Locals cheer CG City designation

To say Betty Meggs was elated Friday afternoon after Elizabeth City officially became a Coast Guard City would be an understatement.

  • Charter school’s first students are selected

    Rachel Benton teared up with happiness when her 12-year-old son’s number was drawn toward the end of the eighth-grade lottery Friday evening.

  • Sheriff busts meth lab, man charged

    CURRITUCK – A Currituck County man is facing drug charges after the sheriff’s department shut down a meth lab it claims the man was operating on Knotts Island last fall.

  • Bicyclist injured in collision with car on N. Road St.

    Elizabeth City police are investigating an accident late Friday afternoon involving a bicyclist and a motorist on North Road Street near City Road United Methodist Church.

  • VIDEO: Zukunft: USCG, EC 'one and the same’

    The commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard officially declared Elizabeth City a Coast Guard City on Friday, saying he regretted the designation hadn’t been made sooner.

  • Camden budget spends less than schools sought

    CAMDEN — Camden may dig deeper into its pockets for the county schools next year, but the amount is still likely to fall short of what the school district is asking.

Temps, scores rise in second round

HERTFORD — As The Sound Golf Links course baked in the sun on Friday, the greens got firmer and faster, and that was just one of the challenges facing golfers during the second round of the Biggs Cadillac-Buick-GMC Open.

Music, food and fun on the bay: Edenton's annual Water and Music Fest

EDENTON — When you attend Edenton’s Water and Music Fest at Colonial Park Saturday, don’t be confused by the sight of people doing the “downward facing dog” on paddleboards in Edenton Bay.

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