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Friday, February 22, 2019
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YMCA: Pines facility needs more community support

February 22, 2019

A YMCA regional executive told College of The Albemarle trustees this week that community support — including a vigorous partnership with COA — is needed to keep the YMCA at the Pines afloat.

Dean Mattix, vice president for Northeastern North Carolina with the YMCA of South Hampton Roads, informed…


Currituck ended solar ban in January

February 22, 2019

CURRITUCK — Currituck County’s two-year ban on new solar farm construction came to an end last month after officials approved an amendment to the county’s master development ordinance.


Area schools reflect 'racial disproportionality' trends

February 21, 2019

A new report by a Durham-based advocacy group finds area school districts reflect statewide trends of “significant racial disproportionality” when it comes to student achievement and discipline and the racial makeup of teachers and administrators.

In the school districts in Camden,…


New commercial space: E-City Plaza taking shape

February 21, 2019

New commercial spaces will soon be available at the new E-City Plaza, which is taking shape on Ehringhaus Street in Elizabeth City.

Plans are to have the plaza, located at 511-513 West Ehringhaus Street, open this spring, owner and developer Wadeea Alzawquari, of New Bern, said in a phone interview…