November 13, 2018
CURRITUCK – A businessman’s efforts to secure Currituck County Commission approval for a convenience store and business complex in the Barco area were turned back recently.
November 11, 2018
POWELLS POINT — The Currituck Chamber of Commerce honored two small businesses with its top awards Thursday night, but its Citizen of the Year Award went to a Currituck resident who helped save a county landmark from disappearing.
November 08, 2018
SHILOH — Former Sheriff Tony Perry said Thursday the Camden County Sheriff’s Office’s new firing range will provide much-needed training opportunities for the agency’s deputies.
Perry, who retired earlier this year, was the keynote speaker at a ribbon-cutting and…
November 06, 2018
CURRITUCK — Currituck officials are putting the design and construction of the county’s new $18 million public safety center into familiar hands.
November 05, 2018
CAMDEN — Ready on the left? Ready on the right? Ready on the firing line.
That’s a shooting range command that Camden deputies no longer have to travel outside the county to hear.
The Camden County Sheriff’s Office will hold a ceremonial ribbon cutting at 11 a.m.…
October 30, 2018
Assault charges filed against Hertford Town Councilman Sid Eley were dropped by the District Attorney’s office Monday, according to Quentin Jackson who made the claim.
October 22, 2018
CAMDEN — Although Clarence Jennings enjoys raising sheep, he sees the business of sheep-raising as a means to an end.
Jennings, 66, says the real value of what he does as a Camden livestock producer comes from seeing its impact on his chief customers: the children whose families buy his sheep…
October 22, 2018
CAMDEN — The six candidates seeking three seats on the Camden Board of Education advocate different approaches to school safety ranging from upgrading door locks to arming teachers who are trained and willing to assist with school security.
School safety is a constant concern in Camden…
October 21, 2018
Pasquotank County commissioners have tentatively agreed on a new, anti-flooding ordinance — though they agreed with county staff that the new floodplain maps driving the ordinance are “inaccurate” and understate some homeowners' risks.
October 18, 2018
COLUMBIA – The Wildcats fell to Bear Grass Charter in Friday's home conference game 46-18.
A Wildcats fumble in the first quarter led to a drive that ended with the Bears scoring the first touchdown near the nine minute mark. Pumped by the touchdown, a two-point conversion post more points on…