Biz incubator taking shape: Nonprofit expects first tenants by fall

River City Community Development Corporation is aiming to have its under-construction business incubator on McMorrine Street fully leased when it opens late this year, River City CEO Lenora Jarvis-Mackey said last week.

  • 90-home subdivision coming to life

    CAMDEN — Two houses at a time, Camden County’s North River Crossing subdivision is coming to life off Trotman Road south of U.S. 158.

  • Moyock flood fix is unveiled

    CURRITUCK — Currituck has new estimates on how much it will cost to fix flooding in Moyock; now, county officials want to know if residents are willing to pay for it.

  • McGee to be named chief Appeals Court judge

    COROLLA — A Currituck Outer Banks resident with 19½ years of experience as a judge on the N.C. Court of Appeals will later this week become chief judge of the panel that hears numerous appeals, motions and petitions every year.

  • With new headstone laid, family finds closure

    Seven months after his death, the family of 84-year-old George Lee Brooks feels they finally have closure.

  • At a Safe Distance: EC man in Israel lives at edge of war

    As Israeli forces and Hamas militants wage battle in the Gaza Strip, an Elizabeth City man is living nearby in Jerusalem, where he says life is routine.

Sangha offers variety of disciplines

Kenny Johnson may have started out as a wrestler 30 years ago, but as things like mixed martial arts, parkour, Brazilian jiu jitsu, Victus and yoga have evolved, so has he.

A Legacy of Service

Sitting down with Yeoman First Class Linda Linders it’s easy to see why she is well thought of in and out of the Coast Guard community.

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