Road Street bridge to open soon

The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to open the new South Road Street bridge over Charles Creek Thursday or Friday, restoring the flow of traffic over South Road Street and Herrington Road.

  • COA may bench athletics programs

    Unless members of the community step up to the plate in the next two weeks with significant donations for athletics, College of The Albemarle will likely suspend its baseball and softball teams after this season.

  • Winslow: Improve sales tax bill

    State lawmakers say their intent in retooling the state’s distribution of sales tax is to help rural areas like Pasquotank County and Elizabeth City.

  • Man faces child sex charges

    An Elizabeth City man already convicted of sexual battery of a 9-year-old girl is now facing felony sex charges.

  • McCrory to be in Currituck Wednesday

    CURRITUCK — Gov. Pat McCrory will spend a couple of hours in northeastern North Carolina Wednesday meeting with area county officials and business leaders.

  • Dare students take home top 3 spots in Spanish spelling bee

    Spelling bees are usually hypercompetitive, with participants more than eager to see their competitors stumble over words by either adding too many letters or leaving some out.

AD Carter: Athletics have impacted students

Jeff Carter understands improving the well being of student-athletes doesn’t always mean an improvement to the bottom line, but it still matters.

Pasquotank High students build miniature solar cars

After Pasquotank County High School let out on March 18, and most students flooded the exit doors, a group of about 20 congregated in an upstairs science classroom and set to work on their miniature solar cars.

Today’s editorial cartoon

Today’s editorial cartoon