News Briefs

  • DMF’s CARES Act Spending Plan Approved

    N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries’ spending plan for federal coronavirus fisheries assistance has been approved by NOAA Fisheries and is waiting for notification from the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission that the $5.4 million has been awarded.

  • Bicycle, Pedestrian Safety Program Kicks Off

    NCDOT is kicking off its 2020 bicycle and pedestrian safety campaign in several communities, including the Outer Banks, Wilmington, Beaufort, Greenville, New Bern Pine, Knoll Shores and Washington.

  • Webinar Sept. 23 on New Resilience Grants

    State Division of Coastal Management staff are set to host a webinar on a grant funding opportunity for resiliency projects by local governments in North Carolina’s coastal counties.

  • New Hanover Seeks UDO Update Input

    New Hanover County Planning and Land Use Department is looking for feedback by Sept. 18 on the final of three phases of the development code update.

  • Currituck-Knotts Island Ferry to Resume

    The North Carolina Department of Transportation Ferry Division plans to resume service of the Currituck-Knotts Island Ferry Wednesday, pending a U.S. Coast Guard inspection.

  • Marine Fisheries Commission Seeks Advisers

    The North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission is looking for commercial and recreational fishermen, scientists, and other interested parties to serve on various fisheries advisory committees.