CURRITUCK — The Currituck County Schools are set to welcome 4,096 students when the new school year starts Monday, continuing a trend of rising enrollment in recent years.
CURRITUCK — It should be possible for the types of businesses that could be attracted to Lower Currituck to mesh with the desires of community leaders, county commissioners and members of the public learned earlier this week.
“Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’” — John 14:6 (The Bible, New International Version)
Elizabeth City City Council approved guidelines this week for grants it plans to award to community organizations as well as prospective new business owners.
The Albemarle Area United Way exceeded its 2015 fundraising goal by nearly $20,000, the AAUW’s executive director said Thursday as the organization kicked off its capital campaign for 2016.
EDENTON — U.S Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr. told the Edenton Rotary Club Thursday that the upcoming presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump need to shine a spotlight on the soaring federal debt.
Business and technology support employees are among the Elizabeth City State University staff who were recently laid off.
Elizabeth City City Council deferred action Monday night on a deal that would bring new wireless Internet service to the city. The move followed a request by the potential service provider for more time to refine its contract.
Council was poised Monday to discuss and potentially schedule a public…
NIXONTON – An unidentified man was transported by ambulance to a local hospital Wednesday evening after his motorcycle collided with a car in southern Pasquotank County, authorities said.
The collision occurred at the intersection of Four Forks and Body roads and was reported at 8:06 p.m.…