More from Currituck

  • Decision 2014: Beaumont tapped for Currituck vacancy

    From Staff Reports | July 21, 2014 - 9:44pm

    CURRITUCK — As expected, Currituck’s six Republican county commissioners appointed fellow Republican Paul Beaumont on Monday to serve until a successor is elected this fall to replace Kevin McCord, who resigned from the board last month.

  • Currituck OBX lifeguards to get new leader

    By Cindy Beamon | July 19, 2014 - 6:29pm

    COROLLA — Lifeguards on Currituck’s Outer Banks will have a new leader starting next month.

  • GOP backs Beaumont for vacant board seat

    By Cindy Beamon | July 18, 2014 - 8:30pm

    CURRITUCK — After getting a nod from the Currituck GOP, Paul Beaumont filed this week to run in November’s election for the commissioner’s seat recently vacated by Kevin McCord.

  • Currituck names new tourism chief

    July 14, 2014 - 1:09pm

    CURRITUCK — A Currituck resident and business owner has been named new director of the county’s Travel and Tourism Department.

  • Lost income puts Whalehead in red

    By Cindy Beamon | July 9, 2014 - 9:25pm

    COROLLA — Weddings are usually a big moneymaker at Historic Whalehead in Corolla, but a change in wedding planners last year apparently reversed those results.

  • Currituck Community Park work proceeds

    By Cindy Beamon | July 7, 2014 - 9:21pm

    BARCO — Buses and cars dropping off students at Central Elementary School are likely to be following a new traffic pattern when school reopens in late-summer.

  • Ex-gas station site fuels bullying claims

    By Cindy Beamon | July 6, 2014 - 9:51pm

    CURRITUCK — What does an old gas station in Shawboro have to do with a recent lawsuit in Currituck County?

  • Ruling boosts off-road growth

    By Cindy Beamon | July 2, 2014 - 8:18pm

    CURRITUCK – A challenge to Currituck’s ban on commercial growth in the off-road beaches appears to be headed for another round in court.

  • State highway plan omits highways 158-168

    By Cindy Beamon | June 29, 2014 - 9:51pm

    CURRITUCK — The highway through Currituck to the Outer Banks may be crossed off the state’s list of key corridors in North Carolina.

  • 'Lockdown’: Drill targets shooting response

    By Cindy Beamon | June 28, 2014 - 8:54pm

    MAPLE — The scenario would have been a nightmare — had it been real.

  • McCord leaving board in Currituck

    By Cindy Beamon | June 24, 2014 - 9:00pm

    CURRITUCK — A Currituck County commissioner will be stepping down from both his elective office and his job as a sheriff’s deputy after accepting a position as a court magistrate.

  • Owners of attacked cat ask for dog leash law

    By Cindy Beamon | June 20, 2014 - 9:07pm

    CAMDEN — A Camden couple is asking the county to adopt a leash law after their pet cat was killed by a pack of dogs in their neighborhood.

  • Making the most of the Big Knight: 234 earn diplomas at Currituck

    By Cindy Beamon | June 13, 2014 - 9:43pm

    BARCO — David Boswood was one of Currituck High School’s 234 graduating seniors Friday who learned early that things don’t always turn out as planned.

  • Water hookup proposal concerns farm owners

    By Cindy Beamon | June 11, 2014 - 8:06pm

    CURRITUCK — Some farm owners in northwest Currituck fear their property values will drop if the county adopts a new policy requiring all new subdivisions connect to county water.

  • Grievance filed against EMS director

    By Cindy Beamon | June 9, 2014 - 6:54pm

    CURRITUCK — A formal grievance was filed Monday against Emergency Medical Services Chief Robert Glover, just days after a county probe began into employee complaints about bullying within EMS.

  • Currituck's BOE director retiring from job, not lawsuit

    By Cindy Beamon | June 8, 2014 - 9:25pm

    CURRITUCK — Currituck’s Board of Elections Director Mary Etheridge will stop counting ballots when she retires in August but has no intention to end her battle with the county over a 2012 rezoning decision.

  • Solar Power's Bright Future: COA students build renewable energy lab

    By Corinne Saunders | June 3, 2014 - 9:45pm

    EDENTON — Students in College of The Albemarle’s three-year-old Sustainable Technologies program believe renewable energy — and the technologies used to capture and use it — will become a growing career field.

  • Currituck approves first solar project

    By Cindy Beamon | June 3, 2014 - 9:43pm

    CURRITUCK — A San Francisco-based company could begin harvesting energy from the sun sometime next year following Currituck commissioners’ approval Monday of a permit for the first-ever solar energy project in the county.

  • Currituck's McCord to leave board if hired as magistrate

    By Cindy Beamon | June 2, 2014 - 9:49pm

    CURRITUCK — Currituck Commissioner Kevin McCord has applied for a court magistrate’s position that will force him to step down from the board and resign as a deputy with the Currituck Sheriff’s Department if he gets the job.

  • Lawsuit deal pays Virginia teen $120K

    By Cindy Beamon | June 2, 2014 - 9:49pm

    CURRITUCK – The state of North Carolina has paid a Virginia teenager $120,000 to settle a lawsuit against the Currituck Clerk of Court for alleged “negligent acts” in failing to safeguard an insurance policy left to the girl.

  • New group seeks to run animal shelter

    By Cindy Beamon | June 1, 2014 - 9:51pm

    CURRITUCK — A newly formed nonprofit whose leaders disagree with how the Animal Lovers Assistance League is running Currituck’s Animal Shelter is seeking to take over the duty.

  • Currituck has sights on half-cent cut to tax rate

By Cindy Beamon | May 29, 2014 - 9:41pm

    CURRITUCK — Currituck may shave a half-cent off its property tax rate and cut county spending by 2 percent if a draft budget for the coming year is approved.

  • Pushy peddlers face new rules

    By Cindy Beamon | May 22, 2014 - 9:39pm

    CURRITUCK — Pushy door-to-door salesmen in Currituck County may soon need a permit to peddle their wares.

  • Currituck to investigate EMS complaints

    By Cindy Beamon | May 20, 2014 - 9:38pm

    CURRITUCK — Currituck commissioners agreed Monday night to conduct a study of the county’s Emergency Medical Services agency in response to complaints about a hostile work environment.

  • Currituck notifies 87 of data breach

    By Cindy Beamon | May 19, 2014 - 9:50pm

    CURRITUCK — Currituck’s water department is warning 87 automatic bill-pay customers to check their bank accounts after their financial data was accidentally emailed to the wrong person.