Overcoming Life’s Tricks: Ex-Globetrotter visits area schools

Seth Franco knows a thing or two about being down. Growing up in New York, Franco had always dreamed of one day becoming a professional basketball player.

  • Camden area’s best on Read to Achieve

    Area school districts reported a challenging but successful first year implementing a new state initiative designed to get third-graders reading at grade level before they’re promoted to the fourth grade.

  • Burr opposed to changing vet law for coastwise seamen

    CAMDEN — North Carolina’s senior U.S. senator is formally opposing legislation changing the way veteran status is bestowed on former Merchant Mariners who served along the nation’s coastlines in World War II. It’s a stance that could effectively sink the efforts of a local man seeking the change.

  • Friends, family remember COA student at memorial

    Jack Knable always had a knack for the philosophical.

  • Investigation continuing in head-on wreck

    Elizabeth City police continue to investigate the cause of a head-on collision Sunday that sent three people to the hospital. Police Capt.

  • City hopes to fix Rosewood woes by month’s end

    City officials hope to fix flooding and runoff problems in Elizabeth City’s Rosewood neighborhood by month’s end, city Public Utilities Director Paul Fredette said Monday.

Still Waters? Not her: Currituck junior back from knee injury

BARCO — Raeven Waters isn’t an easy person to catch, even with a brace on her left knee.

Life on the farm to be celebrated in Currituck, Saturday

CURRITUCK — Calling the hogs home, and shucking the corn are a part of farm heritage and Currituck is asking folks to be a part a festival that celebrates those bygone days.

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