Linwood Gallop Jr. remains a candidate for city council in Elizabeth City’s Third Ward, despite some citizens apparently launching a write-in campaign for incumbent Councilor Michael Brooks.
CURRITUCK – The Albemarle Commission's executive director is taking to the road, with Currituck County her most recent stop in making a pitch for the Hertford-based agency wanting a new $3 million headquarters to combine operations.
The booster club at Camden Middle School is working to raise $47,000 for safety-related athletic equipment for the school's sports program.
The Albemarle Area United Way has a new interim executive director, but will also have to begin a search for a new administrative assistant.
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools is taking intermediate steps this school year to reduce class sizes in grades k-3 in anticipation of mandatory class size reductions next year.
A local law enforcement officer and his local firefighting cousin will host the first-ever Guns and Hoses 5K Run/Walk on Saturday morning in the Weeksville area close to the Pasquotank River.
Voters were relatively few in Elizabeth City on Thursday, making them all the more precious for the many candidates for city council campaigning outside the Pasquotank County Board of Elections office.
It’s not every day you see college students dressed in Colonial Era garb — but then not every week is Constitution Week.
CURRITUCK – A Currituck County man is facing felony charges of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, discharging a firearm into occupied property and negligent child abuse, allegedly stemming from a domestic incident, records show.
Elizabeth City's city council candidates in the First and Fourth Wards grappled with some of the city's long-standing challenges on Tuesday, including giving young people more reasons to stay in Elizabeth City and combating poverty.