September 23, 2018
CAMDEN — The Camden County Board of Education has taken steps to make up two days of school lost before and after Hurricane Florence’s arrival in the state.
Other area school districts, however, are taking a wait-and-see…
September 22, 2018
CAMDEN — The self-styled “up and coming” country music duo Dixie Jade brought their songs, stories and brass-tacks insider knowledge about the music business to a class of music students at Camden County High School on Friday.
The duo of Andrea Crisalli and Dominique Ruiz talked…
August 24, 2018
CAMDEN — Camden commissioners will hold a special meeting next week to decide whether to grant a contract for wastewater treatment upgrades at the county's commerce park.
August 10, 2018
CAMDEN — The Camden County Heritage Museum recently welcomed its 1,000th visitor — and fittingly, his name was Camden.
The story is too good to have been made up, as Camden County Heritage Museum volunteer Brian Forehand has relished telling people since Camden Spence of Raleigh…
August 10, 2018
Camden County officials celebrated a life-saving donation from Firehouse Subs on Thursday, thanking the sandwich chain for giving the county nearly $20,000 worth of defibrillators.
July 19, 2018
Local emergency medical services personnel and certified athletic trainers from Pasquotank, Camden, Perquimans and Gates county high schools took part in athletic-related medical simulations at Northeastern High School on Wednesday morning.
July 13, 2018
CAMDEN – A former Principal of the Year for the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has been tapped as the new principal at Camden Middle School.
LeVar Mizelle, a former principal at River Road Middle School who worked this past year as an assistant principal at Pasquotank County…
July 11, 2018
CAMDEN — Amber Davis not only will be principal at both Camden Early College and Camden County High School this coming year. She’ll also head a group that will study ways the two schools can work together most effectively.
“I’m very excited,” Davis said. “I think…
July 10, 2018
CAMDEN — Dismal Swamp State Park will host a bike ride later this month to the site of the last wildfire in the swamp.
Billed the “Bike to the Burn,” the round-trip ride Sunday, July 22, will be led by Ranger Joe Hyatt and cover roughly 16 miles. The trip will be entirely…
July 07, 2018
CAMDEN — Camden County is considering joining a national lawsuit that accuses opioid companies of fraud and causing a “public nuisance” in driving a deadly epidemic of the drugs' abuse.
Camden County Attorney John Morrison said Thursday he will propose the county join the…