Hatteras village revitalizes an old tradition with Christmas Tree Lighting

Dozens of Hatteras community members braved the chilly weather on Tuesday night to revitalize a decades-old tradition, and to celebrate first official lighting of the Hatteras Village Christmas Tree in recent memory. The lighting of the tree in the village center by the Hatteras Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) is a piece of heritage that’s almost […]

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Martha “Mickey” Bonner Baum

WANCHESE — Martha “Mickey” Bonner Baum, 74, of Wanchese, NC died Saturday, November 30, 2019, at her home. A Dare County native, Mickey was born October 15, 1945, to the late Doris Jones Bonner and George Glenn Bonner, Jr. A longtime faithful member of Bethany United Methodist Church, she served her church in a variety […]

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$2,100 Raised for Cancer Foundation at Fessenden Center’s Fit-a-Thon

The Fessenden Center raised $2,100 for the Hatteras Island Cancer Foundation at its recent 3rd Annual Fit-a-Thon which is an event that combines exercise classes, healthy foods, and raffles with a very worthy local cause. The Hatteras Island Cancer Foundation (HICF) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization which provides support for cancer patients and their families […]

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Dorothy Anne Robbins Leckie

MANTEO — Dorothy Anne Robbins Leckie, age 91, of 202 Uppowoc Ave, Manteo, NC, died peacefully in her sleep, Sunday, December 1, 2019. She was born March 26, 1928 in Charlotte, NC to Homer Erwin and Lily Baskerville Robbins, and was a granddaughter of Charlottean Capt. John Gordon Baskerville and his wife Sudie Maglenn Baskerville. […]

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Dr. Marvin A. Law, Jr.

March 20, 1938 – November 30, 2019 MANTEO — Dr. Marvin A. Law, Jr., 81, of Manteo, NC died Saturday, November 30, 2019, at his home. Born in Newberry, South Carolina on March 20, 1938, he was the son of the late Nel and Marvin A. Law, Sr. Dr. Law served his country honorably and […]

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