Air quality officials are continuing their advisory for air pollution in North Carolina on Wednesday as smoke from numerous wildfires blankets the region.
It’s a time-honored tradition on the coast: Thanksgiving dinner with oyster dressing.
Air quality officials have issued an advisory for air pollution in Western North Carolina on Monday and Tuesday as smoke from numerous wildfires blankets the region.
For the first time since the drought of 2008, exceptional drought conditions have moved into Clay and Cherokee counties, the two most western counties in North Carolina.
With wildfires burning across Western North Carolina, state air quality officials are distributing a visibility guide for assessing health risks from smoke due to wildfires.
The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission is looking for commercial and recreational fishermen and scientists to advise it on various fisheries issues.
Officials with the state environmental department are asking for public feedback on draft permits that aim to protect water quality at Duke Energy’s W.H. Weatherspoon Plant.
The state environmental agency will hold a public hearing Thursday, Nov.
The North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission will meet Nov. 16-18 at Hilton Garden Inn, 5353 N. Virginia Dare Trail, Kitty Hawk.
The North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries has certified a new state record cubera snapper and the first state record rainbow runner.