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February 04, 2018

A sixth candidate has announced he's running for Pasquotank County sheriff.

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February 02, 2018

Pasquotank County is positioned to collect an extra $7.2 million or more next year, as the Albemarle Hospital Authority continues its wind-down and hasn't run into unexpected expenses that could reduce the county's revenue from leasing the hospital to Sentara Healthcare.

Hospital Authority…


January 31, 2018

Elizabeth City motorists will have to wait another month before repairs begin to the dilapidated midsection of Road Street.

RPC Contracting of Kitty Hawk won't start resurfacing the road until warmer weather in March, N.C. Department of Transportation Resident Engineer David Otts said Monday.



January 31, 2018

Pasquotank County commissioners may be close to hiring a new county manager.

Commissioners met in closed session both Monday and Tuesday to interview two finalists for the position, commissioners and Assistant County Clerk Hartley Askew reported Tuesday.

Commissioners also met in another closed…

January 30, 2018

River Road Middle School had to dismiss all 595 students early Tuesday afternoon after the school’s heating system broke down.

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools spokeswoman Tammy Sawyer said the heat pump on the school’s heating system burned up, requiring an hours-long repair.…

January 30, 2018

Pasquotank County Sheriff Randy Cartwright says an investigation by his office has concluded sheriff’s candidate Brent McKecuen didn’t break any laws by posting a photo to Facebook that shows school cheerleaders promoting his political campaign on school grounds.

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January 30, 2018

Former state House member Bill Owens is among the three local residents that Gov. Roy Cooper appointed to state boards last week.

In a press release Friday, Cooper announced 48 appointments to various boards under his purview. He reappointed Owens, 70, to a five-year term on the Tribal Indian…


January 30, 2018

Thanks largely to his own finances, political newcomer Clark Twiddy has taken an early fundraising lead over state Rep. Bob Steinburg in their expected race for a state Senate seat in the newly drawn District 1.

Twiddy, a Republican and Dare County businessman, raised $89,200 and spent $37,568 in…

Clark Twiddy

January 29, 2018

Eddie Graham says he would have checked with school officials first if someone from his sheriff’s campaign wanted to post to Facebook photos of local students posing for photographs on school grounds wearing clothing promoting his political campaign.

“I think I would have looked into it…

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January 28, 2018

While Bettie Parker’s inauguration as Elizabeth City’s mayor was the focus of Saturday’s event, many of her supporters were looking ahead to even higher office for Parker.

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