"Stay Tuned" AG mum on political ambitions

State Attorney General Roy Cooper is saying that people need to “stay tuned” about questions of his announcing a run for governor in 2016.

  • Student files hazing complaint about sorority

    An Elizabeth City State University student who wanted to join a sorority said she ended up suffering psychologically and financially — and filing a complaint with police.

  • Charter school begins advertising for CEO

    Now that the local STEM charter school has been approved, its board of directors is seeking a CEO.

  • Former council member declares

    Former city councilor A.C. Robinson Jr. kicked off his campaign for an Elizabeth City City Council seat Thursday, declaring he wants to restore positive, forward-looking leadership to the 4th Ward.

  • Sales tax shift would cost some more than projected

    A new analysis indicates Currituck may lose more in sales tax income than originally projected if a Senate Bill 369 is approved by the General Assembly.

  • Authorities go after crooked car deals in national crackdown

    WASHINGTON — A nationwide crackdown on auto dealers has turned up widespread evidence of false ads, deceptive loans and fake odometer readings, the government said Thursday.

High School Roundup: Lady Bruins earn shutout at NHS

Lydia Shiel scored the lone goal of the match with 12 minutes remaining as Camden broke a three-game losing streak with a 1-0 win at Northeastern on Wednesday.

Popular gospel group back after member’s fight with cancer

EDENTON — The sanctuary in the Edenton Church of God was quiet Saturday afternoon except for the lively sounds of the Gospel group Called Out II practicing for a benefit to be held that night.

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