Smooth transition for elections office

CURRITUCK — Rachel Raper was on maternity leave last May, but that didn’t keep Currituck’s now-new Board of Elections director away from the polls.

  • Victim in Hertford fatality ID’d

    HERTFORD — The name of the Hertford teen who died after a moped wreck this weekend has been released in a funeral notice.

  • City seeks funding for piers at shipyard

    Elizabeth City officials are hoping federal funds will help it build two new piers and repair a third at the Elizabeth City Shipyard.

  • DOT eyes OBX traffic gridlock

    The state Department of Transportation is checking to see if summer traffic to the Outer Banks is getting worse.

  • Boy, 9, dies in Rocky Hock one-vehicle accident

    ROCKY HOCK — A 9-year-old Chowan County boy died in a single-vehicle accident in the Rocky Hock community Saturday night.

  • Boy, 14, dies in Hertford accident

    HERTFORD — A 14-year-old boy died of injuries suffered when a car collided with a moped he was a passenger on Saturday afternoon, authorities said.

Byrd Bowl Boldness: Knights do enough to keep Bruins at bay

CAMDEN — Currituck opened the Byrd Bowl boldly in the Swamp, recovering an onside kick to start the game, and closed out Camden convincingly with a late score.

Celebrating 125 years of ECSU: Book covers all history, from booms to busts

Elizabeth City State University marks 125 years in March 2016, but a book celebrating its history is available for pre-order.

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