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Tom Hoggard’s NFL MVP Candidates

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Brees makes the list

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Making sense of the shoplifting saga

Making sense of the shoplifting saga

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What does it do to the Big Baller brand?

A very successful Manteo season comes to an end

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The Manteo Redskins ended a terrific rookie season for football Coach Sport Sawyer with a playoff loss to a powerhouse John A. Holmes by a 42-…

‘Hawks still ‘champions’ after title loss

‘Hawks still ‘champions’ after title loss

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Drop championship game 1-0 to Newton-Conover.A championship run often needs a dose of luck to make it happen. This time around, however, First…

First Flight High School edged 1-0 in soccer title game

First Flight High School edged 1-0 in soccer title game

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The First Flight Nighthawks’ bid to defend their state 2A championship in boys’ soccer fell just short as they were defeated by Newton-Conover…

Local swimmers compete in 5-team YMCA meet

Local swimmers compete in 5-team YMCA meet

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About 20 local swimmers from the  OBX Tidal Wave Swim Team competed against four other regional YMCA swim teams at a meet held in ElizabethCit…

Broncos are Football Champs in the 7-9 Division

Broncos are Football Champs in the 7-9 Division

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The Broncos from the 7-9 year-old division in the Dare County Football League were season champs undefeated 6-0.  

The Steelers are Bowl Champions!

The Steelers are Bowl Champions!

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The Steelers from the 10-12 Division in the Dare County Football League were Bowl Champions.  Celebrating with the trophy are:

The Sounders are Season Champs!

The Sounders are Season Champs!

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The Sounders from the 10-12 Boys Dare County Parks and Recreation Soccer League were Season Champs!

Update: Nighthawks win, move on to Saturday championship game

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No. 2 seeded First Flight High School has advanced to the state soccer championship game and will get the opportunity to defend its title agai…

Manteo moves on in football playoffs

Manteo moves on in football playoffs

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First Flight’s season ends after loss. 

Arts & Entertainment

‘Every Christmas Story Ever Told’ opens Dec. 2 in Manteo

‘Every Christmas Story Ever Told’ opens Dec. 2 in Manteo

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Arts Council, Theatre of Dare Team Up for Christmas Comedy

Beachcomber Museum approaches historic move

Beachcomber Museum approaches historic move

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The Outer Banks Beachcomber Museum, 4008 S. Virginia Dare Trail in Nags Head, will host its 15th annual Thanksgiving Open House on Friday, Nov…

Calling all DCAC artists

Calling all DCAC artists

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Artists interested in having their work included in the show can find a prospectus and application at

Local Singers Invited to Perform Messiah

Local Singers Invited to Perform Messiah

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“It’s just not the holidays to me without being a part of the Messiah,” touted one local Outer Banks participant in reference to the annual co…

MHS junior is Carolina Surf Film Maker of the Year

MHS junior is Carolina Surf Film Maker of the Year

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Logan Marshall, a junior at Manteo High School, has won the Carolina Surf Film Maker of the Year 2017 award from the Carolina Surf Film Festiv…

'Looking back' at growing up on the Outer Banks

'Looking back' at growing up on the Outer Banks

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Gary Gard has released his first CD, “Looking Back,” a collection of 10 original songs based on his memories of growing up on the Outer Banks,…

Bryan Cultural Series Presents Noted Dickens Scholar and Lecturer Dr. John Noffsinger

Bryan Cultural Series Presents Noted Dickens Scholar and Lecturer Dr. John Noffsinger

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Be captivated by noted Dickens scholar and lecturer Dr. John Noffsinger when he speaks on “Women in Dickens” at All Saints Episcopal Church in…

Caverly's wooden art pieces on display at UUCOB

Caverly's wooden art pieces on display at UUCOB

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The art of local carpenter/artist Jim Caverly will hang for the months of November and December at the Unitarian Universalist meetinghouse in …

OBX dancers heading to Richmond Ballet

OBX dancers heading to Richmond Ballet

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Six Outer Banks Dance Academy dancers auditioned and were selected to perform in the Richmond Ballet version of The Nutcracker.

First Flight High School's Stage Kraft Productions presents "Pride & Prejudice."

First Flight High School's Stage Kraft Productions presents "Pride & Prejudice."

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This Jane Austen novel is a classic story that is relevant through time.

A passion for jewels and gems

A passion for jewels and gems

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Anna Doll recognized as DCAC ‘Emerging Artist’

Features

Miller is Dare Employee of the Month

Miller is Dare Employee of the Month

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Kelli Miller, Leisure Activities Specialist with the Department of Parks and Recreation Northern Beach Division, is the November 2017 Dare Cou…

Friends of Youth reach out to Harmony Café

Friends of Youth reach out to Harmony Café

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Mentors and youths from the Dare County Friends of Youth mentoring program participated in a small group activity with older adults who are pa…

NHES students experience pioneer life

NHES students experience pioneer life

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The Nags Head Elementary School Literacy Team spearheaded the One School, One Book project. All students and staff read the book ‘Little House…

New FOBHC board members

New FOBHC board members

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The Friends of the Outer Banks History Center recently added three new members to its board of directors. New board members, from left, are Jo…

Chamber welcomes Outer Banks Anglers Club

Chamber welcomes Outer Banks Anglers Club

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The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the Outer Banks Anglers Club. The club was formed for the entertainment and educ…

Aquarium hosting Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive

Aquarium hosting Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive

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The annual Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive is underway at the N.C. Aquarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4.

Fearing, Brady-Daniels receive Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award

Fearing, Brady-Daniels receive Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award

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Lib Fearing and Angie Brady-Daniels, both of Manteo, recently received the state’s highest award - the Order of the Long Leaf Pine award.

1st Annual Dare to Scare 5k & Fun Run Raises Over $3,000

1st Annual Dare to Scare 5k & Fun Run Raises Over $3,000

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The 1st Annual Dare to Scare 5k Race and Fun Run was a huge success raising over $3,000 for the Dare County Center Annual Toy Drive. Over 75 r…

Hatteras schools say goodbye to Wallis

Hatteras schools say goodbye to Wallis

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Cape Hatteras Schools are sending off their maintenance man, Bo Wallis, with lots of well-wishes. He has faithfully served the Hatteras school…

Four Dare employees recognized for years of service

Four Dare employees recognized for years of service

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Four Dare County employees were recognized with a presentation of service pins at the Nov. 6 Dare Board of Commissioners meeting.

Upcoming events

  • Today, November 24, 2017
  • Sunset Grille Breakfast With Santa

    Sunset Grille Breakfast With Santa

    November 24, 2017 from 8  to 11 a.m.

  • Pea Island Bird Walk-every Friday

    Pea Island Bird Walk-every Friday

    Pea Island is for the birds....literally! Over 400 species of birds either live on or migrate through Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.  Whether you're a beginner or an expert, you'll enjoy this casual morning bird walk with our expert bird leaders. Bring your binoculars, scope and camera. Insect spray, hat/sunscreen and water are recommended. Meet at the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center parking lot.

  • Brad Price Art Show on canine portraiture at Duck Town Hall

    Brad Price Art Show on canine portraiture at Duck Town Hall

    Born in Hampton Roads, Brad Price has called the Outer Banks home since 1991. Price began painting in 2007 when he was inspired to pick up a brush to combat the winter doldrums. At a painting workshop, Price discovered he had a talent and passion for this form of art. He quickly learned that painting was not just a winter hobby, but rather a vibrant and satisfying form of self-expression.

  • Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Help our furry friends at the Outer Banks SPCA by giving to the Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island! Donate an individual bag of dry pet food weighing 7+ pounds and receive one free admission that same day! And anyone who donates any pet food item, toy or cleaning product will be entered for a chance to win a painting created by one of our river otters! Other needed donations include towels, blankets, kitty litter, paper towels, cotton balls and peroxide.

  • NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    Experience a whole new adventure as you explore the waters in and around the Outer Banks. Exhibits educate visitors as they journey through coastal freshwater habitats to find river otters, turtles, and American alligators. Conservation efforts can be witnessed first-hand in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center. Wander into a sunken treasure ship as a variety of marine animals swim all around. Touch a stingray, wonder at sea jellies, and marvel at history. Watch sharks cruise by in the 285,000-gallon Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit. Free daily programs as well as fee-based tours and outdoor adventures are offered throughout the year.

  • Poinsettia Week At The Gardens, Nov. 20-25

    Poinsettia Week At The Gardens, Nov. 20-25

    Come see our specialty poinsettias and find the right one for your home this holiday season. And holidays are the best time to visit the gift shop for unique gifts for the season. For info or details, call 252-473-3234 or visit www.elizabethangardens.org.

  • KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    During the holidays, many nursing home residents and shelter pets are overlooked and forgotten. With your help, we can provide some holiday joy and love to our local nursing home residents, as well as to our local shelter pets. The Town of Kill Devil Hills is collecting donations to benefit local nursing home residents and pets in our local shelters. The Town will be collecting donations from 11/14-12/15. Please consider donating to these causes, this holiday season. 

  • Hangin' With Santa

    Hangin' With Santa

    Come spread the holiday cheer with Kitty Hawk Kites and the Jockey’s Ridge Crossing crew. Free visit and pictures with Santa, cocoa and cookies, and a light show with kites on Jockey’s Ridge are just a few of the fun and festive things going on… not to mention all the amazing holiday sales!

  • Meet a Mustang

    Meet a Mustang

    Meet and pet a gentled horse rescued from the wild and learn about the wild horses. Corolla Wild Horse Fund staff and trained volunteers provide interesting information about the history of wild horses and how visitors to the Outer Banks can help save this dying breed. Petting is encouraged and donations are accepted.  Open to the public. No registration required. Fridays 10 am - 1 pm

  • Free Preschool Young Naturalist Program, every Friday

    Free Preschool Young Naturalist Program, every Friday

    Free Preschool Young Naturalist Program

  • Garden To Hearth; Heritage Cooking And Food Preservation

    Garden To Hearth; Heritage Cooking And Food Preservation

    Looking for something to do with the family after Thanksgiving? Come to Island Farm as we interpret fall food traditions and share how Roanoke Island families prepared for winter during the 1850s.

  • Island Farm: A living history, open April - November

    Island Farm: A living history, open April - November

    Ox-drawn wagon rides, hearth cooking, gardening, washday, children’s 19th century games offered and vary daily. Call for details. Admission $8; children ages 5 and under are free. 

  • Hatteras Island Arts And Crafts Show

    Hatteras Island Arts And Crafts Show

    Hatteras Island Arts and Crafts Guild is a 2 day show over Thanksgiving Weekend. There will be over 50 local artist, crafters, photographers, and potters gathered at Cape Hatteras Secondary School.

  • Saturday, November 25, 2017
  • Hatteras​ ​Island​ ​Photography​ ​Workshops

    Hatteras​ ​Island​ ​Photography​ ​Workshops

    Many people have an interest in photography, but don’t know what they need to do to get their skills to the next level. Join Professional Documentary Photographer, Daniel Pullen, for his 2017 Fall Hatteras Island Photography Workshop Series, to find out how!

  • Manteo christmas decorating set for Saturday

    Manteo christmas decorating set for Saturday

    The Roanoke Island Garden Club invites the public to join club members at the Manteo Maritime Museum on Saturday, Nov. 25 at 9 a.m. to decorate sites in downtown Manteo. Attendees are asked to bring garden gloves, cutting tools and greens to supplement the club’s decorations.      

  • 5th Annual OBE Holiday Bazaar

    5th Annual OBE Holiday Bazaar

    Small Business Saturday at the Ramada Plaza Nags Head Oceanfront for the 5th Annual Outer Banks Entrepreneurs Holiday Bazaar. It's the perfect venue to get some Christmas shopping done! Door Prize drawings will be held throughout the day and you do not have to be present to win.

  • Join Dare County RC Flyers

    Join Dare County RC Flyers

    Interested in joining Dare County RC Flyers? 2017 Membership Enrollment is now open! Learn more about our association and special events. Meetings are at the library in KDH just south of and next door to the Senor Baum Center.  If you would like to get info sooner feel free to contact Jim Davis our president >> obxrcpilot@yahoo.com << or use the contact form >> Contact Us <<  Happy Flying!

  • Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Help our furry friends at the Outer Banks SPCA by giving to the Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island! Donate an individual bag of dry pet food weighing 7+ pounds and receive one free admission that same day! And anyone who donates any pet food item, toy or cleaning product will be entered for a chance to win a painting created by one of our river otters! Other needed donations include towels, blankets, kitty litter, paper towels, cotton balls and peroxide.

  • NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    Experience a whole new adventure as you explore the waters in and around the Outer Banks. Exhibits educate visitors as they journey through coastal freshwater habitats to find river otters, turtles, and American alligators. Conservation efforts can be witnessed first-hand in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center. Wander into a sunken treasure ship as a variety of marine animals swim all around. Touch a stingray, wonder at sea jellies, and marvel at history. Watch sharks cruise by in the 285,000-gallon Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit. Free daily programs as well as fee-based tours and outdoor adventures are offered throughout the year.

  • Poinsettia Week At The Gardens, Nov. 20-25

    Poinsettia Week At The Gardens, Nov. 20-25

    Come see our specialty poinsettias and find the right one for your home this holiday season. And holidays are the best time to visit the gift shop for unique gifts for the season. For info or details, call 252-473-3234 or visit www.elizabethangardens.org.

  • KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    During the holidays, many nursing home residents and shelter pets are overlooked and forgotten. With your help, we can provide some holiday joy and love to our local nursing home residents, as well as to our local shelter pets. The Town of Kill Devil Hills is collecting donations to benefit local nursing home residents and pets in our local shelters. The Town will be collecting donations from 11/14-12/15. Please consider donating to these causes, this holiday season. 

  • Garden To Hearth; Heritage Cooking And Food Preservation

    Garden To Hearth; Heritage Cooking And Food Preservation

    Looking for something to do with the family after Thanksgiving? Come to Island Farm as we interpret fall food traditions and share how Roanoke Island families prepared for winter during the 1850s.

  • Island Farm: A living history, open April - November

    Island Farm: A living history, open April - November

    Ox-drawn wagon rides, hearth cooking, gardening, washday, children’s 19th century games offered and vary daily. Call for details. Admission $8; children ages 5 and under are free. 

  • Hatteras Island Arts And Crafts Show

    Hatteras Island Arts And Crafts Show

    Hatteras Island Arts and Crafts Guild is a 2 day show over Thanksgiving Weekend. There will be over 50 local artist, crafters, photographers, and potters gathered at Cape Hatteras Secondary School.

  • Hangin' With Santa

    Hangin' With Santa

    Come spread the holiday cheer with Kitty Hawk Kites and the Jockey’s Ridge Crossing crew. Free visit and pictures with Santa, cocoa and cookies, and a light show with kites on Jockey’s Ridge are just a few of the fun and festive things going on… not to mention all the amazing holiday sales!

  • Kites With Lights

    Kites With Lights

    Enjoy this amazingly unique Christmas light show in the sky featuring giant display kites decked out in the holiday spirit! Warm up with delicious treats at Kitty Hawk Kites, with the proceeds benefiting the Beach Food Pantry.

  • WinterLights at the Elizabethan Gardens

    WinterLights at the Elizabethan Gardens

    The Elizabethan Gardens lights up during the holiday season with its WinterLights display. The gardens transform into an illuminated winter wonderland, complete with thousands of sparkling lights, holiday décor, fantastical displays and a crackling open-air fire on the Great Lawn. Tickets are $11 for adults, $9 for youth ages 6 to 17 and $6 for children five and under. Seasonal passes are also available. Days and times vary.

  • Sunday, November 26, 2017
  • Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Help our furry friends at the Outer Banks SPCA by giving to the Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island! Donate an individual bag of dry pet food weighing 7+ pounds and receive one free admission that same day! And anyone who donates any pet food item, toy or cleaning product will be entered for a chance to win a painting created by one of our river otters! Other needed donations include towels, blankets, kitty litter, paper towels, cotton balls and peroxide.

  • NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    Experience a whole new adventure as you explore the waters in and around the Outer Banks. Exhibits educate visitors as they journey through coastal freshwater habitats to find river otters, turtles, and American alligators. Conservation efforts can be witnessed first-hand in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center. Wander into a sunken treasure ship as a variety of marine animals swim all around. Touch a stingray, wonder at sea jellies, and marvel at history. Watch sharks cruise by in the 285,000-gallon Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit. Free daily programs as well as fee-based tours and outdoor adventures are offered throughout the year.

  • KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    During the holidays, many nursing home residents and shelter pets are overlooked and forgotten. With your help, we can provide some holiday joy and love to our local nursing home residents, as well as to our local shelter pets. The Town of Kill Devil Hills is collecting donations to benefit local nursing home residents and pets in our local shelters. The Town will be collecting donations from 11/14-12/15. Please consider donating to these causes, this holiday season. 

  • Join Dare County RC Flyers

    Join Dare County RC Flyers

    Interested in joining Dare County RC Flyers? 2017 Membership Enrollment is now open! Learn more about our association and special events. Meetings are at the library in KDH just south of and next door to the Senor Baum Center.  If you would like to get info sooner feel free to contact Jim Davis our president >> obxrcpilot@yahoo.com << or use the contact form >> Contact Us <<  Happy Flying!

  • Local Singers Invited to Perform Messiah

    Local Singers Invited to Perform Messiah

    “It’s just not the holidays to me without being a part of the Messiah,” touted one local Outer Banks participant in reference to the annual community performance. Performers and patrons can “Hallelujah!” once again for the performance scheduled for November 26, 4pm at Holy Redeemer by the Sea in Kitty Hawk, NC. John Buford, chorus director at First Flight High & Middle Schools will once again direct the concert.

  • Monday, November 27, 2017
  • NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    Experience a whole new adventure as you explore the waters in and around the Outer Banks. Exhibits educate visitors as they journey through coastal freshwater habitats to find river otters, turtles, and American alligators. Conservation efforts can be witnessed first-hand in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center. Wander into a sunken treasure ship as a variety of marine animals swim all around. Touch a stingray, wonder at sea jellies, and marvel at history. Watch sharks cruise by in the 285,000-gallon Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit. Free daily programs as well as fee-based tours and outdoor adventures are offered throughout the year.

  • Brad Price Art Show on canine portraiture at Duck Town Hall

    Brad Price Art Show on canine portraiture at Duck Town Hall

    Born in Hampton Roads, Brad Price has called the Outer Banks home since 1991. Price began painting in 2007 when he was inspired to pick up a brush to combat the winter doldrums. At a painting workshop, Price discovered he had a talent and passion for this form of art. He quickly learned that painting was not just a winter hobby, but rather a vibrant and satisfying form of self-expression.

  • Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Help our furry friends at the Outer Banks SPCA by giving to the Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island! Donate an individual bag of dry pet food weighing 7+ pounds and receive one free admission that same day! And anyone who donates any pet food item, toy or cleaning product will be entered for a chance to win a painting created by one of our river otters! Other needed donations include towels, blankets, kitty litter, paper towels, cotton balls and peroxide.

  • KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    During the holidays, many nursing home residents and shelter pets are overlooked and forgotten. With your help, we can provide some holiday joy and love to our local nursing home residents, as well as to our local shelter pets. The Town of Kill Devil Hills is collecting donations to benefit local nursing home residents and pets in our local shelters. The Town will be collecting donations from 11/14-12/15. Please consider donating to these causes, this holiday season. 

  • Make A Nautical Wreath!

    Make A Nautical Wreath!

    North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island 

  • Ladies' Night at The Gardens

    Ladies' Night at The Gardens

    Come join us in the Gift Shop and enjoy Champagne and light fare during this casual and fun shopping affair. Accompanied by some welcome surprises designed to rejuvenate and relax you for the holiday season. For info or details, call 252-473-3234 or visit www.elizabethangardens.org

  • Tuesday, November 28, 2017
  • NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island

    Experience a whole new adventure as you explore the waters in and around the Outer Banks. Exhibits educate visitors as they journey through coastal freshwater habitats to find river otters, turtles, and American alligators. Conservation efforts can be witnessed first-hand in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center. Wander into a sunken treasure ship as a variety of marine animals swim all around. Touch a stingray, wonder at sea jellies, and marvel at history. Watch sharks cruise by in the 285,000-gallon Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit. Free daily programs as well as fee-based tours and outdoor adventures are offered throughout the year.

  • Brad Price Art Show on canine portraiture at Duck Town Hall

    Brad Price Art Show on canine portraiture at Duck Town Hall

    Born in Hampton Roads, Brad Price has called the Outer Banks home since 1991. Price began painting in 2007 when he was inspired to pick up a brush to combat the winter doldrums. At a painting workshop, Price discovered he had a talent and passion for this form of art. He quickly learned that painting was not just a winter hobby, but rather a vibrant and satisfying form of self-expression.

  • Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Auarium on Roanoke Island through Jan. 4, 2018

    Help our furry friends at the Outer Banks SPCA by giving to the Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island! Donate an individual bag of dry pet food weighing 7+ pounds and receive one free admission that same day! And anyone who donates any pet food item, toy or cleaning product will be entered for a chance to win a painting created by one of our river otters! Other needed donations include towels, blankets, kitty litter, paper towels, cotton balls and peroxide.

  • KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    KDH Holiday Collection Drive

    During the holidays, many nursing home residents and shelter pets are overlooked and forgotten. With your help, we can provide some holiday joy and love to our local nursing home residents, as well as to our local shelter pets. The Town of Kill Devil Hills is collecting donations to benefit local nursing home residents and pets in our local shelters. The Town will be collecting donations from 11/14-12/15. Please consider donating to these causes, this holiday season. 

  • WinterLights at the Elizabethan Gardens

    WinterLights at the Elizabethan Gardens

    The Elizabethan Gardens lights up during the holiday season with its WinterLights display. The gardens transform into an illuminated winter wonderland, complete with thousands of sparkling lights, holiday décor, fantastical displays and a crackling open-air fire on the Great Lawn. Tickets are $11 for adults, $9 for youth ages 6 to 17 and $6 for children five and under. Seasonal passes are also available. Days and times vary.

More News

“A Community Conversation on the Dare Public Schools”

“A Community Conversation on the Dare Public Schools”

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Tonight: Thursday, Nov. 16 @ 7 p.m. David E. Oaksmith Jr. Auditorium, First Flight High SchoolTake a unique opportunity to learn and talk abou…

Colington youth arrested in vehicle break-ins

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On Nov. 9 Kill Devil Hills Police arrested Colington Harbor resident Skye Bland, a 17-year-old male, in connection with a number of vehicle br…

DHHS, KDH partnering in medication take-back event

DHHS, KDH partnering in medication take-back event

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The Dare County Department of Health & Human Services is partnering with the town of Kill Devil Hills to provide a medication drop box in …

Knotts Island Fire Department suspends fire response

Knotts Island Fire Department suspends fire response

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Currituck County has activated a mutual aid agreement with the city of Virginia Beach after the Knotts Island Volunteer Fire Department (KIVFD…

Children @ Play receives a grant from Currituck-Dare Unrestricted Fund

Children @ Play receives a grant from Currituck-Dare Unrestricted Fund

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Outer Banks Children @ Play Museum was awarded a generous $1000 grant from Currituck-Dare Unrestricted Fund.  The grant will fund “Project Fre…

The butt stops here

The butt stops here

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Nags Head extends smoking ban for town workersNags Head employees will be prohibited from smoking cigarettes or using any type of tobacco prod…

Owens, Bennett and Davies win mayoral elections

Owens, Bennett and Davies win mayoral elections

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Dare voters decide in four towns with contested races

Completion date of Buxton beach project delayed

Completion date of Buxton beach project delayed

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Bad weather cited, commissioners voice frustration

Tourism Board moves to expand Event Site parking

Tourism Board moves to expand Event Site parking

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Plans to buy South Beach Grille property in Nags HeadIn a move that could dramatically increase the parking capacity near the Soundside Event …

Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project accepting applications

Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project accepting applications

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The North Carolina Coastal Federation is accepting applications from commercial watermen to assist in its annual on-the-water Lost Fishing Gea…

Coast Guard medevacs stingray victim

Coast Guard medevacs stingray victim

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A stingray barb led to the Coast Guard medevac of a fisherman aboard the Lady Carolyn on Oct. 31.

Celebrating Veterans in Dare County

Celebrating Veterans in Dare County

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The OBX Veterans Week is a collaborative event on the Outer Banks of North Carolina that celebrates Veterans, active-duty military and their f…

Manteo Board candidates cite police, water quality as top issues

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Four hopefuls vie for three commissioner seats

A prescription for trouble

A prescription for trouble

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Efforts to combat opioid abuse focus on pharma and physicians

Concerns raised about management at Dare Social Services

Concerns raised about management at Dare Social Services

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Midgette case sheds light on internal ‘culture change’In the tight-knit and unique community on Hatteras Island, a number of people say vetera…

FENTANYL: A deadly factor in the heroin epidemic

FENTANYL: A deadly factor in the heroin epidemic

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Report offers tough assessment of Manteo Police Department

Report offers tough assessment of Manteo Police Department

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Calls it ‘in desperate need of an infusion of energy and vision’