RSS Outer Banks Sentinel

  • Notice of temporary water outage in KDH
    Please be advised the Town of Kill Devil Hills will be performing emergency water system leak repairs at the intersection of Suffolk Street and Franklin Street on October 16, 2018. Residents at the addresses listed below may experience a temporary…
  • NCDOT looking at traffic snarl on Colington
    First Flight commuters face long backupsFaulty timing and sensor loops of the traffic light located at the intersection of Colington Road and Veterans Drive may be the culprit causing the significant traffic backup drivers have been experiencing in the mornings…
  • In District 1 race, it’s Tobin v. Doshier
    In one of the two contested elections for a seat on the seven-person Dare County Board of Commissioners this fall, Democrat Rosemarie Doshier is facing off against incumbent Republican Jim Tobin for the District 1 seat on the board.
  • Storm debris pickup instructions
    The Town of Southern Shores will pick-up property owners’ vegetative yard waste generated by Tropical Storm Michael.
  • LWV candidate forum set for Sunday, Oct. 14
    The League of Women Voters of Dare County is sponsoring a Candidate Forum on Sunday, Oct. 14, at Jennette’s Pier in Nags Head starting at 1 p.m. The first group will be candidates for the Dare County Board of Commissioners.…
  • Bateman and Petera vie for at-large seat
    Perhaps the biggest differences between the two candidates vying for the at-large seat on the Dare County Board of Commissioners — Republican Anne Petera and Democrat Ervin Bateman – lie in their backgrounds and party affiliations.
  • Hanig and Judge compete for N.C. House seat
    There are some notable similarities between the two candidates seeking to represent N.C. House District 6 in November — Democrat Tess Judge and Republican Bobby Hanig.
  • Many roadways closed in KDH
    Damage assessment begins
  • It's time to 'try some new things'
    First Flight Middle School, with new leadership, looks to improveWhile the rest of Dare County’s public schools maintained their previous year’s grade, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s (NCDPI) new 2017-2018 Schools Accountability Report revealed that one local school…
  • Tallying up the Michael toll
    Schools closed, State of Emergency in KDHThe remnants of Hurricane Michael moved through the region quickly, but packed a considerable punch.

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