June 16, 2019

Kjuaan Gibbs, 18, used his long arms to push himself in his wheelchair to a spot by the podium.


June 16, 2019


June 16, 2019

Who did Walter Jones want to succeed him in Congress?

State Rep. Greg Murphy says the late 3rd District congressman wanted him to fill the seat, but a local Republican organizer who's backing Murphy's opponent in next month's GOP runoff primary is disputing that.

Murphy, a doctor from Greenville,…

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June 16, 2019

EDENTON — The lessons of history were much on the minds of graduation speakers as they imparted words of wisdom to John A. Holmes’ graduating seniors Friday night.

One-hundred forty-four Holmes seniors received their diplomas at a ceremony held in the school’s football stadium.…


June 16, 2019

A recent surge in the number of heroin-related overdoses in Pasquotank County is shining a light on a powerful medication used to revive overdose patients.

The drug naloxone, known by its brand name Narcan, is an opiate-antagonist that blocks the effects of opioids, particularly in the case of an…


June 16, 2019

Elizabeth City State University has inked an agreement with the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore to provide its pharmaceutical science students a "seamless pathway" to a doctor of pharmacy degree.

Under the agreement, which has been worked out by officials from ECSU and UM-Eastern Shore and…

June 15, 2019

Elizabeth City's switch to a new utility billing system is causing some bills to go out behind schedule, so those customers will get an extension, city officials said Friday.

Officials also reported the utility billing conversion has otherwise gone well, and bills will go out on time after this…

June 15, 2019

As Medicaid reform unfolds, social services and mental health agencies are trying to get a lot of questions answered, including whether new Medicaid plans will continue covering mental health services provided directly to children at their schools.

A state Medicaid administrator pledged this week…

June 14, 2019

When a member of Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Medical Services asked how many “patients” would need transported to the hospital, he was concerned because county EMS was only able to contribute one ambulance to Friday’s exercise.

“Think outside the box,” was Christy…


June 14, 2019

Jeff Dixon, chairman of the Pasquotank Board of Commissioners (seated, left) and Elizabeth City Mayor Bettie Parker (right) laugh while signing the city-county agreement to purchase The Daily Advance building, upstairs in the building, Friday afternoon. Also pictured are Commissioner Charles Jordan…

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