On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Elizabeth City officials dedicated a new, downtown nature trail in his honor.
A state lawmaker urged hundreds in Elizabeth City on Monday to reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream, not just as a desire for racial harmony, but as a commitment to economic justice for all.
For Dorothy Kee, bagging potatoes at Food Bank of the Albemarle Monday was a way to give back to the community.
WINFALL — State Sen. Erica Smith, D-Northampton, urged Perquimans County residents attending a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in Winfall on Monday not to wait when they witness injustice but to speak out against it now.
When it comes to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of a fairer and more just America, it’s not always clear-cut that the dream has been realized, the keynote speaker at the 17th annual King Community Breakfast in Elizabeth City said Monday.
EDENTON — The Rev. William T. Davis urged Chowan County residents attending the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in Edenton on Monday to be better stewards of their time, by picking the right tables at which to sit.
CAMDEN — About 100 people, all dressed for an icy westerly wind and temperatures in the low 20s, turned out to march and pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. in Camden County on Monday.
CURRITUCK — Nearly a year after it was first presented, an independent review of Currituck County Schools operations and finances continues to play differently with two of its primary audiences: the school board and the county commissioners.
A company building a solar farm in Perquimans County has donated $20,000 to the Albemarle Area United Way.
There are big ugly dumpsters on Water Street, and downtown officials are tickled to see them.