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July 02, 2018

Maintaining and improving historic properties in Elizabeth City doesn’t come with a guide book, but city officials are working on one.

City staff are crafting guidelines for historic preservation that the Historic Preservation Commission should soon be reviewing, Assistant City Manager Angela…

July 01, 2018

Pasquotank County is planning a new effort against blighted properties and overgrown lots, County Manager Sparty Hammett said last week.

During a meeting with members of the county’s Special Projects Committee, Hammett explained the county has reserved about $32,500 in its 2018-19 budget to…


June 28, 2018

Elizabeth City City Councilor Billy Caudle will replace former city councilor Tony Stimatz on the Elizabeth City Regional Airport Authority.

City councilors voted unanimously Monday to appoint Caudle to the airport authority. The decision follows a 6-2 vote against reappointing Stimatz to the…


June 26, 2018

Motorists will soon have to slightly reduce their speed when driving past Elizabeth City State University on Halstead Boulevard. 

Elizabeth City City Council voted Monday night to call for a public hearing next month on lowering the speed limit along a roughly one-mile stretch near ECSU from…

June 26, 2018

Elizabeth City City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve the city’s $67.2 million budget, green-lighting a spending plan that accounts for the city’s growing personnel expenses and pays for major upgrades to the city's utility billing and metering systems.

Council voted 7-0…

June 22, 2018

Pasquotank County commissioners voted Monday to spend up to $102,000 to upgrade the county's information technology infrastructure, in response to a cyberattack last month that took county servers hostage and shut down employees' email.

Following a closed session Monday, commissioners voted…

Sparty Hammett Pasquotank Manager

June 21, 2018

North Carolina's tourism director visited Elizabeth City on Wednesday, welcoming it to the ranks of “Certified Retirement Communities” and pledging to be an “amplifier” in the city’s marketing efforts.

Visit NC Executive Director Wit Tuttell and Retire NC administrator…

062118 Retirement Community Dedication

June 21, 2018

The company considering a massive solar farm in Pasquotank County met behind closed doors with the county Board of Commissioners on Monday, but it's unclear if they've won the board's support for the potentially 3,500-acre facility.

Commissioners met with several representatives of the company, as…

June 20, 2018

Pasquotank County property owners will receive more than $900,000 to elevate or buy their properties, including three properties in the flood-prone Oxford Heights subdivision of Elizabeth City.

State and federal Hazard Mitigation Grants will buy out five flood-prone properties and elevate the house…

June 08, 2018

Pasquotank County High School graduated an “extra special” class of 180 Friday night in a ceremony that emphasized gratitude and respect.

33 stories in Pasquotank. Viewing 21 through 30.
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