Feature Photo: Tender loving care

N.C. Department of Transportation inspectors Jeff Ballance (back) and Toby Perry look over the construction work on the new bridge tender’s house on the new eastbound Camden Causeway drawbridge over the Pasquotank River, Tuesday.

  • Section of Halstead to close for road fix

    Motorists who drive Halstead Boulevard between Peartree and Herrington roads will have to use an alternate route Thursday.

  • DSS chief: More may go without child care

    State cuts and tightened eligibility for child-care subsidies is likely to cause more families in Pasquotank County to go without child care, the county Department of Social Services director predicted last month.

  • Pasquotank DSS to hire 3 new caseworkers

    Pasquotank County commissioners approved hiring three new caseworkers for the county Department of Social Services on Tuesday, a move the DSS director said was needed to combat “overwhelming workloads.

  • Former commissioner dies

    HERTFORD — Charles Ward, a longtime Hertford businessman who served on the Perquimans Board of Commissioners for two decades, died Monday at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.

  • Council debates outdoor dining with alcohol

    The town’s current ordinance governing outdoor sidewalk dining in the downtown area allows for tables and chairs that are set up within four feet of the town’s right of way, according to Town Manager Anne-Marie Knighton.

Leading Again: Turner turns from player to coach

Casey Turner made his share of stops in his quest to start in college football.

'Catch a wave and you're sitting on top of the world'

It was fate.

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