EDENTON – Gov. Pat McCrory will visit Edenton today to help unveil signage designating parts of U.S. Highways 64 and 17 in northeastern North Carolina as the future Interstate 87.
Although the federal government's sale of the former Elizabeth City Coast Guard housing complex should be complete soon, there's still no word yet who is acquiring the property, the city manager said this week.
The annual local event designed to bring police and citizens together every early August was canceled due to a severe thunderstorm, but the event's chief organizer said plans are still on go for the makeup event on Tuesday.
CAMDEN – Camden County Schools superintendent says new state mandates on class size could have an adverse effect on the the district's budget for 2017-18, potentially affecting programs like art and physical education and extracurricular activities like athletics and band.
The Elizabeth City Regional Airport will have a new director who's a former Marine, with additional experience as a defense contract worker and, most recently, as operations manager at Pitt-Greenville Airport.
CURRITUCK – The state elections board has decided not to hold a formal hearing on a complaint against the chairwoman of the Currituck Board of Elections, effectively dismissing the complaint.
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education has approved changes to the school calendar to make up for the five days of school recently lost in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The Kellogg Supply Company facility on West Queen Street in Edenton sustained extensive damage in a fire Sunday morning.
WILMINGTON — A Coast Guard helicopter crew from Air Station Elizabeth City medevaced a man Saturday evening from a fishing vessel off Hatteras Inlet.
The proposed Mid-Currituck Bridge would have a drastic impact on wildlife in the Currituck Sound, Southern Environmental Law Center attorneys told a local group of conservationists last week.