Elizabeth City officials are looking at ways to further crack down on blight, following city councilors calling for stepped-up enforcement last week.
Utility disconnections are declining in Elizabeth City, thanks largely to milder weather and reduced electrical use, City Manager Rich Olson said last week.
State prison officials have released the names of the 10 prison employees injured in an attempted prison break from Pasquotank Correctional Institution on Thursday.
Elizabeth City City Council will consider awarding $30,000 in Community Support Grants later this month, offering support to causes ranging from therapy for abused children and home repairs for the needy to helping keep the lights on for nonprofits that help the poor.
Several county residents have already expressed interest in replacing Mayor-elect Bettie Parker on the Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners, county Democratic Party Chairwoman Treva Gregory said Thursday.
Another top official in the Pasquotank Sheriff’s Office said he plans to run for sheriff when the filing period for next year’s election opens in February.
With election day looming on Tuesday, candidates for Elizabeth City mayor and city council were out in force for the last day of early voting on Saturday.
Saturday is the final day of early voting for Tuesday’s mayoral and city council election in Elizabeth City.
The N.C. Association of County Commissioners will help Pasquotank County find its next county manager.
Sentara Healthcare will close a Pasquotank County-owned medical facility in Kitty Hawk in December, forcing many Outer Banks residents to go elsewhere for basic health services like primary care and orthopedics.