Dinner benefits SBI agent, family

Usually when you see Keith Teague and Randy Cartwright together, one’s on one side of a dispute and one’s on the other.

  • Faculty: 3 degree programs may be cut

    A degree program with low enrollment that escaped elimination last year could be among three programs Elizabeth City State University recommends for discontinuation this year, several faculty members have told The Daily Advance.

  • Steinburg seeks fast track for jobs bill

    Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, is sponsoring a “very time-sensitive bill” he says is needed to bring a major vehicle manufacturer to eastern North Carolina — albeit by pumping another $22.5 million into a state economic incentive program.

  • Corps refusal to budge on dock frustrates county

    CURRITUCK — Federal officials still aren’t budging on Currituck’s repeated efforts to get a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit for dock repairs at Veterans’ Memorial Park in Coinjock.

  • ECSU prof: Political science program too valuable to cut

    Its enrollment may be small, but the political science degree program at Elizabeth City State University has a distinguished pedigree.

  • Photos of abandoned houses make political statement

    RALEIGH — The timing is coincidental, but organizers hope it’s also serendipitous: An exhibit of photographs of abandoned houses in eastern North Carolina is opening at the state Museum of History as lawmakers returning for a new legislative session are being urged to restore a historic preservation tax credit.

A tale of two knights: Currituck dominates W. Bladen in playoff opener

BARCO — The similarities between Currituck’s Lady Knights and West Bladen’s stop with the nickname.

So little, so fragile: Family of Talynn Gurganus struggles with rare disorder

Taylor and Chad Gurganus are young parents who had no expectations about the birth of their daughter other than the typical 10 fingers, 10 toes.

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