April 22, 2018

WINDSOR — Questions linger in the death of a Chowan County jail escapee whose headless corpse was found in Bertie County two years ago.

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April 22, 2018

Men and women alike donned their best heels and wedges for “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” on Saturday, an event where the community stepped up for Albemarle Hopeline and against domestic violence.


April 22, 2018

Cold brews, hot barbecue and a new tournament proved a winning trifecta for the Albemarle Area United Way on Saturday when it hosted “Bocce, Beer and Bites.”


April 22, 2018

RALEIGH — A monument honoring a secret World War II spy mission could still find a home in the U.S. after Elizabeth City City Council rejected the statue because of current tensions between the U.S. and Russia.

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April 22, 2018

Elizabeth City's city staff continues to urge the city to switch to the NorthStar utility billing system, and they argued Thursday they've done the homework to prove it's the best option.

Several city councilors remain skeptical, however, and called for the city to well inform the public before…

April 22, 2018

Elizabeth City police are investigating a report of an attempted armed robbery and an assault of a man late last week, but police officials are being tight-lipped about specifics.

According to a police incident report, the man, who’s 26, states someone tried to hold him up at gunpoint at…

April 22, 2018

CURRITUCK – State Rep. Bob Steinburg is calling for the dismissals of state Public Safety Director Erik Hooks and state Director of Prisons Kenneth Lassiter, saying he believes North Carolina's prison system is "an absolute, unmitigated disaster."

Steinburg, R-Chowan, and Dare County…


April 22, 2018

CURRITUCK – The state will spend roughly $144 million to four-lane U.S. Highway 158 from Barco to N.C. Highway 34 in the Belcross area, as well as to upgrade South Mills and Old Swamp roads from Moyock to N.C. 343.

N.C. Department of Transportation Division 1 Engineer Jerry Jennings gave…

April 21, 2018


April 20, 2018

CURRITUCK — Just in time for the expected boom in summertime traffic, the eastbound lanes of the Wright Memorial Bridge will be back open next month.

Motorists will be able to use the bridge's two now-closed eastbound lanes starting May 14, N.C. Department of Transportation Division 1…

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