Off-Season Osprey Monitoring Project Launches – and the Public’s Help is Needed

Longtime Hatteras Island Wildlife Rehabilitator Lou Browning is undergoing a Hatteras Island-wide project on our local ospreys, and the public’s help is needed to move forward. The project, which will extend throughout the winter, is being orchestrated to accomplish two goals. The first goal is to get a clearer picture of the number of osprey […] Hatteras Features |  Full Article

UPDATE: Strong Winds, Possible Soundside Flooding Forecast for Sunday Night and Monday Morning

Minor soundside flooding is possible and high winds are expected Sunday night through early Monday morning, per the Sunday afternoon briefing from the National Weather Service Newport / Morehead City Office. A low pressure has been strengthening near Cape Hatteras as of late Sunday afternoon. As the low continues to strengthen and move up and […] Local News |  Full Article

State Launches Tool to Track Disaster Work

State Launches Tool to Track Disaster Work Coastal Review Online North Carolina has added a new tool to help the state and citizens track disaster recovery efforts as communities across eastern North Carolina continue to recover from Hurricane Matthew, The North Carolina Department of Information Technology announced Tuesday., a new online resource built by […] Local News |  Full Article

Buxton Beach Nourishment Update

Buxton Beach Nourishment Update The hopper dredge R.N. Weeks returned to Buxton around 9 o’clock this morning and has begun pumping sand. Crews will continue working, moving to the south, as long as the weather and wave heights allow for safe operations. Over the past week, the dredge completed 37 loads (compared to 22 loads […] Local News |  Full Article