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Is county’s homebuilding drought over? 2 residential developments OK’d

A long drought of new homebuilding in Pasquotank County may be coming to an end, following county commissioners’ approval last week of two new residential developments totaling 79 lots.

  • Ex-teacher charged with having sex with student

    CURRITUCK — A former teacher has been charged with taking indecent liberties with a student while she was employed at Currituck County High School.

  • Decision near on precinct closings

    State Board of Elections Executive Director Kim Strach may soon decide whether half of Elizabeth City’s polling places should be closed, a state elections board spokesman said Tuesday.

  • 4 teachers of year on charter school staff

    Four current or past teachers of the year are among the staff hired to teach at Elizabeth City’s first-ever charter school during its inaugural year.

  • 17 cited at Camden license checkpoint

    CAMDEN — The Camden County Sheriff’s Office and the N.C. Highway Patrol issued 17 citations at a license checkpoint last week, more than half of them to motorists driving despite having their license revoked.

  • Ohio school leader is next Currituck schools superintendent

    CURRITUCK — A former school teacher and principal for the Currituck County Schools will be coming back to the district as the next superintendent.

Coastland to Copeland: Even round enough for two-time winner

Results show that Jason Copeland is a two-time winner of the Coastland Invitational in a four-year period, but they also show how tough it’s been for him to take the title.

Class of 1965 celebrates 50 years

In 50 years, a lot of life is lived and there are many stories to tell.

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