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  • Moresman wins OBX Marathon, Becker finishes 1st among women
    Bryan Morseman, 33, of Bath, NY, easily captured the Outer Banks Marathon on Nov. 11, completing the course in 2:26:36 and besting his nearest competitor, McDouglas Perez (2:53:10) by more than 26 minutes. Finishing third overall was Dillon Pope, of…
  • Nags Head pedestrian dies after being hit by car
    A 19-year-old man has died after being struck by a vehicle in Nags Head on Thursday evening, Nov. 8. Jovan Jordany Yurnet Matos, of Nags Head, was, according to witnesses, in the southbound lane of South Croatan Highway near Soundside…
  • Steinburg, Hanig win races for N.C. Senate and House
    Bateman and Tobin prevail in Dare Commissioner battles
  • Dare Board switches animal shelter architects
    Opts for firm that designed the Currituck County facilityAfter getting a report from County Manager Bobby Outten, the Dare County Commissioners voted at their Nov. 5 meeting to switch the architects on the $2 million project to build a new…
  • Going where the story takes him
    Chris Hannant is making waves in the film worldGrowing up in Manteo, photographer/filmmaker Chris Hannant had "an amazing childhood" spent enjoying the beauty and small-town charm of the town while exploring and looking for adventure. He says he recognized, at…
  • Emerging Artist honoree needs to keep changing
    Fowler is a mixed media artist with mixed feelings
  • Amid sadness and concern, Stumpy Point P.O. closes
    Residents now worry about zip code changeThe sudden closing of the Stumpy Point Post Office on Oct. 27 has angered some residents, who say they feel that a piece of their tight-knit community has been lost. And, with reports that…
  • Testing her metal
    Cammie Hall is one of DCAC’s ‘Emerging Artists’The Emerging Artists program features four cutting-edge and rising artists in Dare County. Cammie Hall is one of four Outer Banks “Emerging Artists” being honored by the Dare County Arts Council (DCAC) during…
  • Stabbing at party in KDH sends 19-year-old to hospital.
    The Kill Devil Hills Police Department is seeking juvenile petitions against a 15-year-old male for a stabbing incident that occurred at a party on Burns Drive on Nov. 2.
  • Man charged in thefts from Nags Head businesses
    Suspect already in custody from Southern Shores break-inNags Head Police have charged an 18-year-old Kill Devil Hills man on several counts of breaking and entering after he was arrested by Southern Shores police for a similar incident in that town.

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