Outer Banks

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Out·er Banks

A string of barrier islands off the North Carolina coast east of Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.

Out′er Banks′

a chain of sandy barrier islands along the coast of North Carolina.
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About 10,000 visitors to the Outer Banks were evacuated, though residents were allowed to stay put.
North State Bank Mortgage has enhanced its Outer Banks team by hiring David Joyner and Carrie Cubine, two industry veterans who are well established in the market, the company said.
It is rewarding to bring the fine works of these wonderful artists together celebrating the beauty of animals, and to have the honor of helping supply some of the needs of these animals with our local Outer Banks SPCA," says Smith.
Bob Krainiak and Bernie Trevillian are top mortgage loan officers on the Outer Banks,' said Ken Sykes, president of North State Bank Mortgage.
Scurto Marketing, a website development and marketing company based in Destin, Florida recently updated the Outer Banks website with a new and improved design.
As of early Friday morning Arthur's eye was moving near mainland Dare County and northern Pamlico Sound with hurricane conditions spreading northward along the Outer Banks, according to the NHC.
The Outer Banks will be especially vulnerable, forecasters said.
It can be hard to decide how to spend your time in the Outer Banks, since the wide, sandy beaches call for lazy days and sand castles, while a variety of activities beckon, all the way from Old Nags Head (think classic beach) to Corolla, with its massive, brightly painted Victorians.
Authorities think Irene could hit North Carolina's Outer Banks on Saturday afternoon.
The staff at Outer Banks Ace Hardware, with six locations in Eastern North Carolina, recently channeled their inner children when they were asked to create a "wonder wall" complete with hardware-inspired activities at Children's Place, Inc.
THE last ferry left for the mainland and residents took shelter as Hurricane Earl closed in on North Carolina's dangerously exposed Outer Banks today with 105mph winds.
Earl's centre, located about 355 miles south of Cape Hatteras on Thursday morning, is expected to pass near North Carolina's Outer Banks by the evening before gradually tracking up the east coast on Friday.