Eerie tales told of prohibition

Hundreds of people swirled through downtown Elizabeth City Friday night to drink in the history and ambiance of Prohibition during the 19th Historic Ghost Walk.

  • SOULS nears deal with county to lease former school

    There’s still fine print to work through, but the SOULS Feeding Ministry hopes to soon start providing free meals to those in need at the former Elizabeth City Middle School.

  • Jones tapped to be new CEO for ElectriCities

    Roy Jones will be the new CEO of ElectriCities, the management firm for the public power agency made up of Elizabeth City and 31 other municipalities in eastern North Carolina.

  • Camden’s Meiggs switches to GOP

    CAMDEN — When Camden Commissioner Garry Meiggs runs for re-election next year, it will be as a Republican, not the Democrat he’s been for more than 40 years.

  • Police net 32 in ‘Operation Blockbuster’

    Local and state law enforcement officials rounded up more than 30 people in Elizabeth City on Friday, charging them on outstanding warrants for everything from credit card fraud and obtaining property by false pretenses to assault with a deadly weapon.

  • Football player assaulted

    A Knotts Island man has been charged with simple assault after allegedly hitting a Currituck High School football player who had tackled his brother during a team practice.

A Clean Sweep: Camden volleyball tops rival Perquimans

CAMDEN — When the final kill of the match by Camden hit inside the Perquimans line without a return, the Lady Bruins gym exploded in cheers.

Soucy brings passion to Food Bank events

You could say that Annya Soucy is one of those reasons Elizabeth City is fortunate to have the Coast Guard base. Her husband’s decision to join the service brought the family here.

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