News

April 30, 2016

With nearly two full terms in the General Assembly now under their belts, the region’s Republican representatives in the state Senate and House have both moved up in the latest legislative effectiveness rankings compiled by a nonpartisan research organization.

State Sen. Bill Cook,...

April 30, 2016

Capt. John Etheridge said goodbye to the Elizabeth City Police Department Thursday following a sendoff from co-workers and city officials that was both humorous and heartfelt.

Etheridge, the only African-American to ever achieve the rank of police captain in Elizabeth City, retired this...

042916CaptEtheridge2

April 30, 2016

The sudden closing this week of a Raleigh-based nonprofit that helped develop schools like J.P. Knapp Early College and the Northeast Academy of Aerospace and Advanced Technologies is ”a tremendous blow to education in North Carolina,” Joe Peel, one of the founders of the academy, said Friday.

April 30, 2016

Capital Correspondence

The following are roll-call votes by state Reps. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, and Howard Hunter III, D-Hertford, and state Sens. Bill Cook, R-Beaufort, and Erica Ingram-Smith, D-Northampton, for the week ending April 28.    

House roll-call...

April 30, 2016

“Jesus said to him, "Today salvation has come to this house, because this man, too, is a son of Abraham. For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost." — Luke 19:9, 10

While visiting with my family, the dog of the house, Onyx, pulled her Houdini escape-artist...

043016andrews

April 29, 2016

As a retired Elizabeth City police detective, Terry Gurganus doesn’t meet many shooting victims anymore.

April 29, 2016

Like some of those attending College of The Albemarle’s Career and College Expo on Wednesday, Frank Kiah was looking for information on how to reinvent himself in the job market.

042916CareerExpo

April 29, 2016

Ten months after suffering what city officials described as a “catastrophic failure,” Elizabeth City's second electricity delivery point is back up and running.

Transformer

April 29, 2016

Albemarle Regional Health Services will spend the next few months collecting mosquitoes to help the state prepare for the potential spread of the Zika virus.

042916Mosquito photo

April 29, 2016

CAMDEN – The Camden Board of Commissioners will consider changes to county ordinances next week that would restrict use of shooting ranges to law enforcement officials only.

10418 stories in News. Viewing 1 through 10.
«First Page   «Previous Page        
Page 1 of 1042
        Next Page»   Last Page»