Tagged: Kitty Hawk

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2016: The Outer Banks Year in Review

We’re more than a week into the year 2017, which gives us a little time to think back over 2016—including what has been accomplished, plus moments of joy, surprise and a few times of...

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OBX Snow Day for the Corolla Wild Horses

The first flakes of snow don’t appear until three or four miles north of Duck. Before those earliest floating white pieces of frozen water, the drive north from Kitty Hawk is a dreary ride...

The Grandest of Grand Prize winners—Prince of Canned Goods. Chef Brian Hardison in Black and Frank Griffs, sous chef of the Jolly Roger. 0

Outer Banks Chefs Rise to the Challenge

If the 3rd Annual Holiday Chefs Challenge at the Hilton Garden Inn Thursday night proved nothing else, Outer Banks chefs can take even the most common day-to-day foods and create something memorable. The Chefs...

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In the Wink of an Eye

There’s a shallow cardboard box behind the counter of Wink’s in Kitty Hawk that’s filled with old keys. Most are still attached to key chains marked with numbers or family surnames. One advertises a...

Along the multi-use path parallel to Kitty Hawk Bay. Thats Daniel Cartin from Middletown, RI waving to the camera. 0

OBX Marathon Weekend-Something for Everyone

New York may have its five boroughs marathon, but the Outer Banks has its four towns race. For the past ten years the Outer Banks Marathon has featured a course winding through the towns...

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OBX Pride Shows at School Carnival

The pride the Outer Banks takes in its schools is easy to take for granted, but that pride is one of the main reasons Dare County schools and students consistently perform so well. All...

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Horrible Hermine & the OBX

It looks as though the Outer Banks is going to be dealing with the lingering effects of Tropical Storm Hermine through today and into tomorrow. And depending on what happens when as it heads...

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Kitty Hawk Votes to Continue Nourishment

A troubled and divided Kitty Hawk Town Council voted 4 to 1 to continue to participate in the Dare County Intralocal beach nourishment project after bids on the venture came in higher than forecast....

Growth of renewable energy resources 1950-2015. The yellow is solar energy. Source, NCSEA. 0

NC Leads in Alternate Energy

With a brisk north wind turning the wind turbines that help power Jennette’s Pier in Nags Head, the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce hosted an Energy Forum Luncheon on Thursday. Sponsored by SAGA Construction...