Fall classes start at ECSU

It wasn’t clear Tuesday whether Elizabeth City State University had met its fall enrollment target of 1,854, but many of those students who were on campus seemed glad to be back.“I feel great,” Siloam Gray, 23, said when asked how her first day of classes had gone.

  • MACU begins with largest fall class

    Mid-Atlantic Christian University is starting the fall semester with its largest enrollment ever — a change noted by both returning students as well as campus officials.

  • Area to lose $108K for teacher aides

    Barring a last-minute fix to the state budget, school districts in Pasquotank and three other area counties could lose as much as $107,887 this year in funding for teacher assistants.

  • EC-Pasquotank board could fill vacancy tonight

    The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education could have a new member as soon as tonight, if the six current board members reach a consensus on a finalist after interviewing four candidates this afternoon.

  • Va. man arrested for high-speed chase

    CURRITUCK — A Virginia man who last fall led Currituck deputies on a high-speed chase in a stolen sports car — at one point reaching a speed of 145 mph — has been arrested after being formally indicted on charges in North Carolina.

  • Police probe shots fired report

    Elizabeth City police investigated a report of shots fired this past weekend in the 400 block of Perry Street.Police received a call shortly before 1:30 a.m.

Red Storm Rising: Knights aim to continue success

BARCO — Last season held a lot of memorable moments for the Currituck football team.

Landmark Show and Competition taking entries

The Arts of the Albemarle’s 27th Annual Landmark Competition and Show is currently taking submissions from area artists.

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