COA campuses’ economic impact varies

College of The Albemarle’s four campuses had an economic impact on the regional economy last fiscal year ranging from $95.8 to $1.1 million.

  • Sports calendar a scam, NHS warns biz

    Northeastern High School officials are warning local businesspeople to be wary of a scam that tries to get them to help sponsor a phony school sports calendar.

  • Sheriff: Man nabbed with 50 pounds of pot

    EDENTON — A Chowan County man is facing felony drug charges after having in his possession what the sheriff described as the largest amount of marijuana ever confiscated in Chowan County.

  • Ex-CIA chief Petraeus admits mishandling classified documents

    RALEIGH — Former CIA Director David Petraeus, whose once-bright political future was all but destroyed over an affair with his biographer, has agreed to plead guilty to sharing classified material with her, the Justice Department said Tuesday.

  • Pasquotank sheriff will not seek re-election in 2018

    With his wife now launched on a second career as Pasquotank clerk of court, Sheriff Randy Cartwright believes it’s time for him to start searching for a new career as well.

  • Impact of FCC ruling unclear

    If Elizabeth City and other municipalities across North Carolina want to get in the business of offering high-speed Internet, they’ve got support at the Federal Communications Commission.

Second Half Surprise: NHS recovers to outlast Warren Co.

Coaches might have lost track of time minutes before Northeastern’s boys basketball team was to take the court for its second round game of the 2A state playoffs.

Perquimans student gleans electricity from bacteria

HERTFORD — A Perquimans County High School student put bacteria to work making electricity and has won two different science competitions for it.

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