Statewide Rallies are Being Planned Against Offshore Drilling After Injunction Against Seismic Surveys is Filed

A nonprofit environmental law firm representing 16 South Carolina coastal communities and small businesses filed a motion for a preliminary injunction on Wednesday, Feb. 21, to block seismic surveys from beginning in the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf until a separate lawsuit is resolved. In the interim, a number of upcoming pop-up rallies are being planned […] Local News |  Full Article

Veron Davis Dawson

Vernon Davis Dawson of Occoquan, VA, passed away Wednesday, February 27, 2019. Affectionately known as “Pop, Poppie and Grandad” to his grandchildren and great grandchildren, Vernon was born January 12, 1929, in Occoquan, VA, to the late Ethel Lynn Wigglesworth Dawson and Wallace Lindsay Dawson. He is preceded in death by his wife Hazel Wilkins […] Obituaries |  Full Article

Elizabeth Marie Paulsen

KILL DEVIL HILLS — Elizabeth Marie Paulsen, 67, (also known as “Betsey” or “Boegy” due to her maiden name Boegershausen by her oldest and dearest friends from her younger years in NJ and Philly) passed on Wednesday February 27, 2019. She is survived by her children, Mike Prior, Rebekah Paulsen, Jonathan Paulsen and Jack Ambler; […] Obituaries |  Full Article

Lady Canes Fall to RHS Knights in Second Round of Tournament, but Celebrate Another Phenomenal Season

Photos by Don Bowers Spirited signs lined the walkway to the Cape Hatteras Secondary School (CHSS) gym on Thursday night in support of the Lady Canes basketball team, who were competing in the second round of the NC 1A State Tournament. Upon entering the crowded gym of excited fans, enthusiastic cheers exploded from both sides […] Local News |  Full Article