December 02, 2016 - 50 minutes ago

Saturday night it will be floats, custom cars and marching bands lighting up Elizabeth City’s downtown during the annual Christmas parade.

On Friday night, however, it was a group of local boaters who lit up the city’s waterfront.

Seven boats took part in this year’s Lighted Boat…


December 02, 2016


December 02, 2016

The chairman of the Pasquotank County Republican Party is challenging the residency of 22 voters who participated in last month's election, claiming they are a “symptom of voter fraud” that calls into question the outcome of the governor's race.

In an election protest filed with the…

December 02, 2016

Hurricane Matthew didn't help, but the Amazon Wind Farm US East in Pasquotank and Perquimans counties should still be operational by month's end.


December 02, 2016

The senior member of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education bid farewell to his colleagues earlier this week.

December 02, 2016

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools will have a new transportation director at the start of 2017.

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December 02, 2016

Federal judges were wrong to trim state lawmakers’ terms to one year so a special election can held next year, state Rep. Howard Hunter III, D-Hertford, said Thursday.

December 02, 2016

College of The Albemarle’s next president preferably will be someone with a doctorate from an accredited university or college, have a history as a successful senior administrator and experience teaching at the college level.


December 02, 2016

The new head of Albemarle Regional Health Services is a veteran employee of the seven-county health department.


December 01, 2016

The major underground utility project on Elizabeth City’s Road Street is almost complete, allowing the project’s next phase to move forward, city officials said this week.

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