CURRITUCK – A Currituck County man will be sentenced to an active prison term next month following his guilty plea this week to charges connected to the hit-and-run death of a pedestrian on the Currituck Outer Banks more than three years ago.
Peter Thomas Luke, 41, pleaded guilty on Wednesday…
CURRITUCK — The N.C. Court of Appeals last week overturned Currituck County’s denial of a proposed solar farm, agreeing with the farm’s developers who claimed the project should have been allowed to move forward.
CURRITUCK — A Currituck Fire-EMS ambulance transporting a patient to a helicopter landing zone collided with a pickup truck in Currituck County over the weekend, sending three EMS workers and the pickup driver to area hospitals for treatment of minor injuries.
The collision between…
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Students pursuing a college degree may now apply for 2018 scholarship opportunities offered by Currituck County Extension and Community Association.
KNOTTS ISLAND – Currituck County Commissioner Bob White for the first time outlined in detail the county’s side of what went wrong in contract talks with the Knotts Island Volunteer Fire Department.
KNOTTS ISLAND — Currituck County Manager Dan Scanlon told Knotts Island residents this week the county hasn’t settled yet on a final solution for their long-term fire protection.
CURRITUCK – Debbie Slaughter told the Currituck County Commission she doesn't want to see anybody else's house burned down on Knotts Island.
CURRITUCK — Hoping to better explain the county’s goals for fire protection on Knotts Island, Currituck commissioners will hold a town hall meeting for residents of the remote community early next week.
CURRITUCK – A real estate developer wanted to enter an undisturbed buffer so he can upgrade the tree-lined and brush-filled barrier between him and his hog-farming neighbors, but the Currituck County Commission rejected his request in a 5-1 vote at a recent hearing.