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November 01, 2018


November 01, 2018

POWELLS POINT — If you’ve waited 350 years to celebrate something, what’s another month and a half?

Currituck County residents finally will get to celebrate the 350th anniversary of their county’s founding this Saturday. A celebration marking the county’s three and a…


October 31, 2018

SUNBURY — A 29-year-old Gates County man was killed in a weekend vehicle collision after his car struck a deer on Middle Swamp Road, according to a published report.

Walter Kelly Jr. was driving a Ford Mustang on Middle Swamp Road near U.S. Highway 158 Saturday when an eight-point buck ran…

October 31, 2018

While Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County officials are considering opening a homeless shelter in the former health department building on Cedar Street, they remain uncertain about the costly and potentially controversial project.

Members of Elizabeth City City Council and the Pasquotank Board of…


October 31, 2018

Four people with felony convictions have been charged with illegally voting in the 2016 election before the terms of their sentences were complete. At least two of them are scheduled to face trial for felony voter fraud early next year.

Freddice Harvey and Surlinda McGhee, both of Currituck County,…

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October 31, 2018

Elizabeth City’s city manager has proposed creating signing bonuses for new police officers and firefighters, an incentive meant to combat what he describes as “growing vacancies” in both the city police and fire departments.

The city is still deciding the amounts of the signing…

October 30, 2018

Elizabeth City fire officials are investigating as arson a fire that burned a large pile of hay bales on an empty lot next to Quality Inn off South Hughes Boulevard Sunday evening. 


October 30, 2018

Assault charges filed against Hertford Town Councilman Sid Eley were dropped by the District Attorney’s office Monday, according to Quentin Jackson who made the claim.


October 30, 2018

Fans of the 1975 cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” gathered Sunday for another chance to do “The Time Warp.” 


October 30, 2018

Elizabeth City officials are sticking to June 10, 2019, as the “go-live” date for switching utility customers to a new billing software, despite facing “hiccups” with making customer data usable for the new system.

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