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Deborah Mennicucci, the caretaker of the mailbox, said they were found at the flagpole at the Liilian Street beach access by Kitty Hawk's director of public works, Willie Midgett. He took them to her house and she returned them to the memorial.

6/23/2018 2:02:57 PM

When the temperatures outside start rising, I start cooling off with light, bright, and refreshing salads, and nothing cools like a cucumber. A cool cucumber is the perfect foil for hot weather and hot food.

6/23/2018 6:55:48 AM

The free, family-friendly event will feature international, regional and local surf film screenings at various venues on the Outer Banks from Sept. 20 through 22. Submission is free and the deadline is July 1 at midnight.

6/23/2018 6:33:31 AM

Currituck County is accepting applications from county residents who would like to serve on the new seven-member Veterans Advisory Board. The body will serve as a liaison between the community and government agencies

6/23/2018 6:27:18 AM

The exhibit, presented by DCAC, debuts new paintings by Baltimore-based artists Elena Johnston and William Cashion, (the bassist and co-founder of the band Future Islands), along with new works by Outer Banks artist Travis Fowler.

6/23/2018 6:19:43 AM

The Outer Banks Association of REALTORS recently announced the hiring of Willo Kelly as the group's new Chief Executive Officer. In the near term, she is continuing to oversee OBAR’s government affairs program.

6/23/2018 6:17:01 AM

Several hundred onlookers cheered as nine sea turtles rehabilitated at the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation Center were released back to the ocean at Coquina Beach on Hatteras Island.

6/23/2018 6:00:08 AM

Before voting to approve its annual budget, Currituck commissioners heard from Corolla residents who objected to some aspects of the county's use of occupancy tax revenue.

6/22/2018 6:07:00 PM

She was born April 7, 1955, to Marian “Patsy” Tillett and Omie Jennings Tillett. Dolly had many talents, including sewing, singing, quilting, and painting. She worked as a computer programmer for Sprint.

6/22/2018 6:00:45 PM

Milton loved to tell a good story bringing the past to life. He had a wonderful sense of humor. Still an active, youthful gentleman at 98, he will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

6/22/2018 5:54:43 PM