Business: Banker returns to Wells Fargo to serve the region

Wells Fargo has a new chief Elizabeth City executive whose roots are on the Outer Banks and whose father was once a banker in eastern North Carolina.

  • City candidates to face the voters

    To help Elizabeth City residents cast informed votes in the Oct. 6 municipal election, The Daily Advance will host two candidate forums next month.

  • Atkinson, Cobey to attend STEM charter event

    Both the state superintendent of schools and the chairman of the State Board of Education are scheduled to be among the speakers Monday at the formal ribbon-cutting and kickoff event for the regional STEM charter school in Elizabeth City.

  • Animal shelter changes coming

    CURRITUCK — Currituck is promoting an animal control supervisor to run the county’s $2.5 million animal shelter after it is built this fall.

  • Young entrepreneurs learn business, life skills

    Several Elizabeth City girls learned this summer that entrepreneurship can turn dreams into reality, thanks to a new program from the National Council of Negro Women.

  • Ferry study meetings scheduled

    The N.C. Department of Transportation’s Ferry Division will host two public meetings — on Monday in Ocracoke and Tuesday in Hatteras — on the the feasibility of passenger-only ferry service between Hatteras and Ocracoke Village, The meetings are:

Friday Football: Strong second half propels Eagles to win — w/videos

Another shaky first half performance by Northeastern was compounded by an injury Friday night.

History of Elizabeth City State University reveals 'untold’ story

The story of Elizabeth City State University is a story of resilience. It is a story of struggle, and also one of victory.

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