CAMDEN —The Camden County Board of Education plans to request nearly $1 million more in operating funds from the county commissioners in 2017-18 than the schools received in the current budget year.
It's taking 350 network switches, 1,300-plus access points, $6.5 million, and a lot of coffee, but Elizabeth City State University's wireless internet overhaul is nearly complete, Deputy Chief Information Officer Eric Zarghami said last week.
Elizabeth City officials are looking into constructing three more brick welcome signs similar to the one unveiled earlier this month on the Camden Causeway.
The veteran community college teacher and administrator who helped lead Western Nevada College through a severe financial crunch has been named the 10th president at College of The Albemarle.
Elizabeth City officials are hoping to win nearly $200,000 in grants to improve Coast Guard Park and build a new nature trail in Charles Creek Park.
CURRITUCK – When the four finalists for the vacant economic developer’s job in Currituck County show up for their interviews this week, they’d better have their homework done if they want to be seriously considered for the position.
Area officials say the $1.1 trillion budget proposed by President Trump could have serious effects on a variety of programs and services offered to Albemarle residents.
The Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce's 26th annual Business Expo/Job Fair will be held Thursday at the K.E. White Center, but not before a sneak preview Wednesday evening.
Sentara Albemarle Medical Center’s aggressive hiring of physicians drove a $3 million operating loss in 2016, hospital officials said last week.
Ryan Statzer has always enjoyed drones and robots.