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Fall classes start at ECSU

It wasn’t clear Tuesday whether Elizabeth City State University had met its fall enrollment target of 1,854, but many of those students who were on campus seemed glad to be back.“I feel great,” Siloam Gray, 23, said when asked how her first day of classes had gone.

  • Board picks Robinson for vacant seat

    The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education could have a seventh member as early as Monday.

  • County eyes 2nd solar farm

    A Chicago-based renewable energy developer is proposing what could be Pasquotank County’s second solar farm, county officials said this week.

  • High bond set for repeat offender charged with assault

    CURRITUCK — A Currituck County man with an extensive history of arrests, the first time in the 1980s, was jailed over the weekend in lieu of a $500,000 secured bond after he was charged with attacking a woman.

  • Study: Currituck EMS’ morale problems ‘serious,’ but not hostile workplace

    CURRITUCK — Currituck’s Emergency Medical Services has “serious morale problems” but does not bully employees or create a hostile work environment, a new county report states.

  • MACU begins with largest fall class

    Mid-Atlantic Christian University is starting the fall semester with its largest enrollment ever — a change noted by both returning students as well as campus officials.

Red Storm Rising: Knights aim to continue success

BARCO — Last season held a lot of memorable moments for the Currituck football team.

Annual Benjamin House Talent Show fundraiser Saturday

When it comes to the annual Benjamin House Talent Show, it’s more than, well a talent show. It’s a celebration of life.

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