BARCO — This year marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S.’ decision to enter World War I — “the war to end all wars” as it was called at the time — on the side of the Allied powers, Britain, France and Russia, against the Axis powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire.
Area Republican and Democratic lawmakers still don't see eye-to-eye on House Bill 2, or on Gov. Roy Cooper's latest attempt to repeal the intensely controversial “bathroom law.”
An Elizabeth City Downtown Inc. board member is criticizing the city’s temporary closing of the public restrooms at the city waterfront, calling it “a sorry state of affairs.”
It seems that everyone wants to make more money. Many people believe that making more money will solve all their financial problems.
Aujuanaih Brown, 11, pushes her little sister Arrieanna on a swing at the playground at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center, Saturday. It was a spring-like sunny afternoon with temperatures reaching into the low 70s.
Imagine fighting for a country that considered you inferior and even expendable, and you'd have some sense of the life of black soldiers in the Civil War.
Area victims of Hurricane Matthew, some of whom are still homeless following the October storm, listened last week as state and local officials detailed the grants designed to help them recover.
A prison guard at Pasquotank Correctional Institute has resigned and is facing criminal charges after officials say he was caught trying to enter the prison with contraband that included illegal drugs, phones and cigarettes.
The League of Women Voters of Northeastern North Carolina will host a meeting about gerrymandering on Saturday, Feb. 25, in Elizabeth City.
The Northeast Academy for Aerospace and Advanced Technologies has won a $200,000 grant to step up its teacher training, provide new classroom technology, and work more closely with teaching students at Elizabeth City State University.