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August 24, 2017

EDENTON — Police are investigating a shooting that left a man dead late Wednesday on East Church Street.

Officers discovered Ronald Taylor, 51, of 313 E. Church St., lying on the sidewalk at 215 E Church St., unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds at 11:20 p.m., said Police Chief Jay…

August 24, 2017

Elizabeth City disconnected utilities for 42 customers last week, following through on city officials' efforts to resolve months of billing problems and get back to business as usual.

However, the city is also expecting more disconnections than normal in the coming weeks, City Manager Rich Olson…

August 24, 2017

The com­man­der of the lo­cal Sons of Con­fed­er­ates Veter­ans chap­ter says if peo­ple want Con­fed­er­ate mon­u­ments across the South re­moved, they first need to start with the Union memo­ri­als at the bat­tle site…

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August 24, 2017

Forty hours of non-stop praise and worship are coming to Waterfront Park in Elizabeth City, as a Perquimans couple is again planning a “David's Tabernacle” event in October.

Ron and Teresa Ben-Dov, of His Story Ministries, are coordinating the event that will run from 7 a.m. on Friday,…

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August 24, 2017

An experienced accountant from the Charlotte area has been hired to be the city of Elizabeth City’s new finance director.

Suzanne Tungate, 50, of Mount Holly, said Wednesday she's hoping to start as the city's chief financial officer the week of Sept. 11. She's currently a senior accountant…

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August 23, 2017

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August 23, 2017

Elizabeth City motorists who love a clean car will soon have another option for getting mud and road dust off their vehicle.

The Tidal Wave Auto Spa is nearing completion at the junction of Tanglewood Parkway and Halstead Boulevard Extended and is expected to open for business early next month.…

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August 23, 2017

Mid-Atlantic Christian University’s new professor of biology said Monday he is looking forward to teaching biology from the perspective of his Christian faith.

MACU’s first day of classes for the fall semester was Monday. But Gerry Woodworth, who has been hired to teach biology as MACU…

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August 23, 2017

Flash flooding is possible today as heavy rainfall is expected to come into the area, according to the emergency management coordinator for Pasquotank and Camden counties.

“An approaching cold front will allow numerous thunderstorms to develop this afternoon over the Piedmont, and spread…

August 22, 2017

Pasquotank commissioners heard impassioned pleas for both removing and keeping the county’s Confederate monument next to the courthouse Monday night but took no action.

Keith Rivers, president of the Pasquotank County branch of the NAACP, pressed commissioners to remove the monument, citing…

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