Currituck board: Give dog back to owner

CURRITUCK — Currituck commissioners want a dog returned to a Weeksville man who lost the animal when the county’s animal shelter allowed someone else to adopt it.

  • Child critical after nearly drowning

    A toddler was in critical condition at Albemarle Hospital Tuesday evening after nearly drowning in a backyard pool in Pasquotank County, an emergency official said.

  • Records: Butterfield served in Army

    One of U.S. House Rep. G.K. Butterfield’s Democratic primary opponents has accused the congressman of falsifying his military service, but a top government records official said Tuesday Butterfield did in fact serve in the U.S. Army in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

  • Sheriff investigating after 3 malnourished horses found

    The Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after three malnourished horses were found in a local pasture, and one of the horses had to be destroyed.

  • GOP Senate hopefuls trade few barbs

    DAVIDSON — The candidate in North Carolina’s Republican Senate primary with backing from the party’s Washington establishment came under little direct criticism Tuesday night as his top rivals had their first real chance to challenge him face to face.

  • Currituck approves Moyock Crossing

    CURRITUCK — Rural Moyock just got a little more urban than what some residents say they prefer.

ALL THE INNINGS: Pirates walk their way to title in extras

CAMDEN — In a display of outstanding pitching from both teams, Perquimans scored the lone run of the game on a bases-loaded walk in the 11th inning to defeat Currituck and win the Albemarle Easter Tournament.

‘8-Track’ celebrates the music of the ’70s

You may still have an 8-track tape in a forgotten box in your attic under your tie dyed shirt and plaid bell bottom pants. You don’t need to dust off the relic.

  • Spend an evening with jazz great Sean Jones

    Jazz trumpeter Sean Jones’s original compositions are, he says, informed by the life he leads.

  • Currituck High’s Honor Court raises integrity awareness

    CURRITUCK — The number of Honor Court cases at Currituck County High School decreased from 17 last school year to just one so far this school year, so Honor Court members decided to focus on raising awareness of what integrity means.

  • Port Discover: Eco-friendly homes could answer your future housing needs

    If you were going to build a new home for your family with money not being a factor, would it be an extreme home?

  • Victorian Expo is a Steampunk happening

    At the Victorian Exposition in downtown Elizabeth City, the characters you will see look odd in that time travel sort of way.

  • Earth Day Fest makes green fun

    For the third year in a row, Port Discover will be ushering in springtime, featuring outdoor fun and environmental education with its annual Earth Day Festival, held this year on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mariner’s Wharf in downtown Elizabeth City.

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