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VIDEO: This Week on the Outer Banks – Ocrafolk Festival, Duck Cup sailing races, Beach Food Pantry

June 4th, 2022  · OBX Life
VIDEO: This Week on the Outer Banks – Ocrafolk Festival, Duck Cup sailing races, Beach Food Pantry

Each week during the summer, Twiddy & Co. Brand Ambassador Edward Ponton highlights a local business or group that we love as well as what else is happening “This Week on the Outer Banks”. The latest episode features the Beach Food Pantry. For details about weekly events, music venues and more about what’s happening this…Read More from VIDEO: This Week on the Outer Banks – Ocrafolk Festival, Duck Cup sailing races, Beach Food Pantry

Dare reentry permits now available for businesses, non-resident property owners and residents

June 2nd, 2022  · GOV
Dare reentry permits now available for businesses, non-resident property owners and residents

Dare County Emergency Management encourages all Dare County residents, non-resident property owners and business owners to obtain their permit as soon as possible now that hurricane season is underway. To enter Dare County following a mandatory evacuation, individuals must present a current and valid reentry permit—expired reentry permits from previous years will not be accepted. Reentry permits, which…Read More from Dare reentry permits now available for businesses, non-resident property owners and residents

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OBX Life June 4th, 2022

VIDEO: This Week on the Outer Banks – Ocrafolk Festival, Duck Cup sailing races, Beach Food Pantry

Each week during the summer, Twiddy & Co. Brand Ambassador Edward Ponton highlights a local business or group that we love as well as what else is happening “This Week on the Outer Banks”. The latest episode features the Beach Food Pantry. For details about weekly events, music venues and more about what’s happening this…Read More from VIDEO: This Week on the Outer Banks – Ocrafolk Festival, Duck Cup sailing races, Beach Food Pantry

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GOV June 2nd, 2022

Dare reentry permits now available for businesses, non-resident property owners and residents

Dare County Emergency Management encourages all Dare County residents, non-resident property owners and business owners to obtain their permit as soon as possible now that hurricane season is underway. To enter Dare County following a mandatory evacuation, individuals must present a current and valid reentry permit—expired reentry permits from previous years will not be accepted. Reentry permits, which…Read More from Dare reentry permits now available for businesses, non-resident property owners and residents