Education leaders praise charter school

State education leaders are united in their support for the Northeast Academy of Aerospace and Advanced Technologies, the chairman of the State Board of Education said during an event Monday to celebrate the opening of the STEM charter school based in Elizabeth City.

  • ECSU student shot to death in Greensboro

    Elizabeth City State University students and staff are mourning the death of a 19-year-old ECSU student who was shot to death outside a Greensboro nightspot over the weekend.

  • Residents concerned about detours for bridge work

    Some northern Pasquotank County residents are raising concerns about unsafe detours following the start of a bridge replacement project on Millpond Road.

  • City electric rate savings coming in as planned

    Elizabeth City’s electrical savings are rolling in as planned, based on the city’s first month of billing following completion of the N.C. Eastern Municipal Power Agency’s power plant buyout agreement with Duke Energy Progress on July 31.

  • EC woman facing charges after wreck on bridge

    KITTY HAWK — An Elizabeth City woman is facing charges in connection with a three-vehicle collision on the Wright Memorial Bridge early Saturday morning, the N.C. Highway Patrol said Monday.

  • Police: Man’s death probed as drug overdose

    Elizabeth City police say they are investigating to determine whether a local man died as a result of a drug overdose.

Albemarle Volunteers: Retiree is Salvation Army’s top volunteer

Richard Cobb’s wife Pam has been on staff with the Salvation Army for 21 years as the agency’s bookkeeper.

Marine safety one of Coast Guard 11 statutory missions

Marine safety is one of the U.S. Coast Guard’s important 11 statutory missions, and is the area where the Coast Guard interacts the most with commercial vessels.

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