EDENTON — The Rev. Thomas Biggs told a crowd on hand for Chowan County’s annual Memorial Day observance Monday that America needs to honor the sacrifices of fallen service men and women by restoring patriotism to its rightful place and turning back to God.
HERTFORD — A retired U.S. Army chaplain decorated for his service in Vietnam urged a crowd at a Memorial Day observance in Hertford on Monday to never forget the sacrifices of veterans and to be thankful to live in a country where people can choose to be different.
Pasquotank County says it’s legally required to build a backup 911 center, and it’s asked Elizabeth City to help pay for the nearly $600,000 facility.
City officials, however, have questions about both the proposed backup center’s location and cost.
COROLLA — Pedestrians should feel safer along the busy Outer Banks roadways now that they have a new place to walk with the completion of Phase III of the Corolla Greenway Project.
Although Tropical Storm Bonnie has been downgraded to a tropical depression, the resulting rain in the Albemarle region has prompted organizers of today's Memorial Day gatherings to switch to contingency plans or to have them ready at a moment's notice.
Former Navy Chief Petty Officer Roy Giarrusso has been out of military service for more than a decade now, but life was not easy for him late last week as Memorial Day approached.
Two pickup trucks sustained major damage in a wreck on U.S. Highway 158 just west of the entrance to Camden Business Park, Sunday.
CAMDEN – A 46-year-old Elizabeth City man with an extensive prior record is being held at Albemarle District Jail for allegedly firing a pistol inside a friend's residence and into a vehicle in southern Camden County, records show.
The old train station along South Hughes Boulevard hasn’t served passengers since not long after World War II, but a local businessman is hoping to serve many people home-cooked-style meals in what is now the home of his restaurant.
The Elizabeth City City Council still wants to lower speed limits throughout Elizabeth City, and it started with Preyer Avenue on Monday.