A collaborative endeavor is underway to remove abandoned and derelict vessels from coastal NC waterways, part of a larger effort on marine debris.
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Two Sunset Beach property owners have filed an application to appeal a recently modified state permit to dredge South Jinks Creek.
Congressman Greg Murphy says he supports efforts by state legislators and others that could allow long-debated jetties to be built at Oregon Inlet.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation announced Wednesday a new plan for “nature-based” solutions to stormwater-related flooding, water quality issues.
A new plan aims to improve the outdoor visitor experience at the Wright Brothers National Memorial, which has not changed much since 1960.
The North Carolina Press Association recognized Coastal Review Online Friday with nine awards, including four first-place honors.
A month after learning that no federal dollars were appropriated for New Hanover County beach nourishment in the Corps’ 2021 work plan, officials are still pushing for funding.
The Coastal Resources Commission has granted Carolina Beach a variance allowing the seasonal installation of mats that provide beach access for people who use wheelchairs.
A new project to improve water quality in Stump Sound includes a focus on community outreach about options for development that minimize polluted runoff.
Economic uncertainty associated with the coronavirus pandemic clouds what would be a rosy budget outlook, as coastal legislators seek funding for state attractions.
Several efforts are underway to rid the area around Stump Sound of litter, just one aspect of addressing pollution of the state-classified outstanding resource waters.
Legislation filed last week in the North Carolina General Assembly is aimed at getting federal help to extend jetties at Oregon Inlet and build a proposed terminal groin at North Topsail Beach.
Michael Regan, Biden’s nominee to lead the EPA, can likely expect questions on some of the same issues during his confirmation Wednesday as when he was confirmed NCDEQ secretary.
Americans should consume more seafood, less beef and pork, according to the latest federal dietary guide, and the change could also be good for coastal communities.
Planned deepening and widening of Wilmington harbor, the first project subject to a new fast-track federal process, was authorized in December, but the environmental review remains unfunded.
President Biden signed an executive order Wednesday that addresses climate change, environmental justice, protects U.S. lands and waters and pauses on entering into new oil and natural gas leases.