Expert: Increasing online buzz key to biz success

BARCO — Get people to talk about you online.That was the advice a marketing specialist offered area businesses Monday at Currituck’s annual Spring Into Tourism event.

  • ECSU tuition, fees to increase

    Elizabeth City State University undergraduates will be paying about $160 more in tuition and fees this fall, but their education will still be the most affordable in the University of North Carolina system.

  • Sports calendar a scam, NHS warns biz

    Northeastern High School officials are warning local businesspeople to be wary of a scam that tries to get them to help sponsor a phony school sports calendar.

  • Sheriff: Man nabbed with 50 pounds of pot

    Sheriff: Man had 50 pounds of potEDENTON — A Chowan County man is facing felony drug charges after having in his possession what the sheriff described as the largest amount of marijuana ever confiscated in Chowan County.

  • Ex-CIA chief Petraeus admits mishandling classified documents

    RALEIGH — Former CIA Director David Petraeus, whose once-bright political future was all but destroyed over an affair with his biographer, has agreed to plead guilty to sharing classified material with her, the Justice Department said Tuesday.

  • Pasquotank sheriff will not seek re-election in 2018

    With his wife now launched on a second career as Pasquotank clerk of court, Sheriff Randy Cartwright believes it’s time for him to start searching for a new career as well.

Rally not enough for Eagles on road

JACKSONVILLE — If only Northeastern could have started the way it finished.

Lessons from the Kingdom of Kom

African born international author Emmanuel Ngwainmbi is reaching out to the world. And he simply wants young people to see that there are diverse cultures, with a variety of ways to see the world.

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