Although the educational institution that became Elizabeth City State University was founded in 1891 to educate black teachers and had an all-black faculty and staff for decades, all the trustees were white until 1949.
ECSU history professor Glen Bowman described some of the history and politics…
Pasquotank County election officials have agreed to allow an additional 95 ballots to be counted in the Nov. 6 election — enough to affect the outcome of two close races: one for county commissioner, the other for school board.
Port Discover's new executive director says she's aiming to reopen downtown Elizabeth City’s hands-on science center for kids in January.
State Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, said he supports reversing a change to state law on court defendant bond forfeitures that he said has cost school districts across the state more than $5 million in revenue.
A Currituck County man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison six months after pleading guilty to charges of trafficking both cocaine and crack cocaine over a nearly two-year period.
CURRITUCK – A businessman’s efforts to secure Currituck County Commission approval for a convenience store and business complex in the Barco area were turned back recently.
Should Pasquotank County allow large solar farms or save the land for other development?
COINJOCK – State Rep.-elect Bobby Hanig told a Veterans Day gathering here on Monday morning those who have served and continue to serve in the armed forces and in homeland security must never be forgotten.
The local American Red Cross chapter, the region’s domestic violence shelter and the local Boys & Girls Club are the biggest recipients of nearly $90,000 in grants awarded recently by Elizabeth City’s largest private charitable trust.