Feature photos: Boy Scout Camperoo

Bryce Pugh, 15, participates in a team building exercise during the Boy Scout Spring Camporee at Camden Community Park, Saturday.

  • Student assault bill is backed

    Local educators and law enforcement officials largely support proposed state legislation that would make it a felony for students 16 and older to assault their teachers — though not entirely without concerns.

  • Pastors mixed on religious freedom

    Where are the lines religion can’t cross in the United States?

  • No changes on cop body cameras opinions

    The national furor over a video showing a North Charleston, S.C. police officer fatally shooting a defenseless man may have convinced that town’s police department and others to start wearing body cameras but it hasn’t persuaded any area law enforcement agencies to do so.

  • Dollar General now open for business in Camden

    CAMDEN — Residents are elated that the Dollar General store is now in business along the Camden Causeway.“I love it!

  • Rebecca Cross: From now till fall, downtown the place to be for one and all

    Now that spring is here and the weather has turned warmer, I’m excited to share about a few of downtown’s upcoming outdoor activities.

ACC vs. CIAA — 1980s: Barnstorming has its roots in Elizabeth City

Names of ones now in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s basketball past, likely unrecognizable to most of today’s youth, made trips to Elizabeth City in the 1980s to play in an annual event dubbed the ACC vs. CIAA.

Vaping is Not Blowing Smoke: Growing trend in e-cig devices raising health concerns

Jackie Hinchey, owner of Elizabeth City’s Just Blowin Steam, stands over a worktable in the back of her vaping lounge, repairing a device known as a “box mod.

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