It’s been nearly a year since we said Donald Trump was not fit to be president and never would be fit to be this nation’s commander in chief. Trump’s four months in office, in particular the past 13 days, have done nothing to convince us otherwise. If anything, they’ve only…
There aren't many issues that affect every North Carolina county the way that public education does.
College of The Albemarle trustees face a tough but important decision on the new agriculture program college officials hope to roll out in fall 2018: Where to base it.
In the last several elections, North Carolina voters have handed over to the Republican Party veto-proof majorities in both the N.C. House and Senate, and for the period Jan. 2013, to Jan. 2017, put in office Republican Gov. Pat McCory, securing GOP control over the state's political and legislative infrastructure.
The first step to fixing any mistake, as anyone who’s ever made and survived one knows, is admitting you’ve made it.
Currituck's Outer Banks has a well-deserved reputation for its alluring beaches, relative isolation and peaceful resort atmosphere.
We’d like to thank Assistant District Attorney Kyle Jones for demonstrating exactly why state lawmakers should have left state law the way it was and not mandated, starting next year, that candidates for district and superior court judge run with a party label beside their name on the ballot.
As polarized as the political landscape has been for our state and national legislative bodies, any compromise between governing parties seems like a victory for the public.
Regardless of whether you’re talking about the grand scale of the universe or the small scale of everyday life, real change doesn’t come about without some disruption to the existing order of things.
The last five years have been anything but smooth for students, faculty and staff at Elizabeth City State University.