A former hunting lodge at Lake Mattamuskeet symbolizes Hyde County’s heyday — and maybe its future.
Don’t let its diminutive name fool you. Being lost in the midst of the dank darkness of the Little Coharie Swamp is terrifying.
Tough to grow, stressful to harvest, and ignored for centuries, clary sage is making a comeback in a tiny corner of northeastern North Carolina, where farmers can’t wait to plant more.
From the boats to the bridges, the waterfronts to the wildlife, a writer finds lyricism among the streams, rivers, and sounds that connect, rather than separate, our coastal homes.
In 1890, tensions between native Ocracokers and marauding outsiders came to a head. At the center of the conflict? A small but valuable shellfish.
The tastiest oysters come from the unlikeliest of places: The silt and mud of Stump Sound.
Nearly two decades after it experienced a change of scenery, the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse remains a Hatteras Island marvel.
During annual Memorial Day trips to the coast, friends become family, families become a village, and a vacation becomes a tradition.
In a river city meant for easy living, this East Front Street home has served as a colorful backdrop for even more colorful characters.