Big Daddy’s Wash

Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyThurgood, a mixed breed Boxer/English Bulldog, makes faces as his owner Alden Hoggard uses a hairdryer on him at the Dog Wash at Big Daddy’s Wash World on Capital Trace, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.

  • Camden delays decision on storm debris site

    CAMDEN — One more hurricane season will pass before Camden commissioners decide if land bought six years ago for a new high school may be used to collect storm debris.

  • From AP: McCrory legal bills reach $301K in voter ID case

    RALEIGH— Conservative Christians vowed Tuesday to fight to keep marriage in North Carolina between a man and a woman, despite Attorney General Roy Cooper’s unwillingness to defend a state law that defines it as such and a judicial trend striking down similar limits elsewhere.

  • Jury clears man in murder case

    An Elizabeth City man may have driven a murder suspect from the crime scene, but he was not an accessory to first-degree murder, a Pasquotank Superior Court jury determined Tuesday.

  • Nelms, Payment face off in Currituck

    CURRITUCK —Both candidates for the District 3 seat on the Currituck Board of Commissioners this fall agree the county needs lower taxes and new leadership.

  • State to consider EC aviation charter school

    A proposed Elizabeth City STEM charter school focused on teaching students skills in aviation and other advanced technologies is one of 40 that state officials will be studying for possible approval next year.

Not Invincible: In defeat, NHS sees beatable First Flight

Northeastern boys soccer coach Michael Ratzlaff and his players believe First Flight is beatable, but the question is whether the Eagles can do it. On Monday, the answer was no.

ECSU aviation students intern with NCDOT

Through teaching, they furthered their learning. Two Elizabeth City State University aviation science majors expanded their own understanding of their field as they taught local high-schoolers about aviation over the summer.

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