Stories by Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice

New OBX wellness program ‘The Life Skills Series,’ designed for recovery community

By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice. There’s a new wellness program coming to the Outer Banks this October — one that is focused specifically on the area’s recovery community. Full story

Sep 28


A pizzeria stirs up neighbors in Nags Head

Town says Nags Head Pizza is in compliance with rules By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice. In the latest chapter of the neighborhood dispute over the Nags Head Pizza Company, Nags Head Town Manager Andy Garman sent a Sept. 16 letter to the Nags Head historic district homeowners who had expressed concerns about the business at the Sept. 7 town commissioners meeting. Full story

Sep 21


A new type of tribute to Orville and Wilbur

Nebraska company making Wright Brothers bobbleheads By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice Even with the many tributes bestowed on two Outer Banks (and worldwide) heroes over the years, they are now being remembered in a very different way. Full story

Mar 5


‘We all need to stand up and do something’ 

At Cross Roads, Teresa Clarkin fights the addiction battle By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice After taking her first drink as a teenager, Teresa Clarkin battled with addiction to drugs and alcohol for 30 years. Full story

Feb 2


Mobile Crisis can bring help in a hurry

‘The problem is, nobody knows about it’ By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice There is a free service for residents of much of eastern North Carolina — available day or night,… Full story

Oct 28


Christmas at Tomato Shack honors family memories

Along the quaint waterfront shoppes of Duck, nestled between grey-painted storefronts, passersby may do a double take at the brightly painted turquoise and orange exterior of the Tomato Shack, a roadside fruit and veggie stand, run by Carlton Winslow, his wife Jeannine, and family members. Full story

Dec 9


‘This is in the forefront because it’s so prevalent’  

The Outer Banks feels the fentanyl crisis By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice On Sept. 13, three individuals — two of whom died and one who was hospitalized — were found… Full story

Oct 16


‘This is in the forefront because it’s so prevalent’  

The Outer Banks feels the fentanyl crisis By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice On Sept. 13, three individuals — two of whom died and one who was hospitalized — were found… Full story

Oct 8


Marking ten years of Pride on the Outer Banks 

By Maggie Miles | Outer Banks Voice Twelve years ago, in the summer of 2009, David Miller and a friend had an idea — to create the first ever Pride event in… Full story

Sep 10