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July 20, 2018 - 58 minutes ago

The long-vacant former Pure Oil service station building at one of downtown Elizabeth City’s key intersections may soon have a new owner.

Elizabeth City Downtown Inc. Director Deborah Malenfant told EDCI board members on Thursday that an offer for the former service station at the corner of…

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July 20, 2018 - 58 minutes ago

HERTFORD — Albe­marle Com­mis­sion Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor Cathy Dav­i­son said she plans to re­fund the agency the $11,000 it paid to a firm owned by her hus­band, in an ef­fort to re­solve a con­flict of in­ter­est.

“Had I…

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July 20, 2018 - 58 minutes ago

Since this spring, Democratic House District 1 candidate Ron Wesson has raised more than three times what his Republican opponent, Ed Goodwin, has, based on the candidates’ latest campaign finance reports.

Wesson raised $13,263 from April 22 to June 30, while Goodwin raised only $4,159 in…

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July 19, 2018

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July 19, 2018

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July 18, 2018

CURRITUCK — A Moyock couple are facing a host of charges including felony child abuse after their infant son was treated at a Virginia hospital for multiple rib and leg fractures, a vertebral compression fracture and numerous abrasions and bruises to his body.

William Hammonds, 21, and Kelly…

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July 18, 2018

Currituck County has paid a private company owned by state Rep. Bob Steinburg $50,000 to promote and market an NCAA basketball tournament the county is sponsoring in Asheville this fall called the “Battle in the Blue Ridge.”

Currituck County Manager Dan Scanlon and Steinburg signed the…

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July 18, 2018

CAROVA BEACH — Two men, one of them Carova Beach’s volunteer fire chief, were treated at a Virginia hospital Tuesday night after lightning struck near where they were standing.

Currituck Fire-EMS Chief Chip Melton said the Carova Beach Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to…

July 18, 2018

A headline over a story in Wednesday’s edition erroneously stated that a pedestrian killed in a traffic accident near Elizabeth City State University on April 14 was impaired. A toxicology report indicated Victoria Jalissa Bradsher Daniel was not legally impaired to drive. The report said…

July 18, 2018

A woman killed in a pedestrian crosswalk near the Elizabeth City State University campus in April had a blood-alcohol level nearly that of a person who would have been considered too impaired to drive a vehicle in North Carolina, a state medical document shows.

Victoria Jalissa Bradsher Daniel, 26,…

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