Pat Kenney, superintendent at Cape Lookout National Seashore since 2011, was recently selected as the new deputy superintendent of Yellowstone National Park.
A vote on a special assessment of Figure Eight Island property owners to pay for a proposed terminal groin at Rich Inlet has come up short of the number needed for the project to proceed.
The Southern Environmental Law Center has filed a lawsuit against the state transportation secretary, seeking access to emails related to the proposed mid-Currituck bridge.
A conditional-use permit for Clean Energy’s Timbermill Wind proposal in Perquimans County was rejected Monday in a 3-2 vote
The Department of Housing and Urban Development proposed new elevation standards to protect federal buildings from flooding.
The North Carolina Ferry Division’s new Dredge Manteo was used successfully over the weekend to re-open a portion of the Ocracoke-Hatteras ferry channel.
Coastal land conservation leader Janice Allen was recently honored for her work with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the state’s most prestigious service awards.
New Hanover County commissioners tabled on Monday a public hearing and expected vote on proposed zoning ordinance changes that included a new special-use permit for heavy industry.
The Outer Banks Wildlife Shelter will host its 22nd annual Taste of Carteret dinner fundraiser, complete with a silent auction and live music.
The North Carolina Aquarium at Roanoke Island will honor the first all-black crew of the Pea Island Lifesaving Station.
As part of its centennial celebration, N.C. State Parks launched a challenge encouraging residents to explore the state’s natural world.
A camera-trap wildlife survey program hopes to collect information on the state’s wildlife with the help of volunteers.
Walker Golder, deputy director of Audubon North Carolina, has officially been named director of the Atlantic Flyway, a path important to migrating birds.
The most recent estimates of all damage caused by Hurricane Matthew in Currituck County stand at about $2.5 million.
Sunset Beach has set a new date for its meeting to allow the public to comment on dredging plans in the town’s waters, including finger canals and sensitive estuaries.
As the Outer Banks continues to recover from Hurricane Matthew, residents of Hatteras Island now have storm debris removal and other resources to help aid their recovery.