The story of Buffalo City, once the largest community in Dare County around the turn of the 19th century, is a colorful one of a mill town and moonshiners that continues to live on.
Author: Lindsey Beasley Dianna
You might liken Charles Hardy and his mates to a band of saltwater cowboys—free-spirited, free diving spear fishermen who head miles out to sea so they can dive down and hunt for fish around abandoned naval towers and deserted wrecks.
Just over five square miles, Colington has been home to many significant historic “firsts” and has had many incarnations—not to mention many names—since the days it was inhabited by Native Americans.
From triathletes, surfers and jiu-jitsu fighters to body builders and ultra marathoners, women athletes who live, work, play and train on the Outer Banks are strong in body, mind, and spirit. Not to mention, these women really kick ass.
By Kip Tabb Photos By John McCord It took a bright green dye dumped into the ocean to capture the public’s attention and illustrate what a rip current looks like and how powerful...
On both sides of the Currituck Sound, young business owners are breathing new life into areas already rich with history and culture, building on the charm that exists to deliver the best of both worlds. Meet some of the many young entrepreneurs who are shaking things up for the better in Currituck County.