Coastal Review Online Making the project even sweeter is the fact that the town will be getting financial assistance in the form of a Section 319 grant, federal funds distributed by the North Carolina Division of Environmental Quality. “We've just...
8/10/2017
Jacksonville Daily News Offshore drilling: The board adopted a resolution opposing offshore drilling and related seismic blasting off the North Carolina coast. The item was added to the agenda to allow for the town's position to be submitted to the...
8/9/2017
Area hunters support new law that expands Sunday hunting opportunities in NC . A new law that expands Sunday hunting opportunities in North Carolina won't benefit Mocksville resident Curtis Miller as much as other hunters but he supports the choice to...
8/5/2017
Surviving are daughters Ruby Twyman, Graham, Missouri and Cathi Peter (Billy Hager), Maryville; sons Charlie Standiford Jr, Ravenwood, David (Michelle) Standiford, Swansboro , North Carolina and Clyde Standiford, Graham; sisters Lois Cox,...
8/1/2017
CEDAR POINT | An area community has seen what started as a citizen appreciation day grow into an annual festival. CedarFest 2017 will be held Saturday, July 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 301 Masonic Ave. in Cedar Point and will include a day...
7/27/2017
“Most of our visitors come from Cedar Point, Swansboro , Cape Carteret, Stella and Newport – fairly close by – but we also get some from Morehead City and Jacksonville and Hubert.” The idea isn't to make CedarFest a mini-N.C. Seafood Festival, but to...
7/27/2017
Carolinacoastonline For the second time in recent weeks, Commissioner John Lister has asked the Swansboro Board of Commissioners to add its voice to opponents of opening up the North Carolina coast to oil and gas exploration and drilling. Most...
7/26/2017