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17.11.14

Outer Banks NC Scene - News, Events, Activities, November 17, 2014


OBX News, Events, Activities, Monday November 17, 2014


NC real estate firm closed after money vanishes The Virginian-Pilot A Nags Head real estate firm has been shut down after $460,000 in vacation home rental revenue vanished. Dozens of jilted Outer Banks homeowners are looking for ways to get their money, and many of next season's reservations may be in jeopardy.
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The Guardian The Nag's Head: restaurant review The Guardian Heavy plates aside, the Nag's Head makes light work of some English classics. Jay parks his horse and tucks in. Wooden rafters and panelled windows of the Nag's Head. Knock on wood: the light-filled Nag's Head in Haughton, Cheshire. Photograph: Jon ...
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New Cape Hatteras Superintendent Named -

New Cape Hatteras superintendent named The Virginian-Pilot An avid fisherman and frequent Outer Banks visitor has been named new superintendent of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Dave Hallac will start the job in January, according to a release from the National Park Service. Hallac currently works as a ...
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Nags Head Homeowners get Federal Court Victory -
Nags Head homeowners get federal court victory Greenville Daily Reflector NAGS HEAD, N.C. (AP) — Nags Head homeowners banned from repairing their beachfront property for five years because the town declared them a public nuisance are back at work, getting those homes renovated. Federal Court Victory for North Carolina Beachfront Homeowners C...
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WFMY News 2 Judge OKs repairs to Nags Head homes that town wanted torn down Fayetteville Observer While Sansotta won't have to pay fines levied by the town, the court still must decide whether Nags Head owes him money for the rental income he lost during years of litigation. Dever set a deadline of Dec. 5 for an update on repairs and for ...
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The Virginian-Pilot Nags Head to dedicate station to former fire chief The Virginian-Pilot Most recently, he served on the Nags Head Board of Commissioners. He was first elected in 1995 and, except for 2003 through 2005, served on the board until Dec. 2013, according to a news release from the town of Nags Head. Prior to joining the boar...
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The Virginian-Pilot Nags Head loses 5-year battle over damaged homes The Virginian-Pilot The town of Nags Head wanted nine houses removed after the storm to protect the safety and welfare of the public and to maintain use of the beach, said Manager Cliff Ogburn. As it is now, he said, the homes take up most of the beach and block passage