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COVID-19 outbreak hits North Carolina women’s prison

By Bryan Anderson, Associated Press/Report for America Authorities announced on Monday that 45 inmates tested positive for COVID-19 this past weekend at the North Carolina ... Read more

1 day ago by Associated Press.

lawsuit

Dare settles lawsuit with non-resident property owners

Dare County commissioners agreed unanimously to settle a federal civil lawsuit filed by non-resident property owners denied entry to Dare at beginning of the county’s ... Read more

2 days ago by Mary Helen Goodloe-Murphy.

Great American Outdoors Act addresses maintenance needs for NPS, USFWS

Legislation is moving through the U.S. Congress that will address long-standing maintenance needs of the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as ... Read more

2 days ago by Mary Helen Goodloe-Murphy.

water

Kill Devil Hills water tower now operational

The Town of Kill Devil Hills announced on Monday, June 29 that water is now flowing from the newly installed water tower. The KDH Public ... Read more

2 days ago by Danielle Puleo.

pocosin

Pocosin Lakes WRIA now available

A beautiful view of the sunrise at the Lake Phelps shoreline is quite a sight. The Final Pocosin Lakes NWR Water Resource and Inventory and ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

KINGSTON

Duck Mayor Don Kingston continues role on NCLM Board of Directors

Town of Duck Mayor Don Kingston was sworn in to continued service on the North Carolina League of Municipalities Board of Directors, representing District 1. ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

CHILLI PEPPERS

Outdoor renovations and greenhouse make their way to Chilli Peppers Grill & Pupuseria

Chilli Peppers Grill & Pupuseria, located near milepost 5.5 in Kill Devil Hills, recently updated their outdoor dining area as a response to COVID-19. “Because ... Read more

2 days ago by Danielle Puleo.

BOWLING ALLEYS

Judge rules to let North Carolina bowling alleys reopen

By Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press Dozens of North Carolina bowling alleys closed since March can reopen provided they meet sanitizing and social distancing rules, ... Read more

2 days ago by Associated Press.

covid-19

First COVID-19 related death in Tyrrell County reported

Martin-Tyrrell-Washington District Health (MTW) announced late Monday afternoon that it has received notification from a hospital partner confirming Tyrrell County’s first death associated with COVID-19. ... Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

kill devil hills

Kill Devil Hills addresses tent usage in response to COVID-19

Kill Devil Hills commissioners called their second regular monthly meeting to order on June 29. With no major agenda items to tackle and only two ... Read more

4 days ago by Danielle Puleo.

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