A 120-unit affordable-living apartment complex is taking shape on the southwest corner of Elizabeth City.
After a nearly five-month vacancy, there are signs that College of The Albemarle could soon be hiring someone to direct the program that trains entry-level police officers and sheriff’s deputies.
Wet, rainy conditions in the midst of this past weekend's annual N.C. Potato Festival took its toll on part of Dog Corner Park.
CURRITUCK — With no construction at the former Currituck Reserve development, commissioners last week rezoned the property back to its original single family designation.
Helping local fishermen and raising the minimum wage are among the top priorities for the two Democrats vying to challenge for North Carolina’s 3rd District U.S. House seat.
Early voting begins this week in the 3rd Congressional district primary election.
Lucky ticket-holders from last weekend’s raffle to support Newspapers in Education will take home nice prizes after the winners are announced in Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Advance.
The Daily Advance sold tickets during the N.C. Potato Festival for a chance to win: 1st...
The board that oversees Elizabeth City’s Main Street program says it likes its current location and for the moment isn’t interested in sharing building space with two other local business-boosting groups.
CURRITUCK – Currituck commissioners have increased the number of passengers the Corolla Wild Horse Fund can take on SUV tours that show off the county’s wild horses, as well as the number of parking spaces one of its SUVs can occupy when it’s not in use.
A drizzling rain still dogged the NC Potato Festival Sunday, but crowds and vendors tried to take the sprinkling in stride.