Cape Hatteras Access Preservation Alliance Celebrates a Milestone in Beach Access

On March 14, the Outer Banks Preservation Association / Cape Hatteras Access Preservation Alliance released a detailed statement honoring the January 20, 2017 milestone of implementing a new ORV Management Rule at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area (Seashore). The well-researched press release outlined both the significance of the milestone itself, and also examined […] Seashore News |  Full Article

Frank James Lorenzo, Jr.

May 21, 1949 ~ March 15, 2017 SALVO – Frank James Lorenzo, Jr., 67, of Brooklyn, N.Y. and Salvo, N.C.took a trip to heaven after fighting numerous cancers.  He leftbehind his wife, Debbie, his adoring daughter Terese; sisters, Teresaand Jacqueline; and brother, Joseph; nieces, nephew, in-laws, cousinsand friends.  He was a Navy vet stationed in […] Obituaries |  Full Article

Federation raises more than $1,800 for Hatteras United Methodist Church’s storm relief efforts

The numbers are in, and the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s 2017 Hatteras Island Oyster Roast raised more than $1,800 for storm relief efforts administered by the Hatteras United Methodist Church. The event, which was held on Feb. 4, drew approximately 400 people, and the event proceeds were $3,756.38 in total. The federation donated 50 percent […] Island Features |  Full Article

Monica M. Hutson

Monica M. Hutson, 44, went home to be with the Lord on March 12, 2017. She was born in Williamsburg, Va. on January 4, 1973. She was currently living in Richmond with her companion, Jacob. She wasan R.N. at Bon Secours, but was currently working, alongside her familydogs, Hope and Marley, in the family business. […] Obituaries |  Full Article

Snow still Possible; Warmer and Stronger Monday / Tuesday Storm to Follow

There is still moderate confidence of an inch or less of snow accumulations across portions of Eastern NC, per the latest 6 a.m. Saturday briefing from the National Weather Service office in Morehead City. Accumulations are expected mainly on elevated surfaces, due to warm ground temperatures and slightly above freezing surface temperatures. A stronger and […] Local News |  Full Article