For Elizabeth City and other towns to grow, they need to embrace a United States that’s increasingly gray, diverse, and manages everyday life through digital, autonomous technology, a consultant told local officials on Tuesday.
Conservative voters have cast more than 3,000 ballots in the 3rd Congressional District, where early voting continues in a second Republican primary
The long vacant and run-down Piggly Wiggly building at the corner of Ehringhaus and McMorrine streets is under new ownership.
COROLLA — Regardless of personal views, state officials agree that climate change is happening, and work must be done to protect North Carolina’s coastline.
A long-standing Elizabeth City business is proposing to expand and create 90 jobs, contingent on state and local incentive dollars, city officials reported Friday.
CURRITUCK — Currituck County seeks applications from county residents to fill seats on boards and commissions that advise the county on everything from planning, tourism and fire and emergency services to veterans, historic preservation and seniors.
After serving more than 40 years as a flying workhorse for the U.S. Coast Guard, C-130H number 1503 made its final flight on Friday.
HERTFORD — Fire has displaced a family from their home on Chinquapin Road in Perquimans County.
Strong winds accompanying Thursday evening's thunderstorm are being blamed for the extensive roof damage and interior damage to the downtown building that houses the Flour Girls bakery and a number of residential condominiums.
GREENVILLE — The late U.S. Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr. never endorsed candidates in primary elections and did not plan to endorse anyone, his wife said on Thursday.
Joe Anne Jones, who was married to the congressman for 52 years prior to his death in February, talked about her late…