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  • Manteo throws support behind Basnight Bridge
    Manteo Town Clerk Becky Breiholz announced that the Manteo Board of Commissioners approved a resolution on Jan. 16 requesting that the new bridge at Oregon Inlet be named after former State Senator Marc Basnight.
  • Park Service announces limited services being resumed
    Restrooms at Whalebone Junction, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and adjacent to the Ocracoke Visitor Center reopened Saturday, Jan. 12, using revenue generated by recreation fees (camping, park entrance and lighthouse climbing fees) at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
  • ‘La Traviata’ comes to Outer Banks stage
    Manteo Native Tshombe Selby featured as male lead
  • ‘It feels like a real community is rallying around this’
    With a huge assist, Port Health sets up shop in HatterasAn orange and yellow surfboard hangs against the wall of Port Health’s Hatteras Village office that officially opened on Jan. 16 along N.C. 12, just a few miles north of…
  • An RX for health care in eastern N.C.
    Vidant Health execs hit State Treasurer’s plan, endorse Medicaid expansionFor people in Dare County, the dominant health care provider is Vidant Health, which, among other things, operates the Outer Banks Hospital in partnership with Chesapeake Regional Healthcare. As its competitor,…
  • Outer Banks had a front row seat to the Blood Moon
    The Outer Banks was a front row seat to a lunar eclipse and a Blood Wolf moon on Jan. 20-21 to those that braved the wind and cold temperatures.
  • Vandalism reported on Cape Hatteras National Seashore
    As the federal government shutdown affects the cleanliness and responsible use of National Parks throughout the country, the Cape Hatteras National Seashore (CHNS) is apparently not immune to spates of vandalism or park violations.