Front Feature: A Wet Day

Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyTheresa Mallory makes her way through rain and water puddles to her car after shopping at Farm Fresh Supermarket in Elizabeth City on Thursday.

  • Pasquotank to finally dedicate Cale room

    It took nearly five years, but the Pasquotank Board of Commissioners will finally dedicate the courthouse meeting room named for the county’s first black county commissioner.

  • Schools announce delays

    Currituck County Schools will be opening on a three-hour delay schedule for staff and students on Friday. No breakfast will be served.

  • Budget: ECSU to get $2.6M

    Gov. Pat McCrory’s proposed $21.5 billion state budget for the next two years recommends spending $2.6 million on technology improvements at Elizabeth City State University.

  • Edenton named Tree City USA

    Edenton has been named a 2014 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management.

  • School site still not settled

    The siting of a charter STEM school on the Elizabeth City State University campus apparently isn’t as settled a matter as some, including the ECSU chancellor, believe.

Spring Struggles: Winter doldrums creep into springtime season

One day of spring-like weather is nice, but many area coaches and athletes long to see more.

  • Pirates, Aces baseball pick up early-season wins

      Perquimans won its second-straight game to start the season as it used a five-run first inning on its way to a 7-0 shutout over Pasquotank on Wednesday.

  • Area coaches welcome back Mattera

    Wes Mattera should expect to have a challenging, but rewarding time in his new role as the athletic director at Edenton, according to area coaches, as he makes a return to the school where he coached the Aces football team to at least a share of three Northeastern Coastal Conference championships.

  • Rally not enough for Eagles on road

    JACKSONVILLE — If only Northeastern could have started the way it finished.

  • Rally not enough for Eagles on road

    JACKSONVILLE — If only Northeastern could have started the way it finished.

  • Mattera back at Edenton — as AD

    He’s someone most Edenton fans have clamored to return as soon as the Aces’ head football coaching position became vacant in January.

Sea glass mobiles, Turkish rugs and wild eyed painters ...

If you happen to keep up with Clarence “Moon” Munden, the bass player for Out ‘n the Cold, you know that on Facebook he enjoys nothing more than posting beautiful sunrise photographs from the beaches of the Outer Banks.

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