Nags Head calls emergency COVID-19 meeting

By on March 21, 2020

(Town of Nags Head)

The town of Nags Head has announced that its board of commissioners will hold an emergency meeting in the commissioners meeting room on Saturday, March 21 at 4:30 p.m. to discuss the town’s response to COVID-19.

The discussion will include restrictions recently imposed on access to the town and consideration of other additional restrictions that may be imposed by other authorities that impact the town.



On 5/27/2010 Edge Spectrum, Inc was granted a license by the FCC to serve the public interest in BUXTON, NC as a public trustee of WHOB-LD until 12/1/2020 when it expires. WHOB-LD Channel 50 filed an FCC renewal application for our 2.5 kW station transmitting from BUXTON, NC and serving the BUXTON area on 8/3/2020. Individuals who wish to advise the FCC of facts relating to our renewal application and to whether this station has operated in the public interest should file comments and petitions with the FCC. Information about the FCC broadcast license renewal process is available from the FCC, Washington, DC 20554.



  • holly

    Having to hang another 16 seagull paintings at your beach wont cut it to come in from Richmond.

    Sunday, Mar 22 @ 7:49 am
  • Tish

    How ironic that the NAGSHEAD MAYOR AND POLICE CHIEF requested my gym voluntarily close to prevent spread of infection. Now the town is considering allowing non residents to enter the county. Make up your mind and be consistent. Hardly doubt any homeowner is going to begin a home project and leave the home in unsafe conditions requiring them to immediately return at this time. ALL the while the CEO of Vidant is recommending Dare County to STAY AT HOME.

    Sunday, Mar 22 @ 10:02 pm