The NC Department of Transportation will soon make its concept maps of Interstate 87 available online, allowing the public to weigh in on the $1.35 billion project that will reshape travel through Williamston, Hertford and other communities on the way to Virginia.
Elizabeth City officials are proposing an overhaul of the city's sewer ordinance that seeks to ensure the city can rein in large industries and recoup costs for treating high-strength waste.
SHAWBORO – Half a year after lightning struck their house and caused a fire, a Shawboro couple is rebuilding and hope to be back in their home with their two children by Christmas.
The Miracle-Ear hearing aid products chain now has a location off Weeksville Road.
A contested GOP primary is taking shape in Senate District 1, where Dare County businessman and retired naval officer Clark Twiddy is the second Republican vying to replace retiring Sen. Bill Cook.
Rep. Bob Steinburg said last week that local school officials must take the lead in turning around low-performing schools and can count on him to support their efforts.
First responders in Pasquotank County asked for support, and the public came running — literally.
CAMDEN – A Camden County man accused of firing shots in a vehicle chase about five months ago will have to answer in Camden Superior Court to three felony charges.
The National Science Foundation has awarded faculty at Elizabeth City State University more than $745,000 in grant funding to enhance STEM education at the university.
Under the leadership of Professors Ali Khan and Gloria Payne, ECSU will use the grant to increase the number of under-…
Linwood Gallop Jr. remains a candidate for city council in Elizabeth City’s Third Ward, despite some citizens apparently launching a write-in campaign for incumbent Councilor Michael Brooks.