60 seniors take part in morning Roll and Stroll

Johnnie Jones walks at least five days a week, so going for a stroll eight-tenths of a mile on part of Parkview Drive and on Southern Avenue was easy for him.

  • Civil disobedience expected in fast-food pay fight

    NEW YORK — McDonald’s, Wendy’s and other fast-food restaurants are expected to be targeted with acts of civil disobedience that could lead to arrests Thursday as labor organizers escalate their campaign to unionize the industry’s workers.

  • Cops: Military gear not for riots

    Like law enforcement agencies across the country, police and sheriff’s departments across the Albemarle have accepted thousands of dollars of surplus military equipment from the federal government since the late 1990s.

  • Ex-airport manager questions hiring

    CURRITUCK — A former airport manager for Currituck claims he was forced out of his job after county officials cut his hours to part-time.

  • Kids-Cops expands into school

    Kids-Cops expands into schoolThe Chowan County Sheriff’s Office Kids and Cops program recently expanded into D.F. Walker Elementary School with its first-ever Cop-Anapolis 500.

  • Victim in Hertford fatality ID’d

    HERTFORD — The name of the Hertford teen who died after a moped wreck this weekend has been released in a funeral notice.

Byrd Bowl Boldness: Knights do enough to keep Bruins at bay

CAMDEN — Currituck opened the Byrd Bowl boldly in the Swamp, recovering an onside kick to start the game, and closed out Camden convincingly with a late score.

Celebrating 125 years of ECSU: Book covers all history, from booms to busts

Elizabeth City State University marks 125 years in March 2016, but a book celebrating its history is available for pre-order.

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