• 73°

Food for Thought holds luncheon meeting, April 10

On Tuesday, April 10, Food for Thought will hold is Ninth Annual Membership Meeting and Luncheon.

John D. Farrelly, superintendent of Dare County Schools, will be the keynote speaker.

The event will be held Tuesday, April 10, 11:30 a.m.to 1:30 p.m. at Pamlico Jack’s, 6708 S. Croatan Hwy., Nags Head.

Anyone interested in attending the meeting, contact Ann Kaplan, (252) 202-3479.

Food for Thought is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that provides healthy non-perishable breakfasts and lunches on the weekends for more than 500 pre-school, elementary, middle and some high school students who meet specific criteria in Dare County. The program operates in Dare County during the school year. Over the years, it has been recognized by a number of prominent organizations throughout the region, state and community.

For more information about contributing or participating, go to the website, foodforthoughobx.org, Facebook under Food for Thought Kitty Hawk or contact Linda White at fftdare@gmail.com.

Crime

North Carolina man sentenced to over 17 years in prison for soliciting minors for photos

News

Opioid settlement: North Carolina’s share could be $750M

News

Cooper moves to end North Carolina’s statewide mask mandate

Crime

Uber driver charged with kidnapping, sexually assaulting customer in North Carolina

News

Convenience store stop for gas, hot dog and scratch-off tickets yields $200,000 prize for North Carolina man

Crime

North Carolina man sentenced to over 17 years in prison for stabbing detention center guard

News

Kitty Hawk trail connector a team effort

News

Former North Carolina Rep. Melanie Goodwin remembered as a trailblazer

Crime

North Carolina man sentenced to 10 years in prison for ammunition charge

Business

COA receives donation from Paul Mann Custom Boats, Inc.

Business

Willie Mae Overton celebrated for 60 years with Elizabeth City hospital

Lifestyles

Dare County holding back to school COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Lifestyles

Christmas in July event coming to Kill Devil Hills

News

Dare County update on COVID-19

Crime

NC court rules magistrate can be sued for damages over misdirected commitment paperwork

News

Bodies of two missing men from reported helicopter crash recovered

News

Coast Guard suspends search for missing men from reported helicopter crash

News

Willets on the water’s edge

Crime

Suspect in North Carolina shooting charged with murder after victim dies

Lifestyles

Auditions set for The Lost Colony’s Virginia Dare baby role

News

Kill Devil Hills recognizes members of community for years of service

News

Dare Planning Board uses new rules

News

North Carolina jobless rate falls for ninth straight month

Crime

North Carolina man charged with murder in woman’s shooting death