Morehead City

Meet The Marlins This Sunday at Big Rock Stadium

MOREHEAD CITY, NC June 9, 2015 – The Morehead City Marlins are proud to announce their Meet The Marlins event this Sunday afternoon at Big Rock Stadium. Partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Coastal Carolina, alongside the local Island Essentials, the Marlins are opening up the ballpark for […]

Underwater Obsessed: James J. Francesconi Reef Project

Being underwater obsessed in North Carolina means also having a complete and total addiction for the magical lore and exploration of shipwrecks. North Carolina holds the brass porthole to some of the World’s best diving and marine life habitat areas. Our mysterious “Graveyard of the Atlantic” is a proud heritage […]

Pair From Central Michigan Headed to Morehead City Marlins

Morehead City, NC Feb. 11, 2014 – The Morehead City Marlins have signed Adam Aldred and Neal Jacobs to their 2014 roster. Both are returning key contributors for the Central Michigan Chippewa’s. Aldred, a 6’0 190 pound left-handed pitcher, and Jacobs, a 6-2 195 pound outfielder will arrive in Morehead […]

North Carolina Seafood Festival wants your input

Morehead City, NC Feb. 10, 2014 – The North Carolina Seafood Festival has published a survey through their website to gather information on festival-goers’ thoughts on what types of things each visitor would like to see at the 2014 festival in hopes of making each festival better than the year […]

Sam Carel to Lead Marlins on Field in 2014

Morehead City, NC January 9, 2014 – The Morehead City Marlins have announced Sam Carel as the team’s head coach for the  2014 season. Carel spent the 2013 season as an assistant coach for the Marlins, serving as the hitting instructor and third base coach. He becomes the fourth head […]

Emeline Pigott, Confederate Spy

RALEIGH, NC December 15, 2013 – On December 15, 1836, Confederate spy Emeline Jamison Pigott was born in Carteret County. Living on a farm on Calico Creek, near what is now Morehead City, she witnessed many of the hardships the Civil War brought on, when Confederate, and later, Union soldiers […]

The North Carolina Seafood Festival has Its Most Successful Year Yet

Morehead City, NC October 11, 2013 – The North Carolina Seafood Festival, presented by U.S. Cellular, ended its 27th Annual festival with high regards from everyone involved. From vendors, to guests to partnering sponsors, everyone was thrilled with the success that the festival brought to Carteret County during the first […]

The North Carolina Seafood Festival Approaches its Exciting 27th Year

MOREHEAD CITY, NC August 20, 2013 – The 27th Annual North Carolina Seafood Festival, presented by U.S. Cellular, will be held October 4-6, 2013, in Morehead City. The award-winning festival will open Friday, October 4, at noon, which will allow visitors an opportunity for three days of fun! Admission to […]

Renaming Your Boat Can Bring Bad Luck

Morehead City, NC July 2, 2013 –  Renaming your boat, apparently, will bring nothing but bad luck and make your future boating experience something that you will want to forget if not carried out properly.  Renaming a boat is not an event to be taken lightly. Since the beginning of […]

Rotary Club of Morehead City-Noon to Help Grant Two Wishes in Carteret County

Upcoming fundraisers to benefit Make-A-Wish® Eastern North Carolina   MORRISVILLE, NC June 19, 2013 — The Rotary Club of Morehead City-Noon announced that it will help Make-A-Wish® Eastern North Carolina grant wishes to two children based in Carteret County with life-threatening medical conditions.  To meet this goal, the club will […]