August 30, 2018
It turns out that Elizabeth City officials' recent debate over allowing golf carts on public streets is moot, as state law already governs their use.
During Monday's City Council meeting, police Chief Eddie Buffaloe reported he discovered a state law that allows “low-speed vehicles,”…
August 22, 2018
Pasquotank County is now hoping to get $600,000 for the properties it owns in Currituck County, or about half as much as it first sought.
County commissioners voted Monday to extend the closing date on one property and reduce the price on another. The properties are 102 and 104 Lark Drive, vacant…
August 21, 2018
Former Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools Superintendent Larry Cartner will be paid $318,000 under terms of his “resignation agreement” with the ECPPS Board of Education.
The ECPPS board accepted Cartner’s resignation Aug. 13, two weeks before the start of the new school…
August 21, 2018
Angela Cobb has been named principal of Northeastern High School.
August 18, 2018
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools officials are planning a teacher job fair next week to fill teaching positions that remain open as the Aug. 27 start of classes draws near.
August 17, 2018
Elizabeth City City Council agreed Monday to take a fresh look at the city’s chicken ordinance, holding off on restricting the birds’ numbers on residential property and deciding a broader review of…
August 15, 2018
Joanne Sanders started her first full day as acting superintendent of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools on Tuesday, and already she was tackling a major challenge: making sure every classroom in the district has a teacher by the first day of school in two weeks.
July 19, 2018
Local emergency medical services personnel and certified athletic trainers from Pasquotank, Camden, Perquimans and Gates county high schools took part in athletic-related medical simulations at Northeastern High School on Wednesday morning.
July 16, 2018
A new park in northern Pasquotank County is “on the radar,” county commissioners said last week.
July 15, 2018
Three billion dollars for roads and almost $2 billion for schools are among the bills that didn't clear lawmakers' short session this year.