Hagan: NC ‘not for sale’

EDENTON — The day before former President Bill Clinton was scheduled to join her on the campaign trail in North Carolina, U.S. Sen.

  • Elizabeth St. traffic pattern to shift again

    Elizabeth City motorists should expect another change in the downtown traffic pattern on Saturday, as work on the Elizabeth Street reconstruction project continues.

  • Hagan: No US troops to fight ISIL

    EDENTON — Even as some members of Congress begin calling for a commitment of U.S. ground troops to the ongoing battle in the Middle East against the terrorist group ISIL, U.S. Sen.

  • White, Cook spend more than $500K on ads

    If you live in the 1st Senate District and are a registered voter, chances are pretty good you’ve heard something about the race between incumbent state Sen.

  • School leaders tout higher scores, graduation rates

    Higher test scores. Higher graduation rates. Higher enrollment.

  • Police: Man wanted in trooper ambush is captured

    Two law enforcement officials say a man accused of killing one Pennsylvania state trooper and seriously injuring another during an ambush last month was captured by U.S. marshals in an abandoned airplane hangar.

Maintaining focus: Eagles not looking past Knights

It’s been a challenge for Northeastern coach Antonio Moore to shake the Saturday night loss to Currituck a season ago.

  • Area Soccer Kicked: Bruins downed by Leopards

    CAMDEN — With the game winding down to the final 15 minutes and still down a goal, Camden coach Chuck Leslie pulled goalkeeper Tristen Newell and inserted him into the attack.

  • Making His Point: Northeastern’s Overton likes to distribute

    Though Northeastern junior Will Overton proved he could score goals with the 14 he had last season, he’s embraced a new role similar to the point guard he is on the basketball court.

  • Comfort Zone: Camden backup quarterback emerges

    CAMDEN — Senior quarterback Noah Tuttle needed help getting out of his pads after Camden put 68 points on Perquimans in a comprehensive win on Friday.

  • Lee Owen: Bowling Congress takes sport to military overseas

    For those that have served in the military and been deployed overseas, you know all too well how little there is to do.

  • Northeast Dragway: Double entry pays off for Haskell

    WINFALL — Chris Cox of Speed Oasis hosted his fourth event at Northeast Dragway on Saturday. “The season is drawing to a end but the drivers are not quite ready to park their race cars,” Cox said. “So with very little races left on the schedule for the 2014 season I decide it would be nice to throw another event in.

Albemarle Profile: Liz Reasoner of Food Bank of the Albemarle

Back in 1994 Liz Reasoner moved to Camden County with her husband Donnie, who had just retired from the U.S. Navy. Both came here from San Pedro, Calif.

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