Lights Out for Hatteras: The 3rd Annual Starry Nights Event

Hatteras Island is fortunate to have one of the clearest skies in the country, perfect for viewing some of the most amazing wonders of the universe. These world-class nighttime views are not only suitable for stargazing, however, but for encouraging flourishing wildlife populations. Despite having some of the darkest skies on the East Coast, there […]

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New Pea Island Bridge Officially Named the “Captain Richard Etheridge Bridge” at Tuesday Afternoon Dedication

The former patchwork bridge that extended across a small section of Pea Island never had an esteemed name. Built in a hurry after 2011’s Hurricane Irene cut an inlet where a portion of N.C. Highway 12 used to be, the bridge was technically known as the Pea Island Internment Bridge, and was affectionately referred to […]

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Nancy A. Faircloth

FRISCO- Nancy A. Faircloth, age 73 passed peacefully in her home in Frisco,NC on February 19, 2018.  She is survived by a husband, John B.Faircloth.  Nancy was a retired teacher from the Virginia BeachPublic School system. No service is planned at this time. Condolences to the family may be expressed via the online register at […]

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Teamwork and Talent: CHSS Varsity Girls’ Basketball Team Qualifies for States By SARAH ALLMAN

It is no secret that because Hatteras Island is so far off the map geographically, Cape Hatteras Secondary School often struggles to excel athletically. Though, from time to time, teams may have success in the conference, going beyond is often a rarity. While CHSS has produced many talented athletes and teams over the years, few […]

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