Thanks, giving: Amen Ministries serves over 600 meals

Lots of helpings of Thanksgiving meals were available on Thursday as part of a local faith-based organization’s annual outreach effort to feed the needy.

  • Water’s Edge Grill on causeway closed

    CAMDEN — After opening nearly 2½ years ago amid much attention and backing, the family operators of Water’s Edge Grill on the Camden Causeway have apparently closed their business and have put out a sign saying they want to either sell or lease the property.

  • Official: Bad audit not Tilley’s fault

    HERTFORD — A state official said a recent negative audit finding for Perquimans County was caused by “a glitch” and was not the fault of county Clerk of Court Todd Tilley.

  • City OKs sign ban

    Political campaign signs will be slightly less common in Elizabeth City from now on.

  • White House undergoes holiday lockdown after man jumps fence

    WASHINGTON — A man draped in an American flag climbed over the fence at the White House on Thursday, prompting a lockdown as the first family celebrated Thanksgiving.

  • Salvation Army needs ringers

    The Salvation Army of Elizabeth City urgently needs volunteer bell-ringers for its annual Red Kettle campaign, a leader with the charitable organization said Wednesday.

Familiar Territory: NHS banking on experience against Kinston

Northeastern football enters its 2A state playoff third round matchup tonight against East No. 1 seed and unbeaten Kinston in a position the Eagles have not experienced in more than two months: an underdog.

Barn, lighthouse 'can constructions' will be torn down soon to feed hungry

A barn and silo were raised inside Sentara Albemarle Medical Center’s lobby last weekend.

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