Volunteers feed hundreds

The lines were steady late Thanksgiving Day morning as numerous people helped themselves to turkey and dressing, along with beans, greens and yams.

  • Student-athlete rules being reviewed

      Perquimans County School administrators and coaches plan to review whether changes are needed to the district’s athletics-participation policy following the suspensions this fall of two football players convicted of misdemeanor assault.

  • No local Buffalo Wild Wings for now

    Buffalo Wild Wings, the Minneapolis-based restaurant and sports bar chain, has talked with developers of Tanglewood Pavilion but has no current plans to locate in Elizabeth City’s newest shopping center.

  • Council revisits $200K cop salary overage in budget

    City Council used a discussion this week of the city’s audit report to revisit last year’s $200,000 overage for police salaries in the city budget.

  • Currituck woman accused of online theft

    A 51-year-old Barco woman is behind bars for allegedly stealing $800 from a woman by accessing her banking account online, Currituck County District Court records state.

  • City audit urges five fixes

    A private auditor this week reported five problems with the financial report on the city of Elizabeth City’s 2013-14 budget, most of them involving how various sums were moved forward from one year’s budget to the next.

Eagles, Aces want to shed soft labels

Edenton football coach Jim Collins has heard enough of the talk about Northeastern Coastal Conference football being soft.

In this season of giving you can help out for the holidays

  Each year The Daily Advance strives to bring you up to speed on what is happening with area aid agencies during the holidays, and how you can help.

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