Tagged: Kill Devil Hills

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Hairoics Celebrates 25 Years

Jim and Sandy Williams threw a party at Hairoics Friday night—a little bit of wine, some wonderful food from Red Sky Cafe, and an evening of laughter and great conversation. It was all about...

Fireworks over Manteo. 0

Independence Day Celebrations

It looks like there’s a weekend of fireworks and celebrations this year for Independence Day on the Outer Banks. With July 4th falling on Saturday, in Duck and Corolla—areas most heavily impacted by changeover...

Former Commissioner Bill Pitt outlining the history of beach nourishment funding on the Outer Banks 0

Heated Comments at KDH Meeting

At the last public hearing on the Kill Devil Hills 2015-16 budget before a vote is taken on June 24, emotions ran high as some residents questioned the fairness of the formula the commissioners...

The seismic surveying permit process. 0

Surveying the BOEM Permit Process

With a Monday visit from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) at the Kill Devil Hills Ramada Inn, the first phase in the in the permitting process to explore for offshore oil and gas...

Billboard that Not the Answer NC placed on US 64. 0

OBX Group Organizes Against Offshore Drilling

As opposition to proposed offshore drilling for oil or natural gas solidifies, Outer Banks organizations are taking taking steps to have their voices heard. At an organizing meeting held by Not the Answer NC...

Organizing on the beach for a group photo. The signs from Ocracoke were brought out of the closet from the attempt in the 1990s to lease oil/gas sites off North Carolina. 1

OBX Opposition Grows to Offshore Oil & Gas

By Kip Tabb –  As opposition to the proposed leasing of oil sites off the North Carolina coast grows, Outer Banks organizations and residents are finding their voice. At a press conference sponsored by...

BOEM map showing lease areas in blocks and areas considered most likely to yield petroleum resources. 0

OBX-Strong Showing at Norfolk Oil/Gas Lease Meet

  With the announcement that the Federal Government was opening the offshore waters of North Carolina to oil and gas exploration, concerns—and fears—about the environmental impacts oil or gas wells could have, have boiled...

The Ladles crew takes a quick break for a photo shoot. 0

Ladling Out Soup & Dreams at Ladles

 By Kip Tabb –  The concept behind Ladles, the soup and sandwich shop that just opened in Kill Devil Hills, is simple—homemade soup made fresh daily, all sandwiches and salads made to order and...

The Wright Property Management offices in Kitty Hawk will now be the Brindley Beach Vacations offices for Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills and Kitty Hawk. 0

Brindley Beach Buys Wright Property Management

By Kip Tabb – With the acquisition of Wright Property Management in Kitty Hawk by Brindley Beach Vacations, the recent trend of larger Outer Banks property management firms purchasing smaller companies continues. First opening...