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Karen Ruth Young Phillips of Manteo, Jan. 25  The Outer Banks Voice

Karen Ruth Young Phillips, 75, of Manteo, NC died Friday, January 25, 2019, at Peak Resources – Outer Banks. Born in Massillon, OH on July 18, 1943, she ...



A look back at 2018, part two | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

June – Continuing our look at 2018 events, June, the beginning of the summer vacation season, proved an ideal time for a Duck Town Park ribbon cutting ...



Manteo wins basketball openers | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

Manteo High School opened its 2018-19 basketball season November 28 with two non-conference varsity team wins over visiting Cape Hatteras.



Congratulations Class of 2018 | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

Schools in Dare, Currituck, Tyrrell and Hyde counties celebrated recently high school commencements with the time-honored tradition of tassels turned and ...



Annual licenses for dogs are required in Kill Devil Hills  The Outer Banks Voice

If you live in Kill Devil Hills, annual dog licenses are required for each canine over 4 months old that you own, renewable in January. The cost of a KDH dog ...



Redskins soccer rolled over John A. Holmes | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

The Manteo High School varsity Redskins soccer team rolled over John A. Holmes Monday night defeating the Edenton Aces 8-0 to finish its conference ...



Manteo to kick off season with tree-lighting, Christmas parade  The Outer Banks Voice

Manteo kicks off the Christmas season Friday, Nov. 30 with a tree-lighting and arrival of Santa Claus, followed by the annual holiday parade on Saturday, Dec. 1.



Mariah Violet Moore of Manns Harbor, Dec. 11  The Outer Banks Voice

On December 11, 2018, heaven welcomed a young kindred soul. Mariah Violet Moore, 22 of Manns Harbor suddenly and unexpectedly passed away in Martin ...



Randell Eugene “Joe” Holmes of Manteo, Aug. 16  The Outer Banks Voice

Randell Eugene “Joe” Holmes, 85, of Manteo, NC passed away peacefully Thursday, August 16, 2018, surrounded by his family. A native of East Lake, he was ...



Jack Reyburn Burrus of Manteo, Sept. 4  The Outer Banks Voice

Jack Reyburn Burrus, 82, a native of Manteo, NC passed peacefully Tuesday, September 4, 2018, at Duke University Hospitals surrounded by his loved ones.



Nicholas “Nick” Gregory MacDonald of Kill Devil Hills, Dec. 9  The Outer Banks Voice

Nicholas “Nick” Gregory MacDonald, 33, of Kill Devil Hills, NC passed away Sunday, December 9, 2018, at his home. Born in Virginia Beach, VA on August 21, ...



Marie “Beeper” Annette York Frees of Manteo, Oct. 12  The Outer Banks Voice

Marie “Beeper” Annette York Frees, 58, of Manteo, NC died Friday, October 12, 2018. Born in Edenton, NC on August 12, 1960, she was the daughter of Mary ...



Longtime Dare County Schools administrator Trip Hobbs, May 7  The Outer Banks Voice

Gelon S. “Trip” Hobbs III, chief operations officer for Dare County Schools, passed away on May 7 in Chapel Hill. Hobbs moved to the Outer Banks in 1997, ...



Student population has grown in Dare | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

Four weeks after the opening of Dare County Schools, 5,162 students were counted in classrooms in the county's five elementary schools, two middle schools, ...



Former Manteo teacher indicted on sex offense charge  WAVY-TV

A former Manteo High School teacher is facing a sex offense charge in an alleged 2015 incident.



The Roanoke Island Garden Club starts decorating for the season | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

The Roanoke Island Garden Club is inviting the public to join club members at the Maritime Boat Museum on Saturday, November 24 at 9 a.m. to assemble ...



Soundside surge, tropical storm winds possible from Michael  The Outer Banks Voice

After plowing across the Florida Panhandle and into south Georgia, Hurricane Michael will sprint into North Carolina on Thursday with tropical storm force winds ...



Outer Banks under tropical storm warning ahead of Michael  The Outer Banks Voice

Tropical storm conditions are possible across the region starting Thursday evening as major Hurricane Michael will still be generating strong winds and heavy ...



Manteo couple establishes fund to send Gold Star kids to camp  The Outer Banks Voice

A new fund established by Fin and Nancy Gaddy of Manteo with the North Carolina Community Foundation will enable American children who have lost a ...



Sport Sawyer is the new Manteo High football coach  The Outer Banks Voice

Freddie “Sport” Sawyer has been named the new football coach at Manteo High School, replacing Eddie Twyne who retired at the end of the 2016 season.



Generational leaders face off in race for Manteo mayor  The Outer Banks Voice

Manteo voters will find a race for mayor and competition for three Board of Commissioners seats on the town ballot this year. Eight-year incumbent Mayor Jamie ...



Jason Scott Sadler of Stumpy Point and Nags Head, March 24  The Outer Banks Voice

Captain Jason Scott Sadler, 47, of Stumpy Point and Nags Head, NC died Saturday, March 24, 2018, at Vidant Medical Center. A native of the Outer Banks, ...



Woodard updates 'State of Dare County' at morning gathering  The Outer Banks Voice

Dare County Board of Commissioners Chairman Bob Woodard presented his annual State of the County address before a packed house on Wednesday, ...



Tornado watch posted as Michael sprints across the state  The Outer Banks Voice

After plowing across the Florida Panhandle, Georgia and South Carolina, what was Hurricane Michael is sprinting into North Carolina with tropical storm force ...



Redskins victorious in Saturday's Homecoming game | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

The Manteo Redskins used a potent air assault and speedy running backs to defeat the visiting Camden Bruins by the score of 53 to 13 on Homecoming last ...



Former Manteo High star emerges with new family's help  Washington Times

MANTEO, N.C. (AP) - Canadian Football League all-star Emanuel Davis sat next to the swimming pool on May 10 relaxing with friends and family while a local ...



New film 'Outer' highlights best of Outer Banks surf culture  The Outer Banks Voice

The photography, the interviews, the editing, the theme, everything about Logan Marshall's second film, Outer, shows the touch of a filmmaker who is mastering ...



COA honors recent graduate for his work at Festival Park  The Outer Banks Voice

Arturo Lara was the latest Dare County College of the Albemarle graduate to be honored under the college's COA Alumni Connect Program. Lara is a familiar ...



NC teacher pleads guilty to having sex with student, will serve no jail time  13newsnow.com

A follow up to a 13News Now investigation on Ryan Garrott, who admitted in court he took indecent liberties with a student.



Outer Banks SPCA Pet of the Week: Roxy  The Outer Banks Voice

The Outer Banks SPCA is in Manteo at 1031 Driftwood Drive. Call 252-475-5620, look them up at www.obxspca.org or like them on Facebook. They have many ...



Election 2018: The candidates for NC House District 6  The Outer Banks Voice

Voters are selecting a new member of the N.C. House of Representatives from the redrawn Sixth District this November, after one-term Rep. Beverly Boswell ...



First Flight's Ray Scott retires | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

For more than 14 years, Ray Scott has called the shots for First Flight athletics and under his leadership, the high school's sports programs have flourished, ...



2018 SAT scores for every North Carolina high school | Raleigh  The Herald-Sun

The average score from 2018 for every North Carolina school district and public high school has been posted online. Chapel Hill-Carrboro had the highest ...



Wanted: OBX After Prom Party sponsors, party-goers  The Outer Banks Voice

It's spring, and that heralds the start of Prom Season at high schools across the country. Organizers of Dare County's annual After Prom Party are kicking into ...



Two local premiers on tap for Logan Marshall's latest film  The Outer Banks Voice

Logan Marshall, the Manteo High School rising senior who won the 2017 Carolina Surf Filmmaker of the Year award for his short, “Limitless”, is set to debut his ...



Dare County Wants Public's Input on Potential New Name for Bonner Bridge  Island Free Press

A form is now available online at www.darenc.com that enables citizens to submit recommendations. Click here to access the form. As part of the submission, ...



The Lost Colony to hold local auditions Saturday, Feb. 17  The Outer Banks Voice

Dancers, actors and singers are invited to audition for the 2018 season of The Lost Colony. (Submitted photo). Local residents have long been a part of the ...



Construction alters route of Manteo Christmas Parade  The Outer Banks Voice

Due to construction on Croatan Avenue, the 46th annual Big Little Town Christmas Parade in Manteo will follow an alternate route this Saturday. The parade will ...



7 compete for 4 seats on school board  Hickory Daily Record

Seven candidates are pursuing four seats on the Catawba County School Board.



NC Baseball Coaches Association releases 2018 all-state team  The Charlotte Observer

The N.C. Baseball Coaches Association has named its 2018 all-state baseball team. Seven Mecklenburg County stars and a plethora of Observer-area players ...



DEPUTIES: Teacher Arrested Trying To Break Into Fellow Teacher's Home  WITN

Deputies say a high school teacher was arrested for trying to break in to his co-worker's home. However, the teacher who owned that home had not lived there ...



Guy C. Lee, Kellogg's, Max Radio, Voice team for Florence relief  The Outer Banks Voice

Guy C. Lee Building Materials and Kellogg's Building Supply are teaming up with The Outer Banks Voice and Max Radio of the Carolina's stations to help in the ...



Kitty Hawk council deadline Wednesday | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

With the deadline to be considered for a Kitty Hawk Town Council seat days away, the town has two applications on file. "To date we have received two ...



Suffolk mourns 'Trip' Hobbs - The Suffolk News-Herald  Suffolk News-Herald

English class with Gelon “Trip” Hobbs III was engaging and it was where students developed as writers, former students and colleagues said recently.



Emanuel Davis: On top of that mountain | The Coastland Times  The Coastland Times

When Emanuel Davis signed with the Calgary Stampeders, he said he wanted to be with a team that had a chance to win the Grey Cup. He wanted another shot ...



Anna Elizabeth Brown of Manteo, April 12  The Outer Banks Voice

Miss Anna Elizabeth Brown, 18, of 1014 B Burnside Road, Manteo died Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at her home. Anna was born in Greensboro, NC on October ...



Changes in Dare trash pick-up schedule are under review  The Outer Banks Voice

The Dare County Board of Commissioners held its meeting in November on Monday, and based on the agenda, it had all the appearances of being routine.



'It doesn't really stop me at all': Ms. Wheelchair NC returns to Greenville to encourage rehabilitation patients  Greenville Daily Reflector

Tuesday, October 2, 2018. McKayla Creef is not the first beauty queen to have paid a visit to patients at Vidant Medical Center. But as the 21-year-old made the ...



Several WNC standouts named to NCBCA All-State baseball teams  Asheville Citizen-Times

The North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association released its picks for All-State teams this week, with several WNC standouts finding their names on the list, ...



Kings Mountain man wins blind angler competition  Gaston Gazette

Dale Lieser felt a tugging on his fishing line and began to reel.The Kings Mountain man was competing alongside other blind and visually impaired anglers in ...



Before he was a football all-star, Emanuel Davis had nowhere to go. Then a family took him in  Virginian-Pilot

Canadian Football League all-star Emanuel Davis sat next to the swimming pool Tuesday relaxing with friends and family while a local restaurant catered dinner ...



'Joyful, accomplished' 3rd-grade teacher named Dare's best  The Outer Banks Voice

Dare County Schools has selected a third-grade teacher at Nags Head Elementary School as the District Teacher of the Year. The 2017-18 honoree is Katie ...



Ex-Northeastern football standout William JR Walker commits to Virginia Tech  The Daily Advance

Friday, October 12, 2018. Former Northeastern High School defensive back William JR Walker committed to continue his football career at Virginia Tech.



The Salvation Army needs a few good bell ringers this season  The Outer Banks Voice

The Salvation Army is preparing to kickoff red kettle season, and the organization needs a few good bell ringers. The army's Elizabeth City unit is looking for ...



U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary offers boating safety course  The Outer Banks Voice

A 10-day Boating Skills and Seamanship course offered by The Outer Banks Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla gets under way Friday, March 2. Classes will be held ...



Malcolm Fearing named Dare County Citizen of the Year  The Outer Banks Voice

Malcolm Fearing (right) was presented the Dare County Citizen of the Year Award at Dare Day on Saturday, June 3 by Chairman Bob Woodard of the Dare ...



Veterans Week activities on the Outer Banks resume Friday  The Outer Banks Voice

U.S. Army veteran Michael T. Lewis, left, and Outer Banks Veterans of Foreign Wars Quartermaster Jim Norrell, place a wreath at Nags Head's Armed Forces ...



Meet the candidates who want to join Dare's school board  The Outer Banks Voice

When voters go to the polls for this year's primary elections, they will also be selecting school board members. Posts on the Dare County Board of Education are ...



Room In The Inn homeless shelter soldiers through hard times  The Outer Banks Voice

Room residents shovel a path at The Source Church. Every holiday season millions of us watch one or more versions of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.



First distillery on the OBX set to make bottles of rum  The Outer Banks Voice

Expectations are that the distiller will be ready to commence production in two to three weeks, and first bottlings of the regular and pecan rums will follow eight ...



Heroes & hounds: Calendar featuring firefighters helps local rescues  The Outer Banks Voice

In December, Brenda Parrish visited the Bertie County Animal Shelter, which has no running water and no indoor facilities for the animals it takes in. There she ...



North Hills Sports Hall of Fame to add 5 alumni Sept. 10  Tribune-Review

Five North Hills School District alumni make up the 20th class of inductees to the North Hills Sports Hall of Fame. William Knoch, Class of 1960; Vince Sebal, ...



High Point's Fairview Elementary on shortlist for possible takeover by state Innovative School District  Greensboro News & Record

GREENSBORO — State officials are considering pulling Fairview Elementary in High Point from Guilford County Schools and placing it under new management.



Cape Lookout Lighthouse reopens Friday with free climbing  The Outer Banks Voice

The Cape Lookout Lighthouse on the central N.C. coast will be open this weekend for the first time since Hurricane Florence, and anyone can climb for free ...



Guilford school system sees dip in percent of students passing state tests  Greensboro News & Record

GREENSBORO — The percent of Guilford County Schools students passing state tests dipped slightly last school year, according to results released ...



Another new foal born into herd of Corolla wild horses  The Outer Banks Voice

There was another happy arrival in the herd of Corolla wild horses this past week. The Corolla Beach Music page on Facebook captured the first photos of the ...



Coastal sketch: Marc Basnight, squire of Manteo  The Outer Banks Voice

On a mild December morning, Marc Basnight stood on the shore of his family restaurant, the Lone Cedar Café in Nags Head, showing off the post-hurricane ...



Pilot Jenny Hawk back aloft after frightening crash into sound  The Outer Banks Voice

When Jenny Hawk was young, she dreamed of being on Broadway. Then she thought it would be really cool to be an international spy. But she eventually ...



First Flight women's soccer back in state championship match  The Outer Banks Voice

Ten years after First Flight won its first women's soccer state championship, the Nighthawks are back in the 2A title match after a 4-0 victory over three-time ...



Video: N.C. Air National Guard planes buzz Wright Memorial  The Outer Banks Voice

Earlier this month, we posted photographs of two North Carolina Air National Guard planes making a low altitude pass over the Wright Brothers National ...



Schuster wins Drive, Chip & Putt national title at Augusta  The Outer Banks Voice

Katherine Schuster added to her amazing resume Sunday, as the 14-year-old from Kill Devil Hills sank a 30-foot putt on the storied 18th green to win the Drive ...



The Lost Colony celebrates 80 years and is still a must see  The Outer Banks Voice

Dancing at the the market. Below, Chief Wanchese confronts John White. Background, Capt. Ananias Dare and Chief Manteo. (Kip Tabb). The fate of the Lost ...



New efforts underway to save Salvo Day Use Area Cemetery  The Outer Banks Voice

Because of a collaboration among Hatteras Island groups and local, state and federal governments, the Salvo Cemetery will be protected from storm-tossed ...



Raleigh officer D.C. Twiddy’s beat one of drugs, traffic stops  News & Observer

For work as a street cop, D.C. Twiddy's school days laid a strong foundation for the path he chose. At Manteo High School, he was a wrestler. At N.C. State ...



Dare commissioners want to hear views on COA development  The Outer Banks Voice

As College of The Albemarle plans for future development of the Dare County campus, the Dare County Board of Commissioners set aside time at Monday's ...



First Nags Head Farmer's Market opens to rave reviews  The Outer Banks Voice

Nags Head's first Farmer's Market was held on June 14 at Dowdy Park, and by all accounts, it was a big success. According to Paige Griffin, Nags Head's events ...



Companies trying to get another insurance rate hike in N.C.  The Outer Banks Voice

Homeowners across much of eastern North Carolina are once again facing a possible double-digit rate hike for insurance policies, and the disparity betwee the ...



Ervin Bateman to run for Dems nomination for Dare BOC  The Outer Banks Voice

Ervin Bateman of Kitty Hawk has announced he will seek the Democratic Party's nomination for an At-Large seat on the Dare County Board of Commissioners.



Dare 12U softball run at World Series comes to end  The Outer Banks Voice

After rallying from a 5-1 first inning deficit, Dare County's trip to the Babe Ruth Softball 12U World Series in Florida came to an end Friday evening with a 7-6 loss ...



Science on the Trail  Duke Today

DURHAM, N.C. — To listen to Destoni Carter from Raleigh's Garner High School, you'd never know she had a phobia of snails. At least until her first ...



Beekeepers Guild announces winners of annual honey contest  The Outer Banks Voice

Judges Joey Russo (left) and Rick Coor with Judge's Choice winners Mick Harris, Steve Ryan and Virgil Lanning, along with judge Paul Newbold. (Submitted ...



Outer Banks Hotline to present 29th annual Festival of Trees  The Outer Banks Voice

Outer Banks Hotline's Festival of Trees returns to the Outer Banks Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1 and 2, at the Ramada Plaza in Kill Devil Hills. Now in its 29th year, ...



Ocean bottom seismometers become work of art  The Outer Banks Voice

These glass hemispheres are struck by a mallet every time there's an earthquake, about 50 times per day. (Christina Lorena Weisner). A College of The ...



Living shorelines, not bulkheads, better solution to erosion  The Outer Banks Voice

Living shorelines and bulkheads (background) both provide erosion control, with different ecological functions for coastal ecosystems. (Rachel Gittman).



Bobby Hanig of Currituck to challenge Rep. Beverly Boswell  The Outer Banks Voice

Currituck County Board of Commissioners Chairman Bobby Hanig of Powells Point filed Monday to run for the Republican nomination to the N.C. House of ...



Old Manns Harbor Bridge closed until Thursday for repairs  The Outer Banks Voice

Repair work will require the North Carolina Department of Transportation to close the William B. Umstead Bridge, locally known as the Old Manns Harbor Bridge, ...



Currituck's Operation Santa Claus accepting applications  The Outer Banks Voice

“Operation Santa Claus” is underway in Currituck County, and residents may apply for Christmas assistance with the county's department of social services ...



County rethinking centralized sewage treatment  The Outer Banks Voice

A longtime policy of preferring septic systems over centralized sewage treatment is getting a second look in Dare County. As part of an update to the land use ...



Run highlights GO FAR fitness program for children  The Outer Banks Voice

A crowd of more than 300 people gathered in front of the Knuckle Up gym in Kitty Hawk for the inaugural OBX GO FAR 5K Bunny Hop and Jelly Bean Fun Run.



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