Salvation Army needs ringers

The Salvation Army of Elizabeth City urgently needs volunteer bell-ringers for its annual Red Kettle campaign, a leader with the charitable organization said Wednesday.Salvation Army Capt.

  • Walton correcting election violation

    Elizabeth City City Councilor Johnnie Walton failed to disclose his candidate committee’s involvement on some of his campaign materials, according to a State Board of Elections official.

  • Teens charged after B&E, theft captured on video

    CAMDEN — Two Camden teens were arrested on felony breaking and entering and theft charges after a school resource officer apparently recognized them from surveillance camera footage shot during a recent store break-in.

  • Look for Black Friday, holiday deals in Thursday’s edition

    Local stores have plenty to offer for this year’s Black Friday/weekend holiday shopping, and Thursday’s edition of The Daily Advance is your guide to the area’s best deals.

  • Feature Photo: Pie Sale

    Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyAnn Halbert (left) helps Patricia Overton as Overton looks over some of the pies for sale at Newbegun United Methodist Church\u2019s 23rd annual pre-Thanksgiving pie sale fundraiser, Tuesday, at the Pasquotank center of the Cooperative Extension Service in Elizabeth City.

  • City releases names of camera panel

    The district attorney, the Pasquotank sheriff, the chief public defender and the head of the local NAACP chapter are among the members of a new panel tasked with helping the Elizabeth City Police Department craft policies to guide officers’ use of body cameras.

Family and Football: Father and son bond through football

The 2015 season was supposed to be a memorable one for Northeastern running back Jamel Foster both on and off the field.

Barn, lighthouse 'can constructions' will be torn down soon to feed hungry

A barn and silo were raised inside Sentara Albemarle Medical Center’s lobby last weekend.

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