Ron Sandlin has tried everything.
He's boosted pay, added vacation days and even lowered the minimum age requirement from 25 to 23. But he still can't find enough qualified people to drive Patriot Transportation Holding's oil trucks.
"I've been in this business since 1984, and I've never seen what…
The percentage of unemployed North Carolinians increased both statewide and across the Albemarle in November, according to the latest data from the N.C. Department of Commerce.
James Flanigan said he and his business partner Kevin O’Leary like to turn a community’s “ugly duckling” into a swan.
An Elizabeth City couple's charming home is now a lodging establishment for those wanting to stay for short or extended periods of time in the Harbor of Hospitality.
A spokeswoman for Outer Banks homebuilders and real estate professionals is blasting both a proposed statewide insurance rate hike for homeowners and the way state Department of Insurance officials have informed the public about it.
The owners of Firehouse Subs in Elizabeth City have purchased the former Comstock’s Confectionery building downtown and are moving forward with plans to renovate the first floor of the two-story structure.
Christ Episcopal Church has asked the city of Elizabeth City for a $20,000 Business Improvement Grant to help improve property it plans to rent to two businesses.
Rene Markham has had a lot of jobs during her working life: ballroom dance instructor, Belk saleswoman, loan officer, real estate agent and teacher.
MOYOCK – The operator of the Jersey Mike’s sub sandwich deli in the Harbor of Hospitality said business has been so good there his customers from the upper part of Currituck County wanted him to open a location here.
Last Wednesday, Chuck Hall was cooking up a tantalizing helping of stir-fried shrimp — creating a powerful, hunger-generating aroma.