Answering the call: Volunteers help victims rebuild

Volunteer work teams coordinated by state Methodists and Baptists are making headway repairing, rebuilding and replacing homes damaged or destroyed in three area counties by tornadoes last April.

  • Churches host volunteers helping storm victims rebuild

    EDENTON — While volunteers with the N.C. Baptist Men and United Methodist Disaster Response teams have been busy helping area residents rebuild from last spring’s tornadoes, area churches have been pitching in hosting the volunteers.

  • Advance on holiday schedule

    The Daily Advance will be operating on a holiday-hour schedule Wednesday and Thursday.Our building will close to walk-in customers at 3 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

  • Camden rejects private EMS bid

    Editor’s note: Our annual countdown of the top local news stories in 2014 continues.

  • Solar, wind projects to pay higher fee

    Pasquotank County has taken steps to charge renewable energy companies more for reviewing their projects — something county commissioners hope will recoup the county’s true costs of permitting solar and wind farms.

  • Church Street paving to start Jan. 6

    Elizabeth City officials are delaying work to complete the resurfacing of Church Street until early next month.

All-Area Girls Cross Country: Continuing a Dover tradition — and more

Christmas on Main is Sunday at AOA

Three children on stage rehearsing their parts for Sunday’s Christmas on Main holiday revue at Arts of the Albemarle fidget excitedly, giggling as they run through their lines.

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