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July 17, 2017

City Council has approved revamping the city’s Downtown Improvement Grant program, a move that allows businesses outside the downtown to seek grants for building fixes that will create jobs.

The first deadline to apply for funding under the newly renamed Business Improvement Grant Program is…

July 16, 2017

City Council has rejected drafting a policy that could dock councilors' pay when they miss meetings.

During a council meeting last week, Councilors Anita Hummer and Ray Donnelly pushed for councilors to consider new rules on how they are paid.

Their effort failed by a 5-2 vote, however, with…


July 16, 2017

Flooding caused by a burst pipe has forced Pasquotank officials to close the county courthouse on Monday.

As a result, all courts scheduled in Pasquotank on Monday have been canceled. 

Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Management Coordinator Christy Saunders said Sunday a pipe somewhere in the…

July 16, 2017

Southgate Mall’s largest tenant plans to stay put even as the mall’s new owners begin “demalling” Southgate and converting it into a more traditional shopping center. 

A spokesman for Belk said last week the Charlotte-based retailer has no plans to move its Elizabeth…


July 15, 2017

Nearly two-dozen area high school students took full opportunity of a chance this week to step up toward a career in a STEM-related field.

The students took part in the Step Up program’s first-ever Leadership Academy for Young Men at Elizabeth City State University. The brainchild of local…


July 15, 2017

Pasquotank County is partnering with neighboring local governments to hold a “leadership forum” this fall on combating opioid abuse.

Last month, Pasquotank commissioners heard a request from the N.C. Association of County Commissioners to bring local leaders together to combat what…


July 14, 2017

The same firm planning to offer a new wireless internet service in Elizabeth City may also bring that service to Pasquotank County's Commerce Park.

Pasquotank County commissioners on Monday gave the OK to county staff continuing talks with Eastern Shore Communications, of Cape Charles, Va., to…

July 14, 2017

The owner-operator of the Elizabeth City Chick-fil-A told youth at a River City YouthBuild event Wednesday that mentoring helped him overcome his street gang background to become a successful businessman and family man.

“What I am today is very different from what I was when I was your age,…


July 13, 2017


July 13, 2017

Elizabeth City City Councilor Rickey King has filed his candidacy for this fall’s city election, the Pasquotank County Board of Elections reported Thursday.

King, a 62-year-old retired sergeant for the Elizabeth City Police Department and an Army veteran, could not immediately be reached for…

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