Elizabeth City officials are putting together another offer for the Elizabeth City Shipyard site, though buying it will depend on receiving at least $1 million in state funds.
A former director of the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries asked a local wildlife group last week to seek state lawmakers’ support for three proposed fishing regulations aimed at rebuilding depleted fish stocks.
Citing concerns about property rights, Pasquotank resident Doug Lane is renewing calls for county commissioners to require hunters to have a landowner’s written permission before allowing their dogs to roam onto private property.
HERTFORD — A New Hope man is asking Perquimans commissioners to require hunters to be farther from public roads and occupied structures when they fire their weapons.
Area Democrats called for more voter participation if they hope to win key upcoming elections.
On the 100th anniversary of the year the first women were admitted to Fordham Law School, Janice McKenzie Cole was one of those who have been honored for her contributions.
CAMDEN — The Camden school district plans to expand the number of local professional development opportunities for teachers next school year.
The Elizabeth City Area Out of the Darkness Campus Walk will be held April 13 at Elizabeth City State University.
AG William Barr’s letter to House and Senate Judiciary committees today
Most Pasquotank commissioners say they are satisfied with the job Sentara Healthcare has done in the first five years of its lease of the former Albemare Hospital.