ECPD graduates first class of Junior Police Academy cadets

Elizabeth City’s “blue team” grew by 11 members Friday, as the inaugural class of cadets graduated from the police department’s new Junior Police Academy.

Grizzle poised for more success

DURHAM — Marquise Grizzle’s switch from Division I Murray State to Division II Shaw has turned into a big positive for the former Currituck gridiron standout.

Live theater companies announce 2014-15 season

While the first show of the season is less than two months out, the area’s theatre companies are busy casting and subsequently rehearsing for the coming 2014-15 theatre season.

Today’s editorial cartoon

  • Bud Wright ends column for Advance

    Bud Wright, a weekly editorial page column contributor to The Daily Advance for several years, informed us this week that his column-writing days are over.

  • Letter: Editorial mischaracterized shelter group’s efforts

    Editorial mischaracterized shelter group’s effortsYour recent editorial regarding the change of operators at the Currituck Animal Shelter was filled with false or misleading statements.

  • Correction

    A staff-written editorial published in our Sunday, July 20, edition contained several factual errors that need correcting.

  • Douglas Cohn: No winners in overt covert economy

    WASHINGTON — The consequences of congressional inaction on immigration reform are many, and it’s time to ask who benefits from the refusal of Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, to bring a bill to the House floor for a vote.

  • Eugene Robinson: Flooding war zone with weapons like pouring gas on fire

    WASHINGTON — The bodies and debris that rained from the Ukrainian sky offer a cautionary lesson about the danger of giving heavy weapons to non-state actors.