Hockmeyer Equipment Corp., a longtime manufacturer of state-of-the-art process equipment, will create 90 new jobs as part of a $6 million expansion at its current site in Elizabeth City, state and local officials announced Wednesday.
Members of the public will have four chances early next week to meet each of the three finalists for College of The Albemarle’s vacant president’s job.
A major regional auto group has bought Toyota of Elizabeth City and renamed it Hall Toyota Elizabeth City.
GREENVILLE — Tax cuts and trade wars were two of the issues discussed by candidates in the special election for the 3rd Congressional District during a forum hosted on Tuesday by the Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce.
On Wednesday, voters in the long walk to elect a successor to the late Congressman Walter B. Jones got a little closer to the finish line.
Pasquotank County officials are concerned that a planned road project at the U.S. Highway 17-Oak Stump Road intersection could worsen flooding in bustling areas to the north.
Two rats were among the 30 happy animals to find new homes last weekend during a free pet adoption drive at SPCA of Northeast North Carolina.
College of The Albemarle officials are expected to announce three finalists for the next president of COA later this week.
The presidential search committee has selected three candidates to submit to the COA Board of Trustees at the board's meeting Tuesday night.
The trustees plan to discuss those…
Early voting starts Wednesday for next month’s special election to decide eastern North Carolina’s next congressman.
CAMDEN — Four people, including one charged with driving while impaired, were transported to the hospital following a single-vehicle accident in Camden County, Saturday.