The storm hammered Pender County’s beaches, but officials say the recovery is already well underway
If your ideal spring break includes tequila shots on the beach, blasting music from your car at 4 a.m., and smoking a joint in public, then Miami Beach isn’t the place for you. At least, that’s the message that the city’s police department sent to college students this week in letters warning that — after a particularly rowdy spring break last year — the island plans to crack down on behavior that hurts residents’ quality of life.
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Toxic algae is killing Florida's sea life
The red tide that’s plagued Florida’s Gulf Coast for a year and made a rare jump east earlier this month wasn’t vanquished by Hurricane Michael.
Tourists once headed to Panama City Beach and other parts of the eastern Panhandle are now winding up in Pensacola Beach.
World travelers seek new destinations outside of the usual locales and coastal sites are at the top of the list
As of August, more than $56.5 million in bed tax, aka tourist development tax, had been collected.
At its October meeting, the Dare County Tourism Board moved forward with two initiatives.