Decision 2014: Pasquotank hopefuls spar over spending

Four candidates vying for seats on the Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners sparred over county spending, particularly on the schools, Wednesday night during a candidates forum at the courthouse.

  • Decision 2014: 5 contend for 3 Camden school board seats

    CAMDEN — The three challengers for open seats on the Camden Board of Education say the board needs members who have children enrolled in the district.

  • Luxury car owners give ‘Duesy’ of a parade

    HERTFORD — Pete Taggett is used to drawing a crowd when he pulls up in his 1939 Ford Deluxe.

  • Middle school student takes bus for spin

    A middle school student who took a parked school bus for a spin earlier this week will not be suspended but will face “some consequences,” the superintendent of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools said Wednesday.

  • Decision 2014: Voters to decide if defendants can waive jury trials

    Voters who begin casting ballots today for the Nov. 4 general election will have a chance to decide whether the North Carolina Constitution should be changed to allow defendants in non-capital felony cases to waive their right to a jury trial.

  • Currituck completes OBX water expansion

    COROLLA — Currituck County reported this week that the $5.7 million expansion for the Southern Outer Banks Water System in Corolla is now completed.

EC native matures with Vikings

Larenzo Holley can now have it his way. Of course, that’s only if he earns it.

Celebrate the artisan at 56th annual Craftsman's Fair

Overheard: “It’s incredible how much talent there is around here.”That might sum up the gathering that is this weekend’s 56th annual Craftsman’s Fair that happens this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center in Elizabeth City.

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