The Dare County Sheriff’s Office has been informed of another Scam by mail. On its face, the document appears to be an official document coming from a Dare County entity, which it is not. The letter is missing a lot of the information that an actual notice would have. For example, it only has a phone number and not a mailing address. In addition, it is titled Distraint Warrant, which is not a term used by the IRS, the North Carolina Comptroller of Public Accounts or County Tax Assessors-Collectors in North Carolina. Other telltale signs are the letter does not identify the tax owed or the tax period. If there is ever any doubt about the legitimacy of a notice, please call the IRS directly.
November 28, 2020 | Local News | By: Michelle Wagner | From The: Outer Banks Voice
Citing it as an important resource for teachers with young children as they again teach remotely, the Dare County Schools are offering child care services for employees with children in grades K-8. Any school employee can take advantage of the program and according to DCS Digital Communications Director Keith Parker, there are currently 67 students [...] Local News | Full Article
Dare County released the following COVID-19 update for Friday, November 27, which details the county’s most recent active cases, testing efforts, and additional community information. Controlling the Spread COVID-19 remains a very contagious virus. We have seen an increase in new positive cases in Dare County over the past 3 weeks. Of the 1035 total cases [...] Local News | Full Article