The effort to help area homeowners rebuild the tree population wiped out by hurricanes Bertha and Fran is set for Jan. 14-15 at Independence Mall.
The North Carolina Environmental Management Commission is set to meet Wednesday and Thursday via remote access.
The public hearing is to review the 2022-2023 proposed regulation changes to inland fishing, hunting, trapping, game lands and other regulated activities.
Summer has for the past seven months served as interim director of the N.C. Division of Land and Water Stewardship.
Southern Shores town council is taking some short-term steps to push along the proposed mid-Currituck bridge, which has been the held up in a yearslong legal battle.
The Cherry Branch-Minnesott Beach ferry route will be on an alternate schedule Jan. 6-10 because of COVID-19 exposure and cases among employees.
NCDOT has awarded a $20 million contract for safety and operational improvements to Colington Road in Dare County.
Erika Young has joined North Carolina Sea Grant as the coastal and marine education specialist.
The N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources is celebrating this year its 50th anniversary as a state cabinet-level agency with events and online content.
The League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear plans to host an online presentation on a proposed offshore wind sale in the Wilmington area.
Coastal North Carolina environmental groups are angry that the Environmental Protection Agency’s response to their petition calling for Chemours to pay for health studies of PFAS pollution effectively amounts to no change.
Rep. Pat McElraft announced last week that she will not be running for reelection to the North Carolina General Assembly in 2022.
The three Marine Fisheries Commission advisory committee meetings scheduled for later this month will be held by web conference only.
Dare County commissioners have entered into a contract for beach nourishment projects in Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation was nationally recognized for the Marc Basnight Bridge and completed several projects along the coast in 2021.
North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Elizabeth S. Biser said that NCDEQ is committed to protecting the resources and people of the state.