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EMS eyes $1.2M in lost income

Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Medical Services is forecasting a $1.2 million loss in income next year that will force counties to pay more for the agency’s emergency care and transport services.

  • Sentara to open new physician’s office in Moyock

    MOYOCK – Norfolk, Va.-based Sentara Healthcare is extending its reach into northeastern North Carolina again with plans for a new doctor’s office in Moyock.

  • Vision 2020: Marina best idea for waterfront

    To really make waves for downtown Elizabeth City, the city’s waterfront needs a full-service marina, according to the Vision 2020 waterfront team.

  • 2 nabbed after Camden bank robbed

    CAMDEN — Two Virginia Beach residents were in custody Thursday evening, charged with the afternoon robbery of a bank in Camden County.

  • Grandy woman wins $150K in new lottery game

    CURRITUCK — A Currituck County woman has won $150,000 playing the N.C. Education Lottery’s new Caesars game, becoming the first winner to claim the game’s top prize.

  • EC bicyclist critical after hit by motorist

    An Elizabeth City man was in critical condition Thursday at a Virginia hospital, a day after his bicycle was struck by a car on Halstead Boulevard.

Knights’ duo combines for 7 RBIs in win

Currituck 13 Pasquotank 3 BARCO — It wasn’t the start that Currituck coach Justin Hill wanted to see out of his baseball team, but his players ultimately got the job done.

  • Duke freshman Jabari Parker declares for NBA draft

    Jabari Parker is hoping to become Duke’s latest one-and-done star to become the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft.

  • Mike Sweeney spring tip: Micro baits for macro fish

    This time of year the fishing is really turning on, and one of the best spring techniques is to throw small baits.

  • Where to play? ECSU-COA partnership not popular

    There are differences of opinion when it comes to a permanent home for Elizabeth City’s two college baseball teams.

  • Markham to take mat for ODU

    After a stellar four-year wrestling career capped off by a trip to the 132-pound 2A state wrestling final, Northeastern standout Josh Markham has signed to wrestle in college for Old Dominion.

  • Pirates get Love at tailback

    GREENVILLE — Perhaps the tallest obstacle to be scaled at any college football spring practice is a walk-on garnering significant attention from his coaches.

There will be Easels in the Garden and on Porches, too

EDENTON — Since its unveiling two years ago, Easels in the Gardens has worked to be as family friendly as possible.

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