More Outer Banks News

RSS Outer banks

RSS Outer banks Sentinel

  • Remembering Past Thanksgiving Dinners
    THIS YEAR
  • Shutting down Thanksgiving does not mean shutting down love and gratitude.
    Thanksgiving 2020 will be different. It’s a time to save lives and celebrate resilience. We must be smart and responsible in fighting this enemy, COVID-19. But shutting down Thanksgiving does not mean shutting down love and gratitude. From Kristin Clark Taylor, Opinion columnist, USA Today COVID-19 is crippling Thanksgiving. But it should not cripple our ability to […]
  • Why Thanksgiving is a perfect example of the Common Good.
    Why Thanksgiving is a perfect example of the Common Good. A Catholic Perspective Dr. Marlon De La Torre, MA, MEd. Ph.D. A natural precept attributed toward the dignity of the human person is to seek the good of another person through the act of community. I propose this argument from the nature of faith and reason […]
  • Honoring Native American Legacies
    our responsibility to give thanks and respect to those who first occupied this land we are upon. We give thanks to the Carolina Algonquian , the first people of this land
  • Which OBX restaurants are open?
    Click Here to view the list of restaurants open during the shoulder season. This also includes their open/closed status for the upcoming holidays as well as if they are offering to-go holiday meals. The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau attempts to ensure the information is accurate, however hours of operation are subject to change. 
  • Outer Banks Collaborative Meeting December 4
    You’re invited to learn and add to the conversation at our next meeting on Friday, December 4th from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. via Zoom. The Collaborative is made up of representatives from over 30 Outer Banks human services providers and other community benefit groups. We meet quarterly to network and to pursue cooperative efforts […]
  • Untitled
    Friends of Youth is in need of caring adult volunteers to mentor young people in the community.