SOUTH MILLS — South Mills Volunteer Fire Chief Tommy Banks is a fervent believer in the old adage that there’s no such thing as being over-prepared for an emergency.
A Pasquotank County man who federal authorities say trafficked in illegal drugs for at least 16 years, will face sentencing early next year after being convicted in federal court this week of multiple drug crimes.
Charitable groups are continuing to help Albemarle-area residents recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The Greater Albemarle Chapter of the American Red Cross is currently finishing detailed damage assessments for Pasquotank and other counties, community volunteer leader Carolyn Self…
“Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.” — Matthew 22:21 (The Bible, New International Version)
After the terrorist attack on Sept. 11, 2001, Dr. Pepper printed a picture of the Statue of Liberty and the phrase, “One Nation ……
The family of a deceased College of The Albemarle trustee and former Perquimans County commissioner has given the college $600,000, but how the money will be spent remains unclear.
Not many Coast Guard cutters enter Elizabeth City’s harbor, but the agency’s oldest commissioned cutter powered up the Pasquotank River on Friday and is now docked at the edge of Waterfront Park.
WILMINGTON — The Coast Guard medevaced three Canadian sailors Friday from a sailing vessel approximately 200 miles southeast of Cape Fear.
An unruly ‘customer’ visited Expert PC at Ron E’s Plaza last Sunday, and the incident was caught on video.
SOUTH MILLS – Debbie Riddick isn't sure where to begin. With one look inside her house it's easy to see why.
Flooding resulting from Hurricane Matthew left about a foot of water inside the home she shares with her father on N.C. Highway 343. Carpets are soaked, floors are buckled and slimy,…
In our very unscientific 14 people responded who they thought won Wednesday night’s third and final presidential debate between between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.