COROLLA — The group that manages the herd of wild horses on the Currituck Outer Banks will be seeking a new leader in 2018 following the resignation of its executive director after only six months on the job.
CURRITUCK — Citing the Knotts Island Volunteer Fire Department’s inconsistent response to fires and other emergencies, a Currituck official said Tuesday the county plans to continue providing fire protection services on Knotts Island for “the foreseeable future.”
CURRITUCK – The pros and cons of the proposed Mid-Currituck Bridge came up at a recent work session about efforts to update Currituck County’s land-usage plan.
POWELLS POINT – Courtney Gallop said she’s keeping her fingers crossed about proposed federal income tax cuts becoming law and, in turn, leaving Americans with more money to spend and causing the national economy to begin rolling again.
CURRITUCK – If you want to drive the off-road Currituck Outer Banks from just past the end of N.C. Highway 12 toward Swan Beach come vacation time, you won't be able to use the beach's lower lane along the Atlantic Ocean.
CURRITUCK — As a county-initiated special audit of the Currituck County Schools gets underway, the chairman of the Board of Education is seeking to reassure the public that school officials have been good stewards of taxpayer funds.
POWELLS POINT – A Currituck couple long active in volunteering their time to the community were among the honorees at last week’s Currituck Chamber of Commerce annual banquet.
CURRITUCK – A 63-year-old Currituck County man is facing multiple charges of felony sexual exploitation of minors, allegedly in connection with distributing and possessing child pornography, court records state.
KNOTTS ISLAND — Officials from the N.C. Fire Marshal’s Office plan to visit Currituck next week to try and help resolve a contract impasse that led the Knotts Island Volunteer Fire Department to abruptly suspend fire services this week, the department’s chief said Friday.