May 20, 2018

Camden Early College is not a traditional high school, so it was probably fitting that the graduation speech by the school’s salutatorian on Saturday didn’t follow tradition.

Annabelle An­drews didn’t give a tra­di­tional speech to her fel­low grad­u­ates…

Currituck schools seek $1.4M for projects

May 17, 2018

CURRITUCK — Currituck school officials are asking for $1.4 million for capital projects in next year’s school district budget.

The figure is $400,000 more than the $1 million the school district has been getting annually from the county for capital outlay costs the past several years.…

Tea for Two, plus Ms. NC

May 16, 2018

Miss North Carolina Victoria Huggins paid Chowan County a visit last week to have tea with students at White Oak Elementary.

Truly, the beauty queen's uplifting presence comes complete with a Disney song is a joy to behold as she smiles, interacts with the students during the Tea for Two, a mother-…

Gilbert, Hall: No regrets after defeats

May 14, 2018

CURRITUCK — Both Currituck commission incumbents who lost their re-election bids last week said they have no regrets about their campaigns or the stances they’ve taken on issues.

Marion Gilbert fell to challenger Owen Etheridge in her bid for a third term representing District 5 during…