Pippen installed as Rotary district governor

For Robert Pippen, Rotary’s emphasis on putting “service above self” is the thing that attracted him to the service organization in the first place.

  • Currituck to announce new superintendent Tuesday

    CURRITUCK — The Currituck County Schools Board of Education is expected to name its next superintendent Tuesday morning, more than two weeks ahead of schedule.

  • Senate plan ends health benefit for some retirees

    Area lawmakers have mostly panned the state Senate’s proposal to end retiree health benefits for future state employees — even if they sometimes agree the state’s health insurance costs are a growing concern.

  • Pink Pearls group shines

    A year later, Elizabeth City’s Pink Pearls have gained in luster.

  • ECSU wants $23.1M for center

    Elizabeth City State University plans to seek state funding for a new $23.1 million building, despite having nine classroom buildings that are currently used less than a third of the time.

  • City seeks repair after catastrophic failure of transformer

    Elizabeth City’s electrical system took a major hit earlier this month, losing its second electrical delivery point in what the city manager described as a “catastrophic failure” to a large transformer.

Coastland to Copeland: Even round enough for two-time winner

Results show that Jason Copeland is a two-time winner of the Coastland Invitational in a four-year period, but they also show how tough it’s been for him to take the title.

Northeastern graduates 10 nurse aides

Northeastern High School’s first group of certified nurse aides to graduate in many years threw a surprise thank-you party for their teacher, Shelia Hughes, on May 29.

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