Posts Categorized: Outer Banks News
Coyotes roam among us, even in beach neighborhoods By Michelle Wagner on June 19, 2014 A coyote roaming in Nags Head Acres has been caught on camera by a resident two times in recent weeks, reaffirming that these strong swimmers and impressive scavengers now inhabit nearly every town on the Outer Banks from Hatteras to Corolla. Nags… Read more »
Go to Coastal Explorations in Historic Corolla Village and take a sunset tour or rent a kayak and enjoy this gorgeous day.
y Outer Banks Voice on June 8, 2014 Construction of the first solar energy plant in Currituck County has been given the green light by the Board of Commissioners. The solar farm is planned for about 225 acres along N.C. 34 across from Shawboro Elementary School. It could be online sometime next year and generate enough power… Read more »
By Rob Morris on June 5, 2014 The International Sailing Federation’s A-Class catamaran North American championships are set for next week at Roanoke Island. More than 60 boats are entered so far. Competitors will gather on Roanoke Island starting Monday and navigate courses in the Croatan Sound through Saturday. The regatta is being hosted by SailNC. SailNC,… Read more »
First Flight Adventure Park Opens in Nags Head By Abby Stewart | May 23, 20140 Comments The wait is over! After two years in the making, First Flight Adventure Park is opening its doors TODAY to the public as the Outer Banks’ first and only aerial park. The park’s 60-foot tower supports 48 different elements to cross, including… Read more »
By Rob Morris on May 16, 2014 Legislation to authorize buying or making a trade for Oregon Inlet and establish an acquisition fund that could also be used for dredging was introduced this week in the General Assembly. The bill, submitted by Republican Sen. Bill Cook, calls for an appropriation of $15 million to create the Outer Banks Land… Read more »