Corn crop shines at ag expo

‘Good corn crop this year’SHILOH — Despite a late planting season, area farmers said Tuesday this year’s corn crop should be a winner.

  • Winning suit could leave city high and dry

    If Elizabeth City officials win their counter lawsuit against Pasquotank County and get a judge to invalidate the city’s long-term water purchase contract with the county, they may find themselves with a completely different problem on their hands: how to supply water to the city’s bustling commercial corridor along Halstead Boulevard Extended.

  • Boy, 3, airlifted after pool accident

    COROLLA — A 3-year-old boy had to be airlifted to a Virginia hospital after being found unresponsive in a swimming pool of a Currituck Outer Banks vacation home Wednesday evening, authorities said.

  • Historic hunting lodge added to National Register

    KNOTTS ISLAND — A soundfront hunting lodge and barn built in 1928 on Knotts Island became the 13th site in Currituck County named to the National Register of Historic Places.“It’s a beautiful site and very deserving of that honor,” local historian Barbara Snowden said of The Flyway Club, a 26-acre historic site on Marsh Causeway Road.

  • GOP criticizes ‘offensive’ posts of NC elections appointee

    RALEIGH — North Carolina Republican Party officials said Thursday they were unaware of racially tinged social media posts by a man appointed to a county elections board and are urging him to step down.

  • 37 years of Perquimans Weekly issues to go online

    HERTFORD — History lovers will soon be able to research a 37-year slice of Perquimans County history online.

EC on TV: TWC to televise NHS-Pasquotank football

Northeastern and Pasquotank want to give everyone something to talk about, only this time they want their statements heard on a bigger stage.

EC set to celebrate the U.S. Coast Guard

It would seem that now more than ever the Elizabeth City community has stepped up to celebrate the Coast Guard.

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