Posts Tagged: Coronavirus

Kill Devil Hills Moving July 4th Fireworks to Labor Day Weekend

The Kill Devil Hills Board of Commissioners discussed July 4th fireworks at tonight’s town meeting, which took place digitally over Zoom and was streamed live on Facebook, agreeing to reschedule the event (at least...

Dare County Announces 2nd COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing Event

Dare County has partnered with Mako Medical Laboratories, out of Raleigh, to host a second drive-thru COVID-19 testing event in Dare County. The event will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 starting at...

Gov. Cooper Announces Phase 2 of North Carolina Reopening

Governor Roy Cooper announced today details of the “Safer at Home” Phase Two of the reopening of North Carolina, which the will begin at 5:00 p.m. this Friday, May 22, but strongly stressed a...

Dare County Announces COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing

Dare County Department of Health and Human Services Director Dr. Sheila Davies announced today plans for COVID-19 drive-thru testing to begin in the county. In an effort to increase testing for COVID-19 the federal...

Here’s What Visitors to the Outer Banks Need to Know

The Outer Banks will collectively lift all restrictions on entry for visitors starting this weekend, and the Dare County Department of Health and Human Services has provided an updated rundown of all the safety...

22nd Dare County Resident Tests Positive for Covid-19

Dare County Health and Human Services has received a new positive Covid-19 test result, an individual identified as a local Dare resident. It is unclear as of this writing how the person came into...

National Park Service Outer Banks Sites Announce Phased Reopening

The National Park Service announced today details of its first phase of reopening Outer Banks sites, including Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site on Roanoke Island, and...

Kill Devil Hills to Allow Outdoor Dining at Restaurant Parking Lots

Kill Devil Hills Mayor Ben Sproul signed an Emergency Order this week that will allow outdoor dining at restaurant parking lots within the town. Starting in Phase Two of the state’s reopening, which North...

Three More Dare County Residents Test Positive for Covid-19

Dare County Health and Human Services received three new positive Covid-19 test results over this past weekend (May9-10), all of which are local Dare residents who acquired the virus from direct contact. One of...

Nags Head Cancels July 4th, 2020 Fireworks

The Nags Head Board of Commissioners voted this week to cancel the town’s annual July 4th Independence Day fireworks display, adhering to social distancing guidelines due to the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The board...

Outer Banks Reopening for Visitors May 16

Dare County, in coordination with Hyde and Currituck Counties, will lift restrictions on entry for visitors beginning on Saturday, May 16 at 12:01 a.m. This decision follows the announcement by Governor Roy Cooper yesterday...

Gov. Cooper Details Phase 1 of Reopening North Carolina

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has announced details to Phase One of reopening the state, which will begin on Friday, May 8, and will last at least two weeks. In a press conference on...