A small street festival made a big statement about love and inclusion on Sunday, when the Northeast North Carolina Progressives hosted their first-ever PrideFest.
Elizabeth City State University trustees have reached a challenging stage in their exploration of “socially responsible investing”: deciding what to exclude, if anything, from the university’s portfolio of investments.
Christy Hodges keeps a brisk pace while walking for the Currituck Relay for Life, but every year she carries more names with her – more names of people who are battling or have died from cancer.
Filing for election to the school boards in Camden and Chowan counties begins in the next week and at least one incumbent won’t be seeking re-election.
CURRITUCK — Currituck County has generated nearly $109,000 in revenues since a vacation season beach-parking pass system took effect last month along a part of the county’s northern beaches.
WINDSOR — A community effort has helped erect a gazebo at Bertie Correctional Institute in memory of a guard killed there last year.
Pasquotank County commissioners have delayed a new law on how people must care for their pets in response to dog hunters' continued opposition to the measure.
The Elizabeth City City Council agreed Thursday to delay setting aside money for a homeless shelter, rather than make difficult budget cuts to immediately free up money for it.
CURRITUCK – Those wanting to see lots of exotic reptiles resembling those creatures from prehistoric times don’t have to drive all the way to a big city or faraway zoo.