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September 22, 2018

Port Discover could reopen later this year, the head of a group working to save the children's science center said Friday.

Port Discover, located on Main Street in Elizabeth City’s downtown, closed last month due to a lack of funding. That shocked and disappointed many parents and educators…

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September 22, 2018

A story in Friday’s edition about the renovation work underway on the dome at the Pavilion at Elizabeth City’s Waterfront Park contained an error about when the former Albemarle Hospital opened its current site on North Road Street. The hospital opened at that site in 1958. Also,…

September 21, 2018

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September 21, 2018

An Elizabeth City man who suffers from a number of health conditions has been missing since Monday, the Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office says.

Michael William Wolfe, 63, of 606 Jessup Street was last seen at 8 a.m. on Monday leaving from his residence, the sheriff’s office said in a…

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September 21, 2018

The hand-crafted dome that sits atop the Pavilion at Waterfront Park is getting a face-lift for the first time in a decade.

The Elizabeth City Downtown, Inc. Board of Directors agreed to a partnership with the city of Elizabeth City on Thursday to split the $21,300 cost of restoring the dome. Under…

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September 21, 2018

Amber Goodyear was not in Wilmington when Hurricane Florence tore into her hometown with ferocious winds, violent storm surge and relentless rainfall — effectively turning the port city into an island cut off from the rest of the state.

Goodyear, a student at Mid-Atlantic Christian…

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September 21, 2018

EDENTON — Edenton officials notified water customers this week that the town’s drinking water is in violation of state law because it contains elevated levels of a chemical linked to bladder and other forms of cancer. 

The notice to Edenton’s 2,107 water customers follows an…

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September 20, 2018

In a surprising move, Albemarle Hopeline has apparently fired its director after less than four months on the job.

“We thank Mr. (Dwight) Decoskey for his service to this important organization,” Albemarle Hopeline President Robert Kelly-Goss said in a press release Thursday.

Kelly-Goss…

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September 20, 2018

The College of The Albemarle Foundation will hold its second annual Pork and Pearls extravaganza Saturday — but this year no one will be kissing a pig.

Although the pig-kissing was a centerpiece of last year’s Pork & Pearls, the focus this year — in addition to food and…

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September 20, 2018

HERTFORD — Quentin Jackson’s legal troubles continued last week, as a judge found the first-term Hertford town councilman guilty of trespassing on his cousin’s property.

District Court Judge Meader W. Harriss III found Jackson guilty of first-degree trespassing on Sept. 12.…

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