Utah no-kill shelter accepts often-adopted pit bull

After striking out on her first five chances at a new home, Chloe’s hard luck may finally be turning around.

  • ECSU chancellor begins radio talk show

    WRVS-FM 89.9, Elizabeth City State University’s public radio station, is launching four new public affairs programs, including one starting today featuring new Chancellor Stacey Franklin Jones.

  • Schools chief Williams to retire June 30

    Superintendent Linwood Williams announced Monday he will be retiring next summer after six years at the helm of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools.

  • Officer will not face trial

    FERGUSON, Mo. — A grand jury has decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed, black 18-year-old whose fatal shooting sparked weeks of sometimes-violent protests.

  • Wilson criticizes probe of remark

    CAMDEN — A member of the Camden Board of Education says he’s not satisfied with the school district’s probe of allegations that a teacher made a racially-charged comment to students, saying the incident should have been more “seriously investigated.”

  • Three area 7th-graders receive Bell scholarships

    When it comes to having enough money to afford college, you can never start too early.

Home (Bittersweet?) Home: Hosting playoff games overrides finances

Winning is expected to solve everything, bringing in more fans and, at least for the high school playoffs, the chance to be at home for multiple rounds.

Students ‘Pump It Up’ with Port Discover program

CAMDEN — As the smell of formaldehyde filled their fifth-grade classroom at Camden Intermediate School, some students said, “Disgusting!”

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