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August 20, 2018

To spread both awareness and hope, social workers, churches, businesses, musicians and more will host the Third annual Mayday Festival next month in Elizabeth City.

The festival on Saturday, Sept. 15 will begin with a 5K race at 9 a.m., followed by a slate of events at Museum of the Albemarle from…

August 20, 2018

Former Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools Superintendent Larry Cartner will be paid $318,000 under his “resignation agreement” with the ECPPS Board of Education.

The ECPPS board accepted Cartner’s resignation Aug. 13. On Monday, the board through its attorney released…


August 20, 2018

Bedbugs have shut down the Knobbs Creek Recreation Center and the Senior Center in Elizabeth City "until further notice," City Manager Rich Olson reported Monday.


August 20, 2018

Over many years, Susan Hartley, John Jernigan and Calvin Bright III dug a deep, dark hole for themselves that they almost didn't escape from.

Each of them struggled with alcohol and drug abuse for years, they shared with The Daily Advance in a group interview Saturday at The Counseling Center in…

Elizabeth City Substance Abuse Survivors

August 20, 2018

Motorists traveling near Elizabeth City State University should watch their speedometers closely, as the city is warning of “intense enforcement” of a new speed limit on Halstead Boulevard near the campus.

The N.C. Department of Transportation installed new, 45-mph speed limit…


August 20, 2018

Those wondering when action is going to be taken about a listing, grounded boat in the waters of the Pasquotank River and just off Camden Causeway are apparently will have to wait a while longer.

Elizabeth City City Manager Rich Olson on Thursday told the Elizabeth City Downtown Inc. board the city…


August 19, 2018

A vacant building in downtown Elizabeth City that’s been the home of a number of restaurants and nightspots will soon reopen as a new restaurant, the property’s landlord said.

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August 19, 2018

Local legislative candidates are generally divided on the proposed constitutional amendments that may be heading to voters this fall – but both candidates in House District 1 object to an amendment giving the governor's appointment power to the General Assembly.

This summer, Republican…


August 19, 2018

As a little girl growing up in this segregated eastern port city, Bettie Parker’s parents told her, “When you see the Confederate flag on a car, run.”

Six decades later, Parker, this city’s first black female mayor, remembers the warning every time she passes the same flag…

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