With loaned vessel, young boater makes first voyage

Whether it’s lower fuel prices or just a better overall economy in general, more boaters seem to be on the Intracoastal Waterway this fall, making their trek south for the winter.

  • Womble named to domestic violence board

    District Attorney Andrew Womble has been named to the state board that oversees programs for domestic violence victims.

  • Moore guilty of first-degree murder, sentenced to life

    EDENTON — William Joseph Moore will spend the rest of his life in prison following his guilty plea this morning to murder charges in the 2004 stabbing death of Pamela Joye Virzi.

  • Currituck reverses on water hookups

    CURRITUCK — Currituck County is no longer requiring all new subdivisions to connect to county water services.

  • 1,741 vote early across region

    More than 1,740 votes have already been cast across the region in next month’s mid-term election, as one-stop voting got underway on Thursday.

  • Most school hopefuls defend district

    Most of the candidates for four open seats on the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education defended the local school district when asked about criticisms of student academic performance during a candidates forum Wednesday night.

Homecoming: Intensity surrounds Chowan-ECSU game

One theory about a legit rivalry is that both teams involved must have their share of victories against the other. Elizabeth City State football has never lost to Chowan.

Celebrate the artisan at 56th annual Craftsman's Fair

Overheard: “It’s incredible how much talent there is around here.”That might sum up the gathering that is this weekend’s 56th annual Craftsman’s Fair that happens this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center in Elizabeth City.

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