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November 15, 2018 - 30 minutes ago

The local employment office on Wednesday reached out to veterans in the Harbor of Hospitality looking for work by bringing business representatives to the Veterans of Foreign Affairs Post 6060 for a job fair.

Marcus Cutrell, the veterans employment representative at the N.C. Works Career Center in…

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November 15, 2018 - 30 minutes ago

A grant for nearly $600,000 will allow Elizabeth City State University to continue its support for a program that helps students prepare for a doctoral studies in biomedical sciences. 

ECSU biology professor Hirendranath Banerjee heads the program, which has received a National Institutes of…

November 15, 2018 - 30 minutes ago

The Elizabeth City City Council took a “baby step” towards opening a new homeless shelter Tuesday night, but only after a tense debate and arguments over whether racial bias factored into opposition to the facility.

In a 4-3 vote, councilors approved asking Pasquotank County to lease…

November 14, 2018

A student’s comment about shooting up a school was made to other students during a break between classes, and not during a classroom discussion, as a previous report indicated.  

An unnamed student at the Northeast Academy of Aerospace and Advanced Technologies is receiving…

November 14, 2018

HERTFORD — A Hertford town councilman widely seen as a moderating influence on other members of the town’s governing board announced Tuesday he’ll be stepping down on Jan. 1.

Archie Aples, who also serves as the council’s mayor pro tem, didn’t say why he’ll be…

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November 14, 2018

HERTFORD — A Hertford town councilman widely seen as a moderating influence on other members of the town’s governing board announced Tuesday he’ll be stepping down on Jan. 1.

Archie Aples, who also serves as the council’s mayor pro tem, didn’t say why he’ll be…

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November 14, 2018

Although the educational institution that became Elizabeth City State University was founded in 1891 to educate black teachers and had an all-black faculty and staff for decades, all the trustees were white until 1949.

ECSU history professor Glen Bowman described some of the history and politics…

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November 14, 2018

Pasquotank County elec­tion of­fi­cials have agreed to allow an ad­di­tional 95 bal­lots to be counted in the Nov. 6 elec­tion — enough to af­fect the out­come of two close races: one for county com­mis­sioner, the other for school board.

The…

November 14, 2018

Port Discover's new executive director says she's aiming to reopen downtown Elizabeth City’s hands-on science center for kids in January.

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November 14, 2018

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