CURRITUCK — Despite a school culture that she says probably makes the school safer than most, J.P. Knapp Early College High School junior Gabrielle Williamson said Friday that she is scared every day she goes to school.
State lawmakers' new school safety committee aims to hold its first meeting in March and identify both short- and long-term steps to protect schools, a committee co-chairman told The Daily Advance Friday.
In the wake of a deadly school shooting in Florida on Feb. 14, Pasquotank's school and county officials are wrestling with how to make their own schools safer.
Evangelical leaders in the Albemarle this week mourned the passing of the Rev. Billy Graham, a man they said inspired them and provided a positive example for ministry.
A former U.S. attorney with expertise in immigration law says she believes there's pushback against chain migration because immigration in America has often been based on nationality and race.
Customers headed to Sawyer’s House of Furniture will encounter a new and unique visual experience entering the renovated store off U.S. Highway 17.
Gone are the days of a warehouse-like setting inside the business. Instead, customers are treated to a storefront displaying complete bedroom,…
The sixth of the six candidates expected to file for this year’s Pasquotank County sheriff’s election officially became a candidate on Friday.
WASHINGTON — A redacted, declassified memo released by Democrats on the House intelligence committee Saturday aims to counter a narrative that Republicans on the committee have pushed for months — that the FBI and Justice Department conspired against President Donald Trump during his presidential campaign, abusing a secret surveillance process to spy on one of his operatives in its Russia investigation.
John Lancaster almost never met his baby girl.
Elizabeth City City Council wants to hear a second option for upgrading the city's utility billing system, agreeing Thursday to invite Tyler Technologies after hearing from NorthStar Utilities Solutions.