An announcement on the front page of Saturday’s newspaper incorrectly stated that the 2017 edition of the Albemarle Readers’ Choice Awards would be included in Saturday’s edition. The Readers’ Choice Awards edition will appear in Sunday’s newspaper.
Citing declining revenues, the nonprofit fundraising arm of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has eliminated its executive director position.
ECPPS Education Foundation Executive Director Molly Brite's last day of employment with the foundation was Monday. Brite had served in the…
Bill Cartwright, one of the bridge tenders on Hertford’s S-Bridge, watches a car drive across the bridge Friday afternoon.
An Elizabeth City man with a prior record of drug convictions has been charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a deputy in addition to new drug charges, court records show.
According to warrants, Alvin Stevenson Johnson, 39, of the 900 block of Hunter Street, was driving a sport utility…
CAMDEN — Camden school officials are working to get a bond referendum for a new high school on the county ballot next year.
The goal is to put the bond referendum before Camden voters in 2018, get a positive result, and then have a new high school constructed in five years, according to…
In a long-term commitment to Elizabeth City, the North Carolina National Guard is planning a $3.5 million expansion and renovation to its armory on Westover Street.
Maj. Kent Caldwell, director of design and project management for the NC National Guard, said in a phone call Friday that the National…
Abby Bright likes the challenge of trying new things.
Elizabeth City officials are planning to handle oversight of a $500,000 state grant that will help restore the downtown Southern Hotel.
The Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office and the N.C. Department of Public Safety are both investigating a Pasquotank Correctional Institute inmate's allegation that he was raped by another inmate earlier this month.
Area officials are giving Gov. Roy Cooper's pick for the Board of Transportation seat representing northeastern North Carolina the benefit of the doubt – despite perceptions by some that familial ties may have helped him get the job.