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July 26, 2018

Elizabeth City Coast Guard personnel and their families on Wednesday afternoon came in from the rain to the dry of the annual Welcome Aboard Expo.

The event offers Coasties and their families who are new to the base the chance to obtain information about the community from a vast number of people…

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July 26, 2018

Elizabeth City is taking the first steps towards converting its customers to a new utility billing system.

The city officially became a customer of Tyler Technologies on Tuesday, when City Manager Rich Olson signed a $250,000-plus contract with the Texas-based company to set up new billing software.…

July 25, 2018

Governor Roy Cooper toured Regulator Marine and had lunch at the Downtown Soda Shoppe during his visit to Edenton on Friday.

In contrast to many politicians, Cooper was punctual for the 12:30 p.m. visit to Regulator Marine, even a bit early when he arrived around 12:25ish at the plant that is…

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July 25, 2018

The Georgia-based real estate development company that acquired Southgate Mall about a year and a half ago and began a massive renovation will celebrate completion of the work in a few weeks.

A “grand re-opening” is set for 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on Aug. 15, the Vireo Group said in a press…

July 25, 2018

Currituck and Dare counties are under a precautionary no-swimming advisory.

State officials on Wednesday issued the advisory to avoid swimming in coastal waters in the two counties citing significant rainfall and flooding from the recent storms may lead to excessive bacteria in the water.


July 25, 2018

The Elizabeth City area was drenched by heavy rainfall overnight Monday and throughout the day on Tuesday, flooding streets and neighborhoods, but causing no power outages, injuries or other major troubles for residents — so far.

More is on the way today, with the area under a flash flood…


July 25, 2018

State officials are concerned about bacteria entering Elizabeth City's raw water supply, and the city is planning a costly improvement to a water reservoir to address those concerns, city officials reported Monday.

City officials reported the matter to city council on Monday. Presenting were City…

July 25, 2018

Elizabeth City has promoted Amanda Boone to become its new public utilities director.

City Manager Rich Olson announced Boone's hire on Tuesday, following the city council approving her promotion after a closed session Monday night. Boone has been the assistant public utilities director for about a…

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July 25, 2018

College of The Albemarle is about a third of the way toward filling the 25 available slots in the agribusiness technology degree program that’s starting this fall.

COA officials expect to have a full class for the program by the time classes start on Aug. 20.

The associate of science in…


July 25, 2018

The construction of the new library on the main campus of College of The Albemarle is on budget so far and expected to be finished in December.

Although the major construction portion of the project is likely to be completed by the end of 2018, the college is eyeing March 2019 for “true…

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