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May 23, 2019

Dear College of The Albemarle Search Committee,

May 23, 2019

Friday evening, I interviewed Frances Inglis on her porch with her daughter Susan along with former county commissioner John Mitchener, who helped to arrange the meeting.

My intent was to learn more about the Lady of Water Street as well as some of the history of Edenton and Chowan County so that I…

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May 22, 2019

HERTFORD — The annual Biggs Golf Classic will be back this week at the Sound Golf Links at Albemarle Plantation.


May 20, 2019

CURRITUCK — A Corolla civic group has filed suit against Currituck County, challenging more than $40 million the county has spent in occupancy tax revenue on projects and services since 2004.

May 15, 2019

Let's say thanks to Denny O'Neill for being the first to step up to the plate for the support needed to restore iconic projects that have come to define Edenton.

After a hard fought battle with cancer, O'Neill, 75, died Tuesday morning, May 7, at his home on North Broad Street.

O'Neill's legacy…


May 15, 2019

With real estate trends always evolving, rural areas have to do what works best for them, say members of a national organization that helps communities revitalize their downtown areas.

For three days, members of the National Main Street Center Board recently met in Edenton, taking in the sights…


May 14, 2019

Counterpoint offered to STR discussion

Dear Editor,

I'd like to offer a counterpoint to the recent letter to the editor regarding Short Term Rentals (STRs) — published May 8, “Town residents urged to support short-term rentals,” by Bryan Bunn of Edenton.

In my opinion, the basic…

May 14, 2019

I have grave concerns about the constitutionality of Sen. Harry Browns Bill, SB 377 which will if passed ban wind energy development in over 40 counties in eastern North Carolina, many of which are Tier 1 counties in desperate need of economic development and revenue.

May 14, 2019

The following is a personal opinion and should not be implied as an endorsement of any candidate.

May 08, 2019

The votes have been counted for the 3rd Congressional District primary, so the end is beginning to be in sight for whoever emerges on top to fill the vacancy left in the wake of Congressman Walter B. Jones Jr.'s death.

We predict that this is not going to be an easy campaign to wage for Republicans…

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