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  • Most N.C. teachers don’t want to carry firearms
    Survey also shows 25% would like to be armedWhile two-thirds (66 percent) of the almost 22,700 North Carolina educators who responded to a survey from State Superintendent of Public Schools Mark Johnson said they don’t want to carry a firearm…
  • Man arrested after Manteo foot chase
    On March 14, a Dare County Impact Unit was working in the Manteo area and was following up on some complaints about a vehicle parking around the Head Start School selling cocaine. The unit was able to locate the vehicle…
  • At First Flight, tears and a call to action
    Dare students remember victims of Florida school shootingSeveral hundred students gathered in the First Flight High School rotunda on the morning of Wednesday, March 14, some with tear-filled eyes, others motivated to be the voice of change.
  • Alligator River Bridge will be closed to all traffic March 14-20
    Swing-span drawbridge to be repaired, renovated
  • Next round in the drilling fight
    With public comment over, opponents plan strategy
  • Big hike in property insurance rates?
    Willo Kelly hopes to rally OBX owners on issue Second homeowners on the Outer Banks may see a significant hike in dwelling insurance rates under a request made by the North Carolina Rate Bureau, an increase that could be passed…
  • From the Ark to the Navy
    Pastor Jim Lewis leaves Nags Head church for a new missionAttending the Assemblies of God General Council meeting last July in Anaheim, CA, Nags Head's Ark Church Pastor Jim Lewis and two of his sons stopped at a military chaplaincy…