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May 21, 2017

A teacher at Pasquotank County High School is this year’s National Potato Peeling champion, while two youngsters have claimed the title of Little Miss Tater Tot.

John Lee, of the Pasquotank Peelers team, won the National Potato Peeling Championship in the individual competition at the N.C.…


May 20, 2017

State lawmakers are proposing to replace county departments of social services with new regional entities, a move that would reshape how the state provides child protective services and other programs that protect North Carolina's most vulnerable residents.

Local DSS directors, however, are leery…


May 20, 2017

At one point on Saturday, sales at Daryl McLean’s Funtastic Foods’ booth seemed as hot as the weather.



May 20, 2017

A group of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill multimedia students who’ve been documenting the Elizabeth City area will be providing a local screening of their work this weekend, a local tourism official said.

The showing for the students’ work is set for 4:30 p.m. Sunday…

May 19, 2017

City Manager Rich Olson again defended the integrity of the city's utility billing on Wednesday night, telling distrustful residents at a town hall that the city has safeguards in place against employees secretly changing customers' usage data.


May 18, 2017

An Elizabeth City resident who has been sharply critical of the city's handling of utility issues was herself charged with utility meter tampering two years ago.

The charge filed by city police against Sarah Ownley on Oct. 3, 2015 was dismissed, however, police and court documents show.…

May 18, 2017


May 18, 2017

Elizabeth City residents outraged over the city’s continuing utility billing problems expressed their anger directly to city officials Wednesday during a rare town hall at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center.

Some of those who spoke during the two-hour forum attended by Mayor Joe Peel and the…


May 18, 2017

The Vir­ginia Dare Build­ing is still the tallest struc­ture in El­iz­a­beth City. But over in the Water­front Park park­ing lot, a newly erected 65-foot-high Fer­ris Wheel is just as im­pres­sive a sight.

The Ferris Wheel, operated by Florida-based…

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May 18, 2017

Pasquotank County commissioners will provide $10.9 million toward Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools' operating costs for next year — more money than last year but still $1.4 million less than what school officials said is needed to maintain current services.

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