Feature Photos: Downtown Wine Walk

The Center Society sponsored a Downtown Elizabeth City Wine (and Beer) Walk, Saturday.

  • Officials wonder why sand removal not treated the same as snow, ice

    Snow and sand both spill on state highways during storms, but some local officials say the difference in how the state pays for the cleanup is unfair.

  • Bill orders savings on power bill

    The state Senate is expected to vote today on legislation that would force Dominion NC Power and other utilities to share the savings they got from a tax cut last year with their customers.

  • Currituck County to be oldest in area

    CURRITUCK — Currituck will grow older than the rest of northeastern North Carolina over the next two decades.

  • COA OKs $192K in projects for E-Chowan, EC campuses

    College of The Albemarle hopes to soon undertake more than $192,000 in capital improvement projects on its Edenton-Chowan and Elizabeth City campuses that will replace doors and windows, upgrade bathroom facilities and repair heating and cooling systems.

  • Grant fund drying up for EC

    They don’t hand out infrastructure grants like they used to.

Just Keep Going: Eagles built for quick turnarounds

This kind of weather-induced push back in the postseason schedule could be a blessing in disguise for the Northeastern boys basketball team.

So little, so fragile: Family of Talynn Gurganus struggles with rare disorder

Taylor and Chad Gurganus are young parents who had no expectations about the birth of their daughter other than the typical 10 fingers, 10 toes.

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