Early voting for the June 7 congressional and state Supreme Court primaries in North Carolina continues to be light across the region.
Local elections officials reported Tuesday that only about 320 voters have cast ballots since early voting began May 26. Early voting continues through Saturday.…
U.S. Coast Guard commands in Elizabeth City and the Elizabeth City Regional Airport pump $384 million into North Carolina’s economy every year, a new N.C. Division of Aviation report shows.
“Airports mean jobs,” Division of Aviation Director Bobby Walston said in the report that…
The auction of Southgate Mall has been delayed again, this time until late next month.
Tom Nash, a local attorney who is serving as a substitute trustee in the mall’s auction, said Tuesday the auction has been reset to July 25 at 11 a.m. on the steps of the Pasquotank County Courthouse. The…
The state’s highest court has agreed to review whether the region’s chief judicial official can be disciplined twice for the same incident, reversing its earlier decision not to intervene in the matter.
CAMDEN – A Virginia motorist has been cited after the collision between two pickup trucks on a rain-slickened roadway in Camden County on Sunday sent five people to the hospital.
Ryland Edwards, 54, of the Zuni, Virginia was charged with exceeding a safe speed for the road conditions, Trooper…
COROLLA – Currituck residents and property owners will have a simpler way of helping the county plan for the county’s development and growth over the next 20 years.
HERTFORD — A retired U.S. Army chaplain decorated for his service in Vietnam urged a crowd at a Memorial Day observance in Hertford on Monday to never forget the sacrifices of veterans and to be thankful to live in a country where people can choose to be different.
EDENTON — The Rev. Thomas Biggs told a crowd on hand for Chowan County’s annual Memorial Day observance Monday that America needs to honor the sacrifices of fallen service men and women by restoring patriotism to its rightful place and turning back to God.
Pasquotank County says it’s legally required to build a backup 911 center, and it’s asked Elizabeth City to help pay for the nearly $600,000 facility.
Attendees of Pasquotank County’s two Memorial Day observances Monday were urged to honor the nation’s war dead by serving others and by always remembering that those who made the ultimate sacrifice did so for all Americans, not just a chosen few.