Chowan deadlocks over COA security cameras

EDENTON — A recent move to add more security cameras to College of The Albemarle’s Edenton-Chowan campus failed when Chowan commissioners deadlocked on the proposal.

  • Region seeks changes to road formula

    The odds are not in the Albemarle’s favor to get state funds for new highway projects this year, but one group of local leaders is looking to change those fortunes two years from now.

  • License plate agency to open in Grandy

    GRANDY — Residents of Currituck County will soon be able to renew their annual vehicle registrations, buy replacement license plates and handle vehicle title in the county.

  • Thieves steal $7K in property in B&E

    Elizabeth City police are investigating a break-in earlier this week in which thieves stole $7,000 worth of television sets and jewelry.

  • Police respond to gunfire report

    Police responded late Thursday night to a report of possible gunfire in the 200 block of Bell Street.

  • Council extends disclosure policy to boards

    Elizabeth City City Council continues to fine-tune new rules and expectations for appointees of citizen boards — including term limits — while separately requiring members of boards with decisions over real estate matters to disclose their business and property interests.

Meet the Vikings: Early start for ECSU scrimmage

By Friday morning, Elizabeth City State football coach Waverly Tillar bumped up the team’s final scrimmage time from 6 p.m. to 5:30.

Albemarle Neighbor: Interim director’s job keeps her surrounded by art

As she enters her office each day at the Arts of the Albemarle, Katie Murray is surrounded by artists’ work.

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