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Tackling Those Bumps & Bruises: More athletic trainers on way

The Carolina Panthers and the National Football League Foundation will pump $25,000 into putting more athletic trainers in local high schools, Sentara Healthcare has announced.

  • MACU online social work program lauded

    Mid-Atlantic Christian University’s online bachelor’s degree program in social work has received the top ranking from an online resource for finding affordable college opportunities.

  • EC police probe man's shooting

    Elizabeth City police are investigating following the shooting of a motorist on Southern Avenue earlier this morning. Capt.

  • No court date yet for water dispute

    Pasquotank County and Elizabeth City officials still don’t have a court date set for resolution of their legal dispute over water rates, but county officials said Monday the sooner a date is set the better.

  • COA board considers changes to programs

    College of The Albemarle’s Board of Trustees is expected to approve a program change today that will switch surgical technology from a diploma program to one awarding an associate’s degree.

  • Walk for Hunger: Hundreds walk for Food Bank — w/video

    Dr. Carol Anderson on a cool and overcast Sunday afternoon was about to become a first-time participant in the 32nd annual Walk for Hunger.

A Setting Pirate: Ex-NHS standout thriving

GREENVILLE — Northeastern volleyball was nearly unbeatable in the 2010 and 2011 seasons, and Sabrina Gonzalez was right in the middle of it.

Library holds open houses for elementary schools

Last Thursday, Susana Fuentes stepped into the Pasquotank County Library for the first time.

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