Local motorists do not have to just put up with potholes. They can report them to the N.C. Department of Transportation or their city government.
Angela Welsh, coordinator for the Albemarle Rural Planning Organization, encouraged motorists to report potholes after seeing a recent Daily Advance…
College of The Albemarle is again offering students a certificate in manicuring after a decade-long hiatus.
Sheila McCoy, COA’s manicuring instructor, said Tuesday that the program just started again in January after last being offered 10 years ago.
“So we’re excited to bring it…
Cancer patients walk a hard road that often stretches far past their last treatment. Recognizing that, Sentara Albemarle Medical Center is launching its own cancer survivorship classes.
The first “Living Beyond Cancer” class will be held in the education center of the hospital, at 1144…
An inmate already facing a slew of charges will be facing at least two more following his brief escape from Pasquotank County Sheriff’s deputies’ custody Tuesday morning.
Elizabeth City is getting a new outdoor kiosk that should make it easier for city utility customers to pay their bills.
Mikai Cooper, 10, (left) and Kaysha Perry 11, (right) enjoy a competitive game of rock, paper and scissors as their fellow campers look on during the first day of the Boys & Girls Club Summer Camp in Elizabeth City, Monday. The camp will continue through Aug. 15.
A plan to increase work hours for teacher assistants in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools does not have adequate funding to be implemented in the upcoming school year.
For the first time in more than a quarter-century, Fred Yates won’t be an Elizabeth City State University trustee.
A state agency is reminding area fishermen in the Elizabeth City area that its office for issuing licenses and permits has moved since last summer.
A $400,000 grant awarded to Pasquotank County could help a local company that specializes in radar and aircraft communications expand its operations in Elizabeth City.