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Police seek help finding missing man

Elizabeth City police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing man they believe may be in danger.

  • County man facing additional child sex charges

    A Pasquotank County man already facing charges of first-degree sex offense and indecent liberties with a child has been indicted on additional child sex charges involving two new accusers.

  • Currituck: Patrol needs to fill trooper slots

    CURRITUCK — Currituck County is pushing for the state Highway Patrol to fill vacant trooper positions in the county which Currituck officials claim haven’t been filled in seven years.

  • Blackwater defense: Evidence suppressed

    WASHINGTON — Lawyers for Blackwater security guards said Monday that the government has suppressed evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad.

  • Duke EP to buy cities’ shares in power plants for $1.2B

    Duke Energy Progress is offering $1.2 billion for shares in the power plants owned by Elizabeth City, Edenton, Hertford and 29 other eastern North Carolina cities — a deal that if approved, is expected to result in lower energy costs for thousands of residents across the region.

  • NC farm owner looking for super food in camels

    ASHEVILLE — Dr. Frank King is looking for the next super food on his farm north of Asheville.

Sangha offers variety of disciplines

Kenny Johnson may have started out as a wrestler 30 years ago, but as things like mixed martial arts, parkour, Brazilian jiu jitsu, Victus and yoga have evolved, so has he.

A Legacy of Service

Sitting down with Yeoman First Class Linda Linders it’s easy to see why she is well thought of in and out of the Coast Guard community.

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