Elizabeth City State University students and staff joined local business leaders Monday evening to celebrate the publicity and fundraising support ECSU will get in February as the Tom Joyner School of the Month.
Bringing a multiplex theater to Elizabeth City will cost almost $550,000 in tax breaks, based on a new city report.
CURRITUCK – A Currituck County man arrested approximately four months ago for allegedly firing a shotgun in the midst of a domestic dispute is facing new charges of attempted first-degree murder.
GATESVILLE – Gates County's top lawman and four of his deputies are facing criminal charges after a probe by the State Bureau of Investigation.
About a year ago, state lawmakers called for shutting down the Amazon Wind Farm US East over concerns it would cause too much interference with a vital, U.S. Navy long-range radar receiver in Chesapeake.
Supporters of Mayor Bettie Parker are planning a soiree next Saturday night in her honor — and to raise money for Albemarle Hopeline.
Some area legislators are hoping to move forward legislation they say will provide relief to local school districts whose officials are worried about meeting mandated class-size limits this fall.
Elizabeth City’s switch to new utility billing software could carry major benefits for city utility customers, but it will be expensive and there's some risk that last year's billing fiasco could be repeated.
Jerry Morgan (front) and Matt Brunoehler play guitars and sing along with other musicians during the Music Jam event at Arts of the Albemarle, Saturday.
Drs. Samantha Furia and Lynn Butler are the first physicians of Internal Medicine of Elizabeth City, a new practice opening here next month.