Keeper James’ Hatteras Weather Bureau and Island Convenience events draw crowds

A recent book signing event at the Island Convenience store in Rodanthe drew a large crowd, with some visitors driving several hours to connect with author and historian “Keeper James” D. Charlet. “Our book signing events at the Island Convenience store in Rodanthe just keep getting better, and the Wednesday, April 12, session was a […]

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Division of Marine Fisheries seeks input on automated system for anchored gill net fishery

The Division of Marine Fisheries is hosting a series of public outreach meetings to provide updates and gather input on the development and implementation of an automated system that will be used to schedule observer trips for the estuarine-anchored gill-net fishery in North Carolina. The Division is working with the N.C. Department of Information Technology […]

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Summit to celebrate oyster work so far, gear up for more

Researchers, managers, growers, harvesters, restaurateurs, restoration practitioners, state legislators, educators and others invested in protecting and restoring the state’s oyster resources will meet in Raleigh to share recent accomplishments and encourage future work. The two-day workshop, “N.C. Oyster Summit: Resilient Coasts for Future Roasts,” and a legislative reception are to take place May 9-10 in […]

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Outer Banks Visitors Bureau will host webinar for industry professionals on summer vacation rental forecast

From Join the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, at 2:30 p.m. for a timely and informative webinar as they delve into the upcoming summer forecast for vacation rentals in Dare County. Whether you’re a seasoned vacation rental professional or new to the industry, this 30-minute webinar will provide valuable insights […]

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New Buxton Museum unveils the Hatteras Island connection in a centuries-old story

A new museum is opening in Buxton that shines a spotlight on an almost forgotten and diluted chapter of American history. Officially opening in a matter of weeks, the “Lost Colony Museum and Gift Shop” unveils Hatteras Island’s role in the familiar story of the early English colonists, through hundreds of artifacts that were recovered […]

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