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May 31, 2018

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May 30, 2018

The N.C. Department of Commerce will cover a roughly $171,000 shortfall in Elizabeth City’s Parkview interceptor sewer project, a state official advised city officials last week.

Last year, Commerce awarded the city $476,000 in a disaster recovery grant funds to install a new, larger sewer…

May 30, 2018

A clothing boutique in Elizabeth City’s downtown has closed after five years following a decision by the business’s remaining partner to search for a new retail space on the Outer Banks. 

In a posting May 13 on Facebook, Honey & Hive owner Erin Harrell and then-partner, Tracy…

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May 30, 2018

With an eye toward school violence and drug abuse prevention in public schools, the organization that manages government-funded mental health care in eastern North Carolina is launching a program to provide school-based therapy services in 14 regional counties most in need.

Trillium Health…


May 30, 2018

HERTFORD — It’s been three years to the day since Arlene Murin’s daughter went missing, three years filled with lots of questions and few answers

“I just want somebody to tell me where she is and what happened to her,” Murin said last week.

Murin’s 39-year-old…


May 30, 2018

Citizens looking for the latest arrests and crime reports in Elizabeth City can now turn to a new website: ecpdpolicereports.com.

The Elizabeth City Police Department launched the website earlier this month to give citizens easier access to police reports and non-emergency services, according to…

ECPD website Jackie Smith

May 29, 2018

If America's fallen veterans could speak today, they'd have two simple – but year-round – requests, U.S. Army Maj. Charles Thomson said in Elizabeth City on Memorial Day.

They would ask Americans to care for both the people and the ideals they died to protect, he told the audience at…


May 29, 2018

The Elizabeth City Regional Airport is planning to spend more than $300,000 on taxi lane repairs, the facility’s tentative budget shows.

Airport board members voted last week to hold a public hearing on the budget during the airport's June 27 meeting that starts at 6 p.m. Airport Manager…

May 28, 2018

CURRITUCK — Currituck commissioners have approved a new firefighting district tax in Corolla that will fund paid firefighters and paramedics at the Outer Banks community’s two fire stations.

The Board of Commissioners voted 5-2 last week to both create a new firefighting district and…


May 28, 2018

CAMDEN — Regardless of who wins the Camden sheriff’s election this November, the sheriff’s office is likely to continue assigning a second deputy to help provide security at the county’s five schools.

Both Republican candidate Kevin Jones and Democrat candidate Rick Trevena…

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