The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association has convened a group of sheriffs and sheriffs’ personnel from across the state to develop training materials that will help places of worship create security plans to keep citizens safe.
Elizabeth City is chipping away at roughly $1.8 million owed in back utility bills, despite dozens of customers already defaulting on payment plans they got this summer.
A large residential subdivision is in a second phase of development just off the busy Halstead Boulevard Extended corridor.
First suggested almost 80 years ago, graduate degree programs were approved at Elizabeth City State University after a long journey, often sidetracked by racial issues and politics, but eventually achieved through the persistence of university leaders, an ECSU history professor explained last week.
Devon and Shawn Mayfield opened an indoor playground in Elizabeth City partly because they were looking for safe, fun things for their own son to do.
“We actually have a 4-year-old son and he played a major role in it,” Shawn Mayfield said last week. She and her husband, Devon, opened…
While City Council agrees displaying murals at U.S. Coast Guard Park is a nice idea, they’re not impressed with the suggested designs.
CURRITUCK – The pros and cons of the proposed Mid-Currituck Bridge came up at a recent work session about efforts to update Currituck County’s land-usage plan.
CAMDEN — Camden school officials are proceeding with design work for a new high school, believing both that work and the recent award of a state grant better positions the county to receive an even larger state grant to put…
Eddie Gray’s journey to honor veterans and shed light on concerns about veteran health care has brought him to Elizabeth City.
The 42-year-old Marine veteran and Cheyenne Indian from Ashland, Montana, worked for the U.S. Forest Service for about five years after getting a medical discharge…