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December 10, 2017

Joe Peel didn’t serve as long as Jerome Flora or John Bell, two of Elizabeth City’s longest-serving mayors, but his six-year tenure as the city’s top elected leader is sure to rank among the most impactful ever.

Peel, who steps down Monday night, is often referred to as a…

December 03, 2017

The issue: The Board of Education for the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has rejected a request by district officials to either charge for or end altogether the transportation service ECPPS now provides to the after-school programs sponsored by three local nonprofits.

Our position: The…

November 29, 2017

Long after Appomattox, much ink has been spilled regarding the Civil War.

Where does it end? Probably won't.

We should continue to debate the causes and effects of the Civil War in a civil tongue.

Past is prologue and the forces that shaped the conflict influence who we are today. Our nation does…

November 26, 2017

After more than three decades of lecturing Hollywood and the news media about their supposed lack of moral principles, Republicans and their evangelical Christian wing suddenly find the shoe on the other foot: They’re the ones having to hear lectures about the failure to put moral principle above profit.

November 19, 2017

Kudos to Julie Robinson and the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Community Relations Commission.

November 12, 2017

President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are vigorously trying to sell tax reform as both a job-creator and gift to the middle class. It’s hard-sell, however, when most of the reform efforts’ tax benefits — three-quarters by some estimates — go to the wealthiest Americans.


November 05, 2017

The reaction last week from state Republican leaders was telling — telling much about the self-serving motives behind redistricting, which should foster a chorus of voices to end political gerrymandering by any party in North Carolina.

October 29, 2017

Because new highways bring new traffic, and new traffic can bring economic benefits like new jobs and more tax base, there’s always plenty of interest — often competing interest — about where they should go.

October 22, 2017

Prisons are dangerous places to be, regardless of whether you live in one as an inmate or work at one as an employee. 

October 15, 2017

The Albemarle region has seen its share of solar and wind power projects over the last five years.

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