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December 30, 2017

A former secretary of the N.C. Department of Public Safety is returning to the department to replace a high-ranking official who stepped down after the murders of four correctional employees at Pasquotank Correctional Institution.

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December 29, 2017

A spokeswoman for Outer Banks homebuilders and real estate professionals is blasting both a proposed statewide insurance rate hike for homeowners and the way state Department of Insurance officials have informed the public about it.


December 29, 2017

Editor’s note: Our review of the top stories of 2017 continues. 

It's rare to see change without tumult, but Elizabeth City did just that in October 2017 when it elected four new city councilors and the city's first female mayor.

Earlier this month, Mayor Bettie Parker assumed office…


December 29, 2017


December 28, 2017

CURRITUCK — The N.C. Court of Ap­peals last week over­turned Cur­rituck County’s de­nial of a pro­posed so­lar farm, agree­ing with the farm’s de­vel­op­ers who claimed the project should have been al­lowed to move for­ward.

In a…

December 28, 2017

Midway through the first year of implementing reform models at four schools, the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education is slated to receive detailed reports on the reform’s progress at its first meeting of the new year.

Sharon Warden, chairwoman of the Board of Education, said in a…

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December 28, 2017

Editor’s note: Our review of the top stories of 2017 continues.

In 2017, solar and wind power facilities faced storm clouds and headwinds in northeastern North Carolina, where residents and elected officials alike opposed their rapid growth.

Moratoriums, permit denials and stricter zoning…


December 28, 2017

Although a slight chance of snow or sleet has been forecast for the Outer Banks area beginning Sunday night, the main weather trend to watch for the next week is the threat of severe cold, according to N.C. Emergency Management officials.

No precipitation is expected in the Elizabeth City area,…

December 28, 2017

Children’s programs, the Red Cross’ disaster relief program, and Albemarle Hopeline’s domestic violence shelter are among this year’s recipients of more than $80,000 in grant funding from the Elizabeth City Foundation.

The foundation awarded 10 grants to area nonprofits…

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December 28, 2017

Elizabeth City State University is giving renewed attention to faculty mentoring of students — citing the practice as a strength of the university’s past that can work in the present.

Provost Vann Newkirk said in a Dec. 12 presentation to ECSU trustees’ Academic Affairs and…

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