It's been about seven years in the making, but the Elizabeth City Police Department is close to completing its firing range for police officers.
In addition to myriad other cuts, President Donald Trump's proposed federal budget would also eliminate major sources of funding for Habitat for Humanity.
Groups wanting to use the Pasquotank County Courthouse for weekday after-hours or weekend events will face having to pay $25 per hour to cover the overtime cost of a sheriff’s deputy maintaining front entrance security.
MOYOCK – A proposed residential development here was put on hold by the Currituck County Commission out of concerns about drainage in a flood-prone area, along with future traffic having to use a lone, increasingly worn thoroughfare to get and in out.
A 2-year-old boy died recently after drowning in a swimming pool at a house northwest of Elizabeth City, records show.
A leader of the local NAACP is calling on Elizabeth City-Pasquotank school officials to design a student assignment plan that will balance the socioeconomic makeup of local schools.
For now, the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce will remain at the corner of Ehringhaus and McMorrine streets, but the agency is keeping future options open for another location.
Pasquotank County plans to switch its first responders, as well as those for Elizabeth City, to the statewide VIPER radio network by this summer, Pasquotank Sheriff Randy Cartwright said Monday.
It's taking 350 network switches, 1,300-plus access points, $6.5 million, and a lot of coffee, but Elizabeth City State University's wireless internet overhaul is nearly complete, Deputy Chief Information Officer Eric Zarghami said last week.
CURRITUCK – When the four finalists for the vacant economic developer’s job in Currituck County show up for their interviews this week, they’d better have their homework done if they want to be seriously considered for the position.