The Roanoke River lighthouse, built in 1886, sits in Edenton’s harbor. A UNC professor says high-speed ferries across North Carolina’s Albemarle Sound could bring jobs and tourism dollars to Edenton and other small, inland towns.
The Roanoke River lighthouse, built in 1886, sits in Edenton’s harbor. A UNC professor says high-speed ferries across North Carolina’s Albemarle Sound could bring jobs and tourism dollars to Edenton and other small, inland towns. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
The Roanoke River lighthouse, built in 1886, sits in Edenton’s harbor. A UNC professor says high-speed ferries across North Carolina’s Albemarle Sound could bring jobs and tourism dollars to Edenton and other small, inland towns. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Ferries carry hordes to Outer Banks. A UNC prof thinks it’s the Inner Banks’ turn.

March 14, 2018 01:58 PM