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March 29, 2017

CAMDEN — Fifth-graders at Camden Intermediate School took a “D.A.R.E. Walk” to the Camden Courthouse on Wednesday to celebrate completion of a course that taught them the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse as well as the benefits of making good decisions.

At the courthouse, the…


March 29, 2017

Months after calling for the Amazon Wind Farm US East to be shut down over its proximity to a military radar facility, state Sen. Bill Cook, R-Beaufort, is sponsoring legislation imposing new regulations on wind farms.


March 29, 2017

A panel at College of The Albemarle has endorsed a plan for using $6.59 million in NC Connect bond funding to build and renovate COA facilities in Elizabeth City and Currituck and Dare counties.



March 29, 2017

College of The Albemarle trustees’ Executive Committee approved the contract for new COA President Robert Wynegar on Tuesday.

The meeting also included the formal appointment of Wynegar, who currently is vice president of academic and student affairs at Western Nevada College, as COA's 10th…


March 29, 2017

Happy 200th Birthday Edenton Baptist Church.

Edenton Church

March 28, 2017

For now, the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce will remain at the corner of Ehringhaus and McMorrine streets, but the agency is keeping future options open for another location.

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March 28, 2017

It's been about seven years in the making, but the Elizabeth City Police Department is close to completing its firing range for police officers.

Firing range map ECPD

March 28, 2017

In addition to myriad other cuts, President Donald Trump's proposed federal budget would also eliminate major sources of funding for Habitat for Humanity.

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March 28, 2017

Groups wanting to use the Pasquotank County Courthouse for weekday after-hours or weekend events will face having to pay $25 per hour to cover the overtime cost of a sheriff’s deputy maintaining front entrance security.


March 28, 2017

MOYOCK – A proposed residential development here was put on hold by the Currituck County Commission out of concerns about drainage in a flood-prone area, along with future traffic having to use a lone, increasingly worn thoroughfare to get and in out.

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