The College of The Albemarle Foundation will soon demolish a building, the former Verizon store site, near Ehringhaus and Water Street intersection, with plans to sell the tract.
The small brick building and the site it’s situated on are property of the COA Foundation, and the foundation for…
Falling prices for crops such as corn and soybeans have been the single biggest cause of declines in farm income, according to area crop experts.
The trend of declining farm income is among the information found in the recent report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture on the results of the 2017…
Dare County officials are bullish on College of The Albemarle, Bob Woodard told his fellow COA trustees last week.
Woodard, a Dare County commissioner and trustee of COA, said in a presentation to the COA Board of Trustees meeting last Tuesday that he and the other county commissioners are working…
YMCA officials last week cited what’s happening in South Boston, Virginia, as an example of the kind of community support they hope to garner in Elizabeth City for the YMCA at the Pines.
The North Carolina Potato Festival — downtown Elizabeth City's signature event — is less than a month away, and it's poised to once again offer a jam-packed weekend of family fun.
Pasquotank County commissioners have agreed to revisit a proposed ban on hunters allowing their dogs to roam on private property without written permission from the landowner.
A panel established to encourage excellence in the Elizabeth City State University Education Department plans a thoroughgoing assessment of the university’s teacher education program.
Next weekend, Jeffery Hall — the self-named “E City Runner” — hopes to both complete his first marathon and raise at least $1,000 in the fight against childhood cancer and pediatric diseases.
Five of the 26 candidates seeking to be the next representative from the 3rd Congressional District have residences outside the district that includes all or parts of 17 counties in eastern North Carolina.
A new agriculture report shows most Albemarle counties experienced declines in soybean and corn sales that mirrored declines statewide from 2012 to 2017.