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March 16, 2019

Jennifer Chappell had always enjoyed crafting, but she didn’t always have a passion for string art.

Chappell said she first discovered string art — the art of arranging thread or yarn between points on a fixed base to form a geometric pattern or design — until she was looking for…

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March 15, 2019

I thought the Grammy tribute to Aretha Franklin Sunday night was a real treat.

Jennifer Hudson stole the show with the opening performance but it continued to be very good throughout.

It was encouraging to see so many younger performers showing respect for someone who paved the way for them. In…


March 15, 2019

I have a thick stand of Mexican petunia next to a couple of the greenhouses at school. The plants have been established for close to 20 years. This past week we replaced the plastic covering on one of the houses, and I didn’t realize the job it would be.

I’ve replaced plastic dozens of…

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March 13, 2019

Currituck Middle School

March 13, 2019

The Northeast Academy for Aerospace and Advanced Technologies' For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Robotics Competition and FIRST LEGO League participated in the inaugural FIRST Legislative Showcase held at the N.C. Museum of Natural History on Feb. 27.

Students shared their…


March 13, 2019

Elizabeth City Middle School

March 13, 2019

Camden Intermediate School

2nd Nine Weeks

Grade 4

A Honor Roll

Juliette Alcocer, Dawson Berkoben, Marissa Berry, Oliver Bryant, Harmony Cartwright, Trevor Dowd, Parker Gallop, Rylee Garrett, Tristan Gordon, Adam Gregory, Emma Hendricks, Nalani Jackson…

March 10, 2019

Eastern North Carolina is no stranger to historic landmarks. There's plenty of history to mark, beginning with the foundations of the nation, through revolution and and civil war to all the important people who lived or did something memorable here.

We like our historical roots in the Albemarle.…


March 10, 2019

There will be many artifacts on display at the Museum of the Albemarle’s Blue Lodges of the Albemarle exhibit, but perhaps the most riveting item for historians and visitors is a replica of a chair.

What is so significant about this chair is that it is believed that George Washington may have…


March 10, 2019

The North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program in Judicial District 1 in collaboration with numerous other groups, individuals and organizations conducted a food drive, collecting peanut butter and jelly to stock area food pantries.

Among those involved with GAL are: Sandy Cross Baptist Church,…

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