In his presentation entitled “Maritime Indians: The Coastal Algonquians of the Outer Banks,” Dr. Chris Oakley with ECU will highlight his research on the coastal Algonquians native to the region.
The Ferry Division is running an alternate schedule between Cedar Island, Swan Quarter and Ocracoke due to critical shoaling issues in the ferry channel near Ocracoke.
The public can drop in anytime between 5 and 7 p.m. Thursday during the informal open house on plans to replace bridge No. 8 on N.C. 12.
Dr. Chris Oakley will share his research Thursday at The Coastal Studies Institute on coastal Algonquians native to the region in a presentation entitled “Maritime Indians: The Coastal Algonquians of the Outer Banks.”
LeVern Davis Parker shares her family’s boatbuilding legacy in her new book, “Our Family, Its History Their Boats: Six Generations of Boat Builders in Dare County.”
Over the next few years, new paved multiuse paths are to be installed in Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Wright Brothers National Memorial.
NCDOT crews are to begin Monday removing pavement and sandbags from the S-curves, a 2-mile section of road formerly part of N.C. 12.
Community day is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 13, followed by a christening ceremony at 4:30 p.m. at Wanchese Harbor.
Dare County landowners with salt marsh on their property are being asked to compete an online survey by Friday, Oct. 14.
National Park Service officials advise caution while traveling through or using Cape Hatteras National Seashore grounds.
Because of strong winds heavy rains forecast for this weekend, officials are ending the seasonal service and expect other ferry routes to be impacted.
Dr. Reide Corbett is set to discuss beach nourishment on the Outer Banks Thursday at the Coastal Studies Institute, ECU Outer Banks Campus, in Wanchese.
There will be historic games, doll crafting, candle making, blacksmith shop giveaways and other activities the first four Saturdays in October at the 1850s living history site on Roanoke Island.
Officials recommend travelers stay cautious as visitor traffic will remain steady through the fall.
The deadline is 5 p.m. Sept. 30 for towns and counties to apply for a new state-run program that offers funding opportunities for stormwater management projects.
Former Currituck Commissioner Paul O’Neal has been nominated to fill the vacant seat in North Carolina’s 6th House District.