February 20, 2019
What book series, first published in 1998, became one of the most popular fiction series of all time? That’s easy! The Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling.
Of course, if you are a fan of the series, you know that Muggles are people who don’t recognize any magical abilities in themselves.…
February 14, 2019
EDENTON — Edenton police are investigating the death of a man they say was a homicide victim.
January 22, 2019
EDENTON — The Rev. William T. Davis urged Chowan County residents attending the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in Edenton on Monday to be better stewards of their time, by picking the right tables at which to sit.
January 21, 2019
EDENTON — It’s been nearly a year since Edenton officials agreed to sell the town’s Conger building, but a Raleigh developer still has not moved forward with buying it for a brew pub project.
Town Council voted 4-1 in March 2018 to sell the building, also known as the former…
December 19, 2018
BETHEL – Last week, we talked about Glenn Pangelinan, a warrior turned chef.
Though that story was interesting, particularly as Pangelinan cooks French cuisine at 1775 American Bistro that he owns with his wife Anna Robertson outside Hertford, we only touched base with the “back story.…
December 12, 2018
BETHEL – Every now and then, a reporter comes across a story that … well … you can't wait to write.
Such is the case of Glenn Pangelinan, a warrior turned chef who cooks French cuisine. Really, how does that happen!?
How does a guy whose been running and gunning in hotspots all…
December 11, 2018
The Vidant Health Care float is decorated with a kayak and other water vessels Saturday during the Edenton Christmas Parade.
November 30, 2018
EDENTON — Edenton officials are hoping to persuade both Chowan County and the Edenton-Chowan Schools to keep John A. Holmes High School inside the town limits.
November 28, 2018
Former Editor’s note: This vignette that recently appeared in St. Paul’s weekly newsletter was too good not to share. This missive, originally written by Richard Dillard Dixon and published from the St. Paul’s Messenger in March of 1943, explains why there is that small gateway in…