Where are the Food Trucks?

By CATHERINE KOZAK Food trucks can now operate in unincorporated Dare County, but potential owners are hardly storming the gates to take advantage of the new opportunity. Despite mostly positive responses and expressed interest from some entrepreneurs at public meetings held earlier this year, no one has yet come forward to seek a permit, says […]

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$10.35 Million Settlement for 2017 Outage Receives Preliminary Approval

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina overseeing the class action filed against PCL Civil Constructors, Inc. and PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc. (collectively PCL) granted preliminary approval to a $10.35 million settlement to compensate businesses, vacationers, and residents of the Ocracoke and Hatteras Islands who were affected by the power outage […]

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Hundreds Enjoy Ocracoke’s First Waterfowl Festival Reprinted from the Ocracoke Observer

Reprinted from the Ocracoke Observer Reprinted from the Ocracoke Observer Reprinted from the Ocracoke Observer An unbelievable amount of talent was on display at the first annual Ocracoke Waterfowl Festival April 21. That was the observation of Frank and Barbara Davide of Little Egg Harbor, N.J. “It’s a great show,” Frank said, noting that while […]

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International Travels:  A CHSS Student’s Spring Break Experience

First, we flew to Germany, then Switzerland, and then Austria. In Germany, we visited the Heidelberg Castle, which was beautiful and had a quite magnificent view, as well as Neuschwanstein, which is one of the most visited castles in Europe and which was the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. We also went to many […]

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