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May 11, 2018

CURRITUCK — Currituck County will not have to pay $39.1 million in civil damages to a Virginia developer who claimed county officials unlawfully denied his property rights, the N.C. Supreme Court ruled Friday. 

The ruling by the state's highest court sided with an opinion by the N.C.…

May 08, 2018

CURRITUCK — A Currituck County Schools committee working to stop bullying in school has formulated a definition of “bullying” for the school district.

The definition developed by an ad hoc committee formed to address bullying in the district defines bullying as “a…

May 03, 2018

CURRITUCK — Currituck Manager Dan Scanlon said this week he plans to retire sometime next year.

Scanlon, who has been Currituck manager since September 2001, told county commissioners at a budget work session on Wednesday he anticipates stepping down sometime between June and December 2019.


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April 27, 2018

CURRITUCK — Michael Campbell gave students at Currituck County High School Wednesday a lot to think about before they decide to drive impaired or text while driving.


April 27, 2018

CURRITUCK — Currituck sheriff’s officials are investigating to determine whether a 25-year-old man died earlier this week from a possible opioid overdose.

Currituck Sheriff Susan Johnson said Friday her office received a call from the family of Austin Jehoich early Monday about a…

April 24, 2018

MOYOCK — Kurt Watson is very interested in finding out what Currituck County leaders have planned for the Moyock community he’s called home the past 16 years.

That’s why Watson, a 52-year-old paint sales representative who works in Chesapeake, Virginia, attended last week’s…

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April 23, 2018

CURRITUCK — Proceeding with a proposal to make Currituck a “unified” city-county government might bring the county an additional $1 million a year in state revenues. However, it also could spark citizen outrage and create political division in some areas of the county, an expert on Currituck’s previous bid for unified government says.


April 20, 2018

CURRITUCK — Just in time for the expected boom in summertime traffic, the eastbound lanes of the Wright Memorial Bridge will be back open next month.

Motorists will be able to use the bridge's two now-closed eastbound lanes starting May 14, N.C. Department of Transportation Division 1…


April 20, 2018

CURRITUCK — The N.C. Department of Transportation’s record of decision spelling out the scope, costs and financing for the long-awaited Mid-Currituck Bridge project won’t be released this month, as agency officials initially hoped.

Instead, the record of decision on the estimated…


April 17, 2018

CURRITUCK — The May 8 Repub­li­can pri­mary for the District 5 seat on the Cur­rituck County Board of Com­mis­sion­ers fea­tures an in­cum­bent seek­ing a third term, a for­mer county com­mis­sioner, and a po­lit­i­cal new­comer mak­ing his first bid for of­fice.

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