New manager to begin operations at ECSU bookstore

The same company that manages bookstores on more than 1,000 college campuses, including Wake Forest University, Fayetteville State University, Meredith College and College of The Albemarle, has been hired to manage Elizabeth City State University’s bookstore.

  • Debate rages over Olson firing attempt

    Sparks from last month’s controversial attempt to fire Elizabeth City City Manager Rich Olson flared up in city council chambers Monday night, as Mayor Joe Peel and City Councilor Montravias King doubled down on their cases for and against the manager.

  • COA $50M facilities plan envisions 9 buildings

    A draft of a new facilities master plan for College of The Albemarle envisions construction of nine new buildings, including two on the Elizabeth City campus, over the next six years at a cost of $50 million.

  • Man gets probation for sex liberties with child

    CURRITUCK — A former transportation coordinator for the Currituck County Schools has been sentenced to probation after confessing to engaging in sexual misconduct with an 8-year-old child nearly eight years ago.

  • Speakers blast city council, Olson

    Local residents chided Elizabeth City City Council Monday night, accusing councilors of fomenting “discord” and “embarrassment” in the community.

  • Currituck may legalize biz outdoor gun ranges

    CURRITUCK — A proposed rule-change in Currituck may allow shooting clubs and gun shops to offer outdoor target practice to customers.

Little Big League: ElCiPaCa opens youth play Monday

One by one, players, coaches and parents filed into South Park Sports Complex to begin another season of baseball, softball and T-ball.

Ernest Sutton: God, Family, and Community

The Bishop Ernest Sutton is a man many people know and respect. A retired prison administrator for the state of North Carolina, Sutton is also the pastor of Faithway Apostolic Church.

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