River Road Middle School, which will begin a school reform plan starting July 1, will have a new principal when the new school year begins in August.
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education has approved Superintendent Larry Cartner's recommendation to hire Adrian Fonville as River…
Electrical rates would fall and motor vehicle taxes would go up, but property tax rates would remain the same under Elizabeth City City Manager Rich Olson’s proposed spending plan for next year.
Thomas Perez (right) and Marco Tulio Hernandez Cruz mix mortar and lay brick for the new landscaping wall along East Elizabeth Street, Thursday.
Elizabeth City staffers were distrustful of the city's new utility billing software, sought tech support for minor issues and maybe even hoped the software would fail, according to a report from a technical consultant the city hired last year.
A record number of 4-Hers are participating in the annual 72nd Albemarle Area Livestock Show and Sale this week.
City councilors have rejected setting spending restrictions on fixes to Elizabeth City's utility billing problems — fixes the city manager said Monday could cost at least $30,000 in personnel expenses alone.
Asking Pasquotank commissioners to keep their promise from last year to “do more” for the local schools, Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools officials asked the county Monday for $17.2 million in local funding next year — a more than $4 million increase from what the county…
Elizabeth City’s customer service office at City Hall will reopen Tuesday morning as planned, though a major transfer of utility customer data may not be completed by then, City Manager Rich Olson said Friday.
Elizabeth City is T-minus one month to the North Carolina Potato Festival.