The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality is investigating a discharge of stormwater at a Duke Energy coal ash facility in Cleveland County.
A meeting of the North Carolina Commercial Fishing Resource Funding Committee has been rescheduled to noon on Jan.
With more than 18 years as a Marine Patrol officer, Jason Walker knows what he wants for those under his command.
The North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries will hold a public hearing on proposed shellfish bottom and water column leases in Carteret County at 6 p.m. on Jan.
The state Marine Fisheries Commission continues to look for commercial and recreational fishermen and scientists to serve on the Blue Crab Fishery Management Plan Advisory Committee, and it is reopening the period for submitting applications.
State environmental officials in the department’s water resources division announced today work has begun on a project that will stabilize the streambank beside the Town of Hookerton’s wastewater treatment plant in Greene County.
State environmental officials renewed coal ash landfill permits at Duke Energy’s Roxboro and Marshall steam stations Tuesday.
A new regulation for eel pots will go into effect Jan. 1.
The regulation requires eel pots to have a minimum mesh size of ½-inch by ½-inch.
RALEIGH - The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality announced today that it has received from Duke Energy all of the permanent alternative water supply plans as required by state law.
A new regulation for shrimp trawl gear will go into effect Jan. 1 for North Carolina’s rivers, creeks and sounds.