Kids First’s new facility lauded

Seeing the interior of Kids First’s new offices in the Weatherly Center for the first time Tuesday was overwhelming for Judith Abbot.

  • ECSU police probe alleged sexual assault

    Elizabeth City State University police are investigating an alleged sexual assault that took place in a campus dormitory a week ago.

  • Camden sheriff probing fire that destroyed abandoned car

    SOUTH MILLS — The Camden Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fire that destroyed an abandoned vehicle in South Mills on Wednesday.

  • Camden hopes program saves on flood insurance costs

    By CINDY BEAMONCAMDEN — Camden is signing up for a federal program that officials are hoping will save county residents money on flood insurance.

  • Judge to rule on mega cottage

    CURRITUCK — A Superior Court judge is expected to rule later this week on a lawsuit that claims a mega-sized cottage in Corolla will spoil a neighbor’s view of the ocean.

  • White: County needs authority over low-income housing

    A Pasquotank commissioner leaving the board next month believes the county governing board needs approval power over public and low-income housing developments in Pasquotank, including in Elizabeth City.

Lady Mustangs hit by Pride

It was one moment in a blowout loss, but it was one that defined progress for the Mid-Atlantic Christian women’s basketball team.

  • Hardy omission angers East Carolina coach

    GREENVILLE — East Carolina head coach Ruffin McNeill responded strongly to learning that senior wide receiver Justin Hardy had not been named one of the 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award, given annually to college football’s top pass-catcher.

  • Mustangs trapped into home defeat

      It wasn’t one big run that allowed North Carolina Wesleyan to pull away from Mid-Atlantic Christian. It was a series of small ones.

  • ECSU women drop opening game at Shaw

    RALEIGH — The Elizabeth City State women’s basketball team got to see a Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association team for its season opener on Tuesday.

  • Lee Owen: US Bowling Congress announces season honors

    Just in case you were sitting around wondering how you stack up to the rest of the best bowlers in the country, as I was, I have decided to humble you as I did myself this week.

  • ECSU begins basketball with back-to-back losses

    ETTRICK, Va. — The Elizabeth City State men’s basketball team will get the chance to rebound quickly from back-to-back season opening defeats today.

It’s the holiday season and the Salvation Army wants you

The red kettles are going out, and the bell-ringers will soon be ringing. The Angel Trees are up, and the gift tags are waiting for generous givers.

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