School bells rang across Pasquotank County on Monday, as students returned for the first day of school.
Starting the day earlier than other campuses in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools district, J.C. Sawyer Elementary School opened its doors at 7:30 a.m. Parents and elementary schoolers…
Trista Bogardus (right), secretary at P.W. Moore School, helps students learn who their new teachers are Monday on the first day of school.
Several area students will be sporting fresh haircuts when they start school today, thanks to local stylists participating in a weekend back to school event.
First responders in Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County should be on a new radio system in January that will allow them to talk directly with all other local emergency agencies.
North Carolina’s highest court is scheduled to hear arguments this week on whether Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Jerry Tillett can be disciplined by two different state regulatory agencies for the same conduct.
The justices of the N.C. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday…
SHILOH – Camden Sheriff Tony Perry has released the name of the Camden woman who apparently drowned in the Pasquotank River Saturday afternoon.
Lt. Matthew Shepard, the new chaplain at Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City, says almost everyone believes in a higher power, something greater than oneself. More often than they may realize, people seek comfort in that belief.
Pasquotank is a county that's aging, shrinking, hasn't recovered from the Great Recession and lacks in “intellectual capital.” In addition, its black and Hispanic residents are, overall, poorer and sicker than its white residents.
Putting a new “innovation center” that could bring cutting-edge businesses and jobs in Elizabeth City’s downtown would be ideal, Elizabeth City State University Chancellor Thomas Conway said last week.