Albemarle Regional Health Services approved what officials called a “streamlined” $22 million budget Tuesday night, finalizing the agency’s 2016-17 spending plan ahead of schedule thanks to the sale of its home health and hospice agencies.
In a unanimous vote of the ARHS...
EDENTON — A billboard on North Broad Street just north of the town of Edenton has drawn sharp criticism from some town residents because of its strongly worded message about homosexuality.
Noting the location of the billboard at an entrance to town, Roger Coleman compared the...
BELCROSS – A motorcyclist was airlifted to a Virginia hospital Wednesday afternoon with severe chest injuries after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle on U.S. Highway 158 in the Belcross area of Camden County.
An Elizabeth City church is still pushing for an exemption for churches from Elizabeth City's noise ordinance, despite a vote by City Council Monday to not discuss the issue.
Council was scheduled consider two amendments to the city's noise ordinance Monday that would accommodate The...
CAMDEN — Camden commissioners have appointed the county finance officer the county’s ”central point of contact” for employees and citizens until either an interim county manager or a permanent manager is hired.
Hogs and steers will be the star attractions today as the 71st annual Albemarle Area Livestock 4-H Show and Sale continues at the Pasquotank 4-H Livestock Arena.
Thanks to a judge’s recent ruling in Pasquotank County’s lawsuit against the city of Elizabeth City, the city does not need to raise water and sewer rates next year.
On Friday, City Manager Rich Olson reported he is no longer proposing a 3-percent increase in the city’s...
JARVISBURG – At least one fatality has been confirmed in this morning’s accident on US Highway 158 in Currituck County. This is a developing story and more information will be added.
For now, Pasquotank County will not help Elizabeth City pay for a splash park, baseball field or dog park, based on county commissioners deciding Monday to provide bare-bones funding for the shared city-county Parks and Recreation Department.
CURRITUCK – A Superior Court judge has ordered Currituck County to pay more than $39 million in civil damages to a group that claimed in a 2012 lawsuit that the county wrongly denied them the right to develop commercial property on the Currituck Outer Banks in 2004.