Light snowfall expected in EC area

Area residents may wake up early today to a light dusting of snow on the ground, courtesy the fringes of a massive blizzard slamming the Northeast.

  • Olson: No plan for electric rate cut yet

    Elizabeth City utility customers are expected to see lower electric rates this year as a result of Duke Energy Progress’ buyout of the N.C. Eastern Municipal Power Agency’s shares in four power plants.

  • DOT: Bridge must start before bonus

    CURRITUCK — Currituck may have to wait until after construction begins on the Mid-Currituck Bridge to collect a $100 million “bonus allocation” toward another highway project.

  • Biz, gov’t leaders weigh in on schools chief search

    Besides being knowledgeable about education, local business leaders and government officials say the next superintendent of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools needs to be someone who’s inclusive, communicative and solutions-driven.

  • Sheriff: Credle’s death result of suicide

    The death of a prominent local attorney has been ruled a suicide, Pasquotank County Sheriff Randy Cartwright said Monday.

  • With snow projected, school opening delayed

    CURRITUCK — With early morning snowfall predicted, at least one area school district has already announced plans to delay the start of school on Tuesday.

Behind the Mask: Robeson latest in line of Camden ballers

CAMDEN — Fright Nights give Zach Robeson a chance to hide behind a mask and scare people.

Students air their skills in Glider Challenge

The gym at River Road Middle School became a flight testing zone on Jan. 15, as students in the school’s eSTEaM program took part in the Glider Challenge.

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