Like most areas across the nation, there are some hot ticket items that are harder to find on the grocery store shelves since the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping across the nation. Items that are suffering from a country-wide shortage, such as toilet paper, hand sanitizer and so on, are low in stock on Hatteras Island as well.
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Have you ever been to the Native American Museum? Have you ever been to the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the nation's tallest? Have you ever been to a maritime forest? Do you know what a maritime forest is? Have you swam in the ocean? Felt the white Carolina sand between your toes?
Midgett Realty would like to congratulate our top Real Estate Sales Agent and Broker-In-Charge for the Rodanthe office, Trisha Midgett, and her team, for their donation of $7,200 to the Hatteras Island Cancer Foundation in conjunction with Drew Wright and his t
On every second Saturday of December, much like the Whos down in Whoville, the people of Hatteras Island come together to celebrate the holidays with the annual tradition of the Hatteras Village Christmas Parade.
Coming to Hatteras Island over the month of December? You're in luck! Not only is the scenery on point, but in addition to the shops and restaurants, you'll see the community togetherness with some fun holiday events!