Graduates of College of The Albemarle's Basic and Transitional Studies program were urged Tuesday to keep learning and growing by someone who walked their same path just a year ago.
"Your personal journey does not have to end here," Mike Jones told graduates at the 2017 Basic and Transitional…
It appears a bill to enable College of The Albemarle to use NC Connect Bond funds toward the construction of county-owned facilities could be headed to the Senate floor for a vote.
Although The Daily Advance was unable to reach state Sen. Bill Rabon, R-Brunswick, chairman of the Senate Rules…
EDENTON — More than 40,000 gallons of untreated wastewater was discharged from Edenton’s sewer collection system into two creeks in the town’s north end during Saturday’s heavy rainstorm, town officials said this week.
According to a press release issued Monday by the…
Lt. Gov. Dan Forest is slated to address the Convocation Chapel at Mid-Atlantic Christian University in August.
Elizabeth City has lost a dentist who practiced for six decades, a U.S. Army “frogman,” and a champion sailor — all in one person.
City Council voted 4-1 Monday to hire an independent auditor to review utility bills for all Elizabeth City customers.
Janet Lovell of Mount Zion Methodist Church picks an ear of corn during a "corn gleaning" for Food Bank of the Albemarle at the Roberts Ridge Farm in Camden, Tuesday.
The Elizabeth City City Council approved next year's city budget on Monday, putting in place a $66.4 million spending plan for the fiscal year starting this Saturday, July 1.
MOYOCK – The mother of a 20-year-old man who lost his life in a hit-and-run while walking on Puddin Ridge Road five years ago is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the unsolved case.
A man who was injured opening day at the H2OBX Waterpark has cautionary advice for thrill-seekers: Keep your arms crossed when riding one of the park’s tallest rides.