The number of Pasquotank County residents overdosing on opioids has risen so rapidly in recent weeks, local first-responders are having trouble keeping supplies of the drug used to reverse an overdose’s effects, local law enforcement officials said.
Just four months into the year, 70…
MOYOCK — Kurt Watson is very interested in finding out what Currituck County leaders have planned for the Moyock community he’s called home the past 16 years.
That’s why Watson, a 52-year-old paint sales representative who works in Chesapeake, Virginia, attended last week’s…
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s understaffed prisons remain a dangerous place for employees six months after the bloodiest escape attempt in state history left four workers dead, according to agency data and separate case reports.
About three dozen workers at the state’s correctional…
Pasquotank County officials are still early in their budget planning for next year, but are hoping to bring in enough revenue to pay for both employee raises and a bump in health insurance costs — all without seeking an increase in the property tax rate.
Retaining membership and helping members by staying relevant in a changing, digitally-focused business environment are some of the priorities set by the new leader of the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce.
College of The Albemarle isn't asking Pasquotank County for more money this year, though it is asking the county to continue its $500,000-a-year commitment to catch up on a backlog of maintenance projects at the community college.
An official who helps oversee three NCWorks career centers in the Albemarle region said businesses looking to hire today want applicants with basic soft skills.
CURRITUCK — Proceeding with a proposal to make Currituck a “unified” city-county government might bring the county an additional $1 million a year in state revenues. However, it also could spark citizen outrage and create political division in some areas of the county, an expert on Currituck’s previous bid for unified government says.
WINDSOR — The Bertie County Board of Elections has ruled a sheriff’s candidate ineligible to run in the May 8 primary, determining he is not a county resident because of a residence he still maintains in another county.