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.
Holden Beach commissioners opted not to purchase a landmark fishing pier offered for sale in the Brunswick County town.
The Southern Environmental Law Center says a state study shows decreased demand for the proposed Mid-Currituck Bridge between the mainland and Corolla, as state transportation officials dispute the group’s claim that the project has been delayed.
Various groups working to meet the needs of Hurricane Matthew’s victims on Hatteras Island have offered a list of items needed.
Gov. Pat McCrory announced Thursday that Hurricane Matthew’s death toll had risen to 22 and urged caution as flood waters continue to rise.
The North Carolina Department of Public Safety reminded residents to “tip and toss” outdoor containers of water to curb mosquito breeding after Hurricane Matthew.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released online resources for use by coastal communities in dealing with marine debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, including high-resolution, aerial shoreline imagery and a response guide.
Onslow County has posted aerial footage showing the condition of the beach and dunes at North Topsail Beach following Hurricane Matthew.
The North Carolina Task Force will hold three public forums as it develops a management for the American alligator.