Our Coast

  • Chamber Class Joins Marine Debris Cleanup

    An annual leadership program of the Carteret County Chamber of Commerce recently wrapped up for 2019, after giving participants a lasting, hands-on lesson in coastal restoration.

  • Group to Honor Etheridge, Life-Saving Crew

    The Pea Island Preservation Society is set to present “Freedmen, Surfmen, Heroes: The Unique Story of Richard Etheridge and the Pea Island Life-Savers,” Saturday on Roanoke Island and in Duck.

  • Festival to Celebrate Waterfowl, Seafood

    The inaugural Hatteras Village Waterfowl Festival set for later this month is to be a celebration of Hatteras water birds that also showcases local seafood, decoy collectors and bird carvers.

  • Retired Outer Banks Historian Tells His Story

    Doug Stover, who recently retired from his position as cultural historian with Cape Hatteras National Seashore, is now a consultant for the United Nations reviewing protection of world heritage sites.

  • New Year’s Food for Good Luck

    Our Liz Biro takes a look back at her “Our Coast’s Food” recipes and presents an entire menu of good luck dishes for New Year’s Day.

  • Our Coast’s Food: Christmas Sausage Balls

    Our Liz Biro writes that when it comes to holiday nibbles in North Carolina, nothing beats sausage balls — mini-meatball morsels of pork and cheddar cheese — but proper preparation is key.