Trick or Treat!

Friday night was for trick-or-treating, and the weather was just right for the little ghosts and goblins.

  • Womble pays unpaid parking tickets

    District Attorney Andrew Womble said Friday he’s paid off two unpaid parking citations that led to summonses being filed against him, even though Womble said the tickets weren’t his.

  • McCrory pitches transportation plan

    Gov. Pat McCrory promoted his 25-year vision for transportation in Elizabeth City Friday, though the plan’s funding and other details haven’t yet come into full focus.

  • Tata: NC willing to help fund runway

    Gov. Pat McCrory came to Elizabeth City Friday to tout his long-term transportation vision and to nail down $10 million for the Elizabeth City Regional Airport’s secondary runway.

  • Currituck candidates raise $13K through third quarter

    CURRITUCK — Fundraising by the eight candidates seeking seats on the Currituck Board of Commissioners gained steam in the months leading up to Tuesday’s election, with some of the candidates more active than others.

  • Jones to reconsider ECSU arts program

    Elizabeth City State University’s chancellor-elect is reviewing the prior chancellor’s decision to eliminate ECSU’s studio art degree program.

Bruins excel as x-country program is reborn

CAMDEN — When Michael Reaves heard the talk about possibly restarting the Camden cross country program, everyone told the school’s track coach he had to get Stephen Kronlage.

Albemarle Profile: Liz Reasoner of Food Bank of the Albemarle

Back in 1994 Liz Reasoner moved to Camden County with her husband Donnie, who had just retired from the U.S. Navy. Both came here from San Pedro, Calif.

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