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State Studies LNG Plant at Ports

Topics: Central Coast, Energy, Southeast Coast

A plant to export liquid natural gas could be built at the state ports in Morehead City or Wilmington, according to a report presented recently to the N.C. General Assembly. More >


Oysters Are Good for Business

Topics: Oysters

A two-day conference will stress the importance of oyster restoration projects to the coastal economy. More >


Feds Announce Atlantic Drilling Plan

Topics: Energy

The Obama Administration announced plans to potentially open portions of the Atlantic coast, including offshore North Carolina, to oil and natural gas drilling for the first time in 30 years. More >


Our Coast's Food: Pimento Cheese

Topics: Food

Or "pamena" cheese, as true Southerners might say. The recipe has gotten downright uppity at some restaurants, but this one is a true N.C. classic. More >


Teaming Up for the Lockwood Folly

Topics: Southeast Coast, Stormwater

The N.C. Coastal Federation, Oak Island and volunteers are working to reduce the amount of stormwater runoff polluting the river. More >


Feds Move Closer to Offshore Wind in N.C.

Topics: Energy

The federal government yesterday took the next significant step toward developing commercial wind energy off the N.C. coast by releasing an environmental assessment that supports the potential lease sale for more than 300,000 acres. More >


Investigation Prompts Check-Up for Creek

Topics: Central Coast, Water Quality

Draining a stormwater pond in Swansboro that led to the muddying of a creek has prompted the state to test the creek's overall water quality. More >


Extending Utilities Could Risk Funding

Topics: Southeast Coast

Brunswick County could be cut off from future federal funding if it connects its public utilities to a proposed development in Sunset Beach. More >

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