Tryon Palace and the Craven County Agricultural Center are hosting Sept. 18 a talk on heritage plants of eastern North Carolina and giving a sneak peek of next month’s fall plant sale.
Elizabeth City’s Museum of the Albemarle will be “Celebrating the Banker Ponies” Sept. 11 with the premiere of the film “The Secret of Corolla: The Gift from the Outer Banks,” and book signing with children’s book author, Kelley Grinder Horton.
A lesson plan on maintaining healthy water quality and watersheds, Watershed Wisdom earned a Grand Award from the annual APEX Awards for Excellence.
The Currituck-Knotts Island ferry route will be out of service Wednesday while crews retrieve the M/V James B. Hunt, which has been undergoing routine maintenance.
A federal judge has vacated the Trump administration’s rule that gutted water quality protections put in place during the Obama administration.
The late Sen. Marc Basnight is the topic of Wednesday’s History for Lunch at the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has expanded hunting access for Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge on Knotts Island and other national wildlife refuges.
Tryon Palace will reenact the Stanly-Spaight duel, two political rivals, at 4 p.m. Sept. 4 on the front lawn of the New Bern Academy.
Applications are being accepted for a coastal research fellowship and a team coastal resilience project competition in the Albemarle-Pamlico region.
The Division of Air Quality said Thursday that Chemours is out of compliance with its state permit for exceeding its annual air emissions limit for GenX.
Teachers at Title I public schools can apply for the latest round of Aquarium Scholars mini-grants to help fund field trips to North Carolina Aquariums facilities.
The North Carolina Environmental Management Commission during its Sept. 9 meeting is expected to consider approving for public comment the 2021 draft amendment to the Coastal Habitat Protection Plan.
State highway officials have scheduled a public update on the ongoing Rodanthe “jug handle” bridge project.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Monday the Pfizer vaccine, which county health departments along the coast will continue to provide residents along with the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Since Jan. 1 of this year, the state Department of Transportation’s crews, contractors and volunteers have collected more than 9 million pounds of litter from roadsides.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore welcomed visitors Monday to the new, park-maintained Oregon Inlet Kayak Launch on Bodie Island.