Guadalupe Benito Loeza Moguel (M) (39), Louisburg, NC Felony Sex Offense Child under 15 years of age. Moguel was arrested by the United States Coast Guard on a boat in U.S. waters off the Texas coast and is in custody. Thank you to the United States Marshals Service and the United States Coast Guard. Justin […] Crime Report | Full Article
KILL DEVIL HILLS — John Richard Hunter, age 70, finished his race of life March 9, 2019 at his home in Kill Devil Hills, NC. John was bon September 23, 1948 to the late James A. and Elizabeth Stroud Hunter in Rock Hill, SC. John was a graduate of Rock Hill High School Class of […] Obituaries | Full Article
A total of twenty-six candidates have filed to compete in a special election for the 3rd Congressional District seat, which is vacant due to the passing of Republican Congressman Walter B. Jones on February 10, 2019. The candidates include 17 Republicans, 6 Democrats, 2 Libertarians and 1 Constitution Party member, and the primary for the […] Local News | Full Article
SALVO — Burtis Bernard Hooper, 85, of Salvo, NC, surrounded by loved ones, peacefully went to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, March 7, 2019.
KITTY HAWK — Merritt A Hooper, Jr., 87, of 3523 Bay Dr., Kitty Hawk, NC passed away peacefully in his home Friday, March 8, 2019, surrounded by friends and family.
The North Carolina General Assembly began their 2019 long session on January 9, and over the course of a month, the 170 members of the two chambers have already considered hundreds of bills. From a bill that would allow teachers to carry firearms and serve as resource officers, to a bill that would designate ice […] Editor’s Blog | Full Article
The Pea Island Preservation Society just finished its annual essay contest for all Dare County 4th graders as a follow-up to presentations that were given around the county earlier in the school year. The winners were announced at each school last Thursday, February 28, in front of their peers with their respective principals, teachers […] Community News | Full Article
The Ocracoke Island community is invited to attend a free public program hosted by the Cape Hatteras National Seashore which explores the history of how the islands played a key role in World War I. The program, entitled “The Enemy in Home Waters: How World War I Came Home to America’s Shores,” is being presented […] Seashore News | Full Article
Results from a state insurance rating inspection conducted in November of the Chicamacomico Banks Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) were recently released, and the department received a stellar “4” rating which could positively impact homeowners’ insurance rates in the Tri-villages. The inspection, formally known as an “evaluation of the fire insurance classification,” is required on a […] Local News | Full Article
At approximately 7:21 p.m. on March 2, the U.S. Coast Guard Station Oregon Inlet received a call from the 44’ ft. fishing vessel 34 Dee notifying the station that they were experiencing issues with their propulsion machinery. A Good Samaritan vessel in the area, the Vendagale, had voluntarily towed the fishing vessel up to […] Local News | Full Article