Season Kickoff

Season Kickoff

  • District lets go 9 teacher assistants

    Citing the uncertainty over continued state funding, the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has let go nine of its 39 teacher assistants paid with state dollars.

  • Women’s voting equality celebrated

    The words of America’s greatest suffragettes echoed from Waterfront Park in Elizabeth City Wednesday as the local League of Women Voters celebrated the 95th anniversary of women securing the right to vote.

  • Agency wants Pasquotank to become ‘Work Ready Community’

    The Northeastern Workforce Development Board is seeking Pasquotank County businesses’ recognition to make the county a “Certified Work Ready Community.”At the invitation of Mayor Joe Peel, officials with the 10-county economic development agency presented the program to the Elizabeth City City Council earlier this week, along with a recently started Working Smart program focusing on interpersonal skills.

  • CamTech to seek early college approval

    CAMDEN — CamTech High School is proceeding with plans to become an early college high school next school year, but the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has decided to delay seeking a similar program until the 2017-18 school year.

  • Police to get 30 body cameras

    Elizabeth City police officers’ interactions with the public will soon be captured on video by body cameras.

Saturday Scrimmage: QB battle on tap for Meet the Vikings

Some traditions were meant for Saturdays.After a one-year stint on Friday, the Meet the Vikings scrimmage returns to Saturday evening.

EC native brings new twist: One Up Two Down features Small on double bass

That old time music: The stuff that comes from a long tradition of Scottish fiddle playing, Appalachian culture and the social life of hard scrabble men and women is at the center of what the trio One Up Two Down says is their passion. 

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