CURRITUCK — A proposal to charge non-residents of Currituck fees to park on the county’s northern beaches will require a second positive vote before it can take effect.
CURRITUCK — Currituck school officials are hoping a new committee will come up with ideas for stopping bullying in the county schools.
CURRITUCK — The Currituck Board of Education is taking its case for restoring a career and technical education track in North Carolina public schools to both state and federal officials, including President Donald Trump.
BARCO — The head of a Florida-based educational consulting firm hired by Currituck County to review the county schools’ finances and operations unveiled a number of recommendations Thursday that she said could reduce county spending on the schools by $3.4 million over a five-year period.
CURRITUCK — Currituck commissioners don’t plan to wade into the debate over whether drilling for oil and gas should be allowed off North Carolina’s coast — despite several commissioners’ deep concerns about the potential harm to the county’s economy should a major offshore drilling accident occur.
CURRITUCK — There’s a $1.7 million gap between what Currituck County officials appropriated last year for the county schools and what a draft financial review of the school district says the district spends on local school funding, a review of both the county’s website and the review document shows.
CURRITUCK — A former Currituck man has begun serving a 75-day sentence at Currituck Detention Center following his conviction earlier this week on misdemeanor charges in the death of a pedestrian on the Currituck Outer Banks more than three years ago.
CURRITUCK — Currituck County residents and property owners will be exempt from beach-parking fees the county plans to impose in the county’s off-road area, the county manager says.
CURRITUCK – Officials here are considering whether to change the job duties of the Currituck County Regional Airport manager or to eliminate the position, following retirement of the facility’s manager last month.
CURRITUCK — If you drive on Currituck County’s northern beaches and want to park, get ready to begin paying for the privilege starting May 1.