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Mid-County Currituck Bridge Scheduled To Start February Or March - 10/19/09 09:46 AM
The Virginia Pilot reported today that construction on the Mid-County Currituck Bridge is scheduled to begin in February or March next year. While there are still many details to work out it is seems that after 20 years the bridge will finally get built. Once completed, scheduled for 2013, the bridge will help ease the summer traffic coming onto the Outer Banks for everyone. Those tourists traveling to Corolla will save at least an hour of travel time if not more by using the bridge. For many it will be a huge sigh of relief when this bridge is finally done. To read (0 comments)
Outer Banks Real Estate: Good September Numbers - 10/12/09 12:23 PM
The Outer Banks real estate market continues to put up good numbers as we head into the last quarter of 2009. For the 5th straight month the number of sold houses were over 100. If the number of sold houses continues on its current pace in October it will be 6 months in a row. Buyers are realizing that the prices and mortgage rates are just too good to pass up. Out of the 126 sold properties only 24 were either foreclosure or short sales. There are some great properties on the market that are not distressed. There has also been an increase (1 comments)
Surviving Cancer Outer Banks Style - 10/08/09 08:14 AM
I wanted to pass along a great story that was posted in The Outer Banks Sentinelabout a local cancer survivor named Ed. I am sure everyone in America knows someone who has had cancer, both my parents are cancer survivors. Each and every person who survives cancer goes through a great amount of shock, grief, and then the torture of chemo or radiation. Like so many other survivors Ed has as a story to tell. He was able to take is own personal experience and capture it by writing a book titled"Ed ... It Was Malignant". The book talks about the struggles Ed endured and the great (2 comments)
It's great that Corolla is finally getting a bike trail. I see so many people walking and biking along Hwy 12 and it is very dangerous. The roads are curvy with lots of blind spots so this trail will help keep the locals and tourists safe. After all the money the government has wasted over the last few years of bailouts I am glad to see that at least some of it is going to good use. Below is an article from The Daily Advance on the bike trial. Thanks to a $500,000 state grant, Corolla residents will soon have (0 comments)
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