Attorney General Josh Stein met Monday with North Carolina Coastal Federation members in Pine Knoll Shores to learn more about the work being done to maintain a living shoreline and manage stormwater runoff in the community.
The more than 1,200 who responded to a town survey wanted no development in any part of the 30-acre McLean-Spell Park in Emerald Isle.
“We have an interested party,” owner Mike Stanley said this week.
Since its first surf day in 2016, Adaptive Surf Project of North Carolina has been helping those with disabilities at any age experience the excitement of surfing.
The three-day event features a gala and silent and live auction, golf tournament and 3.2-mile kayak and paddle board race, and barbecue lunch benefiting Hope For The Warriors.
The drop-in meeting is from 4 to 6 p.m. March 24 at town hall.
Atlantic Beach Councilman Danny Navey was approved in a unanimous vote Monday after the resignation of two newly appointed members prior to what was to be their first meeting and the departure of longtime member Larry Baldwin, who resigned Jan. 7.
Historian David Cecelski takes readers to the early days of Salter Path, before paved roads, now flanked with hotels and condos, cut through the Bogue Banks village
Autumn officially started last night, and soon the fishermen of Salter Path will latch their dories to the old tractors and head out to the beach in search of jumping mullet.