A small wind tower astride N.C. State’s Center for Marine and Science Technology in Morehead City may be a beacon for small-scale renewable energy along the coast.
The first number is what the state paid in 2006 for land near Southport for the now-dead international container port. That second number? That’s the land’s tax value today.
Solar panels are sprouting up all over Camp Lejeune. You can see them in fields, covering parking lots and on the roofs of new base housing, which are far “greener” than most houses outside the gate.
The new North Carolina Maritime Strategy report calls for billions of dollars in transportation improvements and construction at the state’s ports, in order to compete in the import/export business.
Our new annual publication, “Our Coast,” celebrates places along the coast that you can visit this summer that thousands of people fought long and hard to protect.
The deserted beaches, shifting shoals and expansive marshes of Lea-Hutaff Island along the southeast coast make it a needed haven for many bird species.
The Marine Corps Air Station plans to remove a stormwater ditch that dumps untreated runoff into the river and replace a damaged bulkhead with a natural shoreline.
Riverworks at Sturgeon City in Jacksonville is a memorial to how one community pulled together to reverse the devastation caused by years of dumping sewage into Wilson Bay.
A coastal high school jazz band is joining the North Carolina’s legendary Red Clay Ramblers for a concert that is sure to be an audience pleaser.
The Wilmington Home Builders Association and the federation have joined to promote low-impact development methods.
Kayne Darrell and Dr. David Hill believed that they were armed with solid research when they spoke at public meeting against Titan America. The company sued them for slander. Here, they talk here about what it’s like getting sued for speaking your mind.