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  • Arts Council plan passes key hurdle
    Courtyard project will expand range of DCAC programsWith approvals in hand, the Dare County Arts Council (DCAC) is set to move forward with plans to revitalize the outdoor space on the west side of its downtown Manteo gallery — creating…
  • Warning about websites claiming to sell fishing licenses
    The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission are reminding the public to beware of private online sites that appear to sell state fishing licenses.
  • The Outer Banks’ Man of Mystery
    Author Joseph Terrell has a way with murderEver since he was a student at Needham Broughton High School in Raleigh, local mystery writer Joseph L.S. Terrell has been putting pen to paper. “I’ve always been hungry for stories,” recalls Terrell,…
  • COA Task Force makes curriculum recommendations
    COA Task Force Chairman and Dare County Commissioner Danny Couch presented the task force's final report on recommendations for curriculum and future building plans for the new COA Dare County Campus to the Dare Commissioners at their June 18 meeting.
  • 'No-Left Turn' trial in Southern Shores this weekend
    This weekend, on June 23 and 24, Southern Shores will implement its trial “No-Left Turn Exercise” as eastbound traffic on Highway 158 will be prohibited from turning left onto South Dogwood Trail from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Southern Shores names Haskett as Deputy Town Manager
    The town of Southern Shores has announced that Town Planner and Code Enforcement Officer Wes Haskett will become the town’s first Deputy Town Manger/Planning Director effective July 1. The job was created by the Southern Shores Town Council, which concurred…
  • Constitution Party fields first slate of candidates
    No Dare residents among its nomineesAfter its June 16 nominating convention in Charlotte, the newly recognized Constitution Party has announced that 10 candidates will run under its banner in the Nov. 6 election. But some of them would be eliminated…