May 17, 2018

Elizabeth City City Council on Monday awarded a contract worth more than $600,000 to make sewer overflows a thing of the past around Parkview Drive.

Council voted unanimously to hire Enviro-Tech Unlimited Construction Services for $605,702 to complete the Parkview Interceptor Storm Resiliency…

May 16, 2018

Elizabeth City officials heard from an unhappy utility customer Monday night: Albemarle District Jail.

Jail Administrator Bob Jones and the jail’s attorney, Herbert Mullen, asked City Council to have the city waive almost $7,000 in demand charges added to the jail’s utility bill last…

May 03, 2018

North Carolina’s first lady, Kristin Cooper, saw firsthand Wednesday how Sheep-Harney Elementary School translates the arts emphasis of the A-plus school model into academic success for students.

Cooper, the wife of Gov. Roy Cooper, said she was impressed by the way teachers at Sheep-Harney…


May 03, 2018

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank school officials are asking Pasquotank commissioners for an additional $111,000 in local funding next year so the school district can offer all school employees a $100 salary supplement.

The Board of Education also voted at its budget work session Monday to make lighting…

May 02, 2018

Po­lice of­fi­cer va­can­cies are be­com­ing a “cri­sis” both in El­iz­a­beth City and across the state, City Man­ager Rich Ol­son told city coun­cilors this week.

Speaking during a budget work session, Olson reported that after…


April 30, 2018

Pasquotank County would show more leniency toward “dangerous dogs” but also expect pet owners to properly care for animals under new ordinances county officials are considering.

County Attorney Mike Cox Cox said last week he considers the county's dangerous dog ordinance, last…

April 29, 2018

After two failed attempts to get Pasquotank voters to approve a quarter-penny hike in the sales tax rate, Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education members say they’re confident the third effort to pass a referendum allowing the increase will pass.


April 27, 2018

Pasquotank County commissioners voted earlier this week to sell property the county owns in northern Currituck for $200,000.

In a 4-0 vote during a special meeting, commissioners agreed to accept a company’s offer for about one acre of property at 102 Lark Drive, which is near the Food…

April 26, 2018

A former superintendent of the Camden County Schools is serving as interim principal at Pasquotank County High School.

Melvin Hawkins, who retired from the Camden school district in April 2017, is filling the vacancy left by the departure of Bryan Ruffin, whose resignation took effect Feb. 19, a…


April 26, 2018

Connecting to Pasquotank County's water system would cost some customers more and others less, based on a fee schedule a consultant proposed to commissioners earlier this week.

In a special meeting, Walton Burkhimer, of American Engineering Associates, reported on how Pasquotank's tap fees need to…

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