37 years of Perquimans Weekly issues to go online

HERTFORD — History lovers will soon be able to research a 37-year slice of Perquimans County history online.

  • GOP criticizes ‘offensive’ posts of NC elections appointee

    RALEIGH — North Carolina Republican Party officials said Thursday they were unaware of racially tinged social media posts by a man appointed to a county elections board and are urging him to step down.

  • Shooting of EC man investigated

    An Elizabeth City man was being treated at a local hospital Wednesday evening after police said he was shot by an unknown assailant near Massachusetts and Highland avenues.

  • Same-day registration may be OK in EC election

    In the lead up to the 2014 general election, same-day voter registration and out-of-precinct voting were forbidden, then allowed, then forbidden again just before early voting started.

  • Perquimans High School sees leadership shake-up

    HERTFORD — The top leadership at Perquimans County High School will be completely different when students return for the new school year next month.

  • 3 of 4 COA campuses overspent local budgets

    Three of College of The Albemarle’s four campuses overspent their local budgets in 2014-15 by a total of $93,000, according to data released to a COA trustee committee this week.

‘Beastley:’ Edenton’s Beasley readies for college track

EDENTON — He won born on October 21, 1996. He stands at 6-foot-1 and weighs 180 pounds. To nearly everyone else, those stats on Edenton athlete Trey’L Beasley are lies.

‘Meet Someone New’ this summer at the library

It’s the slow, hot days of summer. You’ve been outside and you’re hot and ready for a break. Perhaps a book is in order; a nice biography might do the trick.

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