City vows to find flood fixes for Rosewood

City Public Works Director Paul Fredette says he’ll be the first to admit Elizabeth City’s $1.21 million road project hasn’t gone smoothly, especially for residents of the Rosewood neighborhood.

  • Attorney to face Bar hearing next month

    Attorney to face Bar hearing next monthA disciplinary hearing is set for next month for a local attorney accused of sending obscene pictures of himself to clients.

  • Developer sues Currituck over land parcel

    CURRITUCK — A Norfolk, Va.-based developer has filed a second lawsuit against Currituck County over property disputes on the Outer Banks.

  • Costs for Church Street fix to rise

    Elizabeth City officials are preparing to spend an extra $320,000 on resurfacing 3,500 feet of Church Street, repairing the thoroughfare at the expense of fixing lower priority roads.

  • ECSU to withhold enrollment figures another week

    While many other colleges and universities in the state have already released student enrollment figures for the fall semester, Elizabeth City State University officials haven’t and won’t until the middle of next week.

  • NAACP asks Hertford to rescind vote on vacancy

    HERTFORD — The president of the Perquimans County NACCP is calling on the Hertford Town Council to rescind its recent decision to fill a vacancy on the board with the town’s former white mayor instead of a black applicant who narrowly lost an election for a council seat last year.

Jimmy’s Fight: A Catfish Challenge for area sports

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis impacted Jensen Hunter’s life months before being brought into the world.

Rhoades Review: ‘As above, so below’ takes horror fans beneath streets of Paris

As an old spelunker, I used to enjoy a TV program called “Cities of the Underworld,” in which Don Wildman took us exploring the subterranean environments of various civilizations.

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