Suspect may have robbed another bank

CAMDEN — A Virginia Beach woman charged with robbing a Camden bank Thursday has a previous history of arrests in both Virginia and Alaska — and could be a suspect in a recent bank robbery in Roanoke Rapids, law enforcement officials said Friday.

  • Region’s lawmakers score low for effectiveness

    It’s no secret the change in the Albemarle’s legislative delegation over the past three years has led to a change in the perception of the region’s political clout in Raleigh.

  • VFDs: Move polling sites from fire stations

    CAMDEN — Shiloh precinct voters casting their ballots at the Shiloh Volunteer Fire Station next month shouldn’t get too attached to the new voting site.

  • Schools to spend $1M on projects

    Elizabeth City-Pasquotank school officials have tentatively agreed to spend more than $1 million from a reserve account on 11 school capital priorities, electing not to seek county funds for the projects.

  • Police probe early-morning shooting on Cypress Street

    Elizabeth City police are seeking suspects after someone fired up to 12 gunshots at a passing car on Cypress Street earlier today.

  • EMS eyes $1.2M in lost income

    Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Medical Services is forecasting a $1.2 million loss in income next year that will force counties to pay more for the agency’s emergency care and transport services.

High School Roundup: Edenton soccer rallies for tie at Camden

CAMDEN — Freshman Katie Rascoe scored two of her three goals in the final 15 minutes as she helped Edenton rally from a two-goal deficit in a 3-3 tie at Camden in non-conference girls soccer on Thursday.

There will be Easels in the Garden and on Porches, too

EDENTON — Since its unveiling two years ago, Easels in the Gardens has worked to be as family friendly as possible.

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