WILMINGTON — The Coast Guard medevaced three Canadian sailors Friday from a sailing vessel approximately 200 miles southeast of Cape Fear.
An unruly ‘customer’ visited Expert PC at Ron E’s Plaza last Sunday, and the incident was caught on video.
SOUTH MILLS – Debbie Riddick isn't sure where to begin. With one look inside her house it's easy to see why.
Flooding resulting from Hurricane Matthew left about a foot of water inside the home she shares with her father on N.C. Highway 343. Carpets are soaked, floors are buckled and slimy,…
The family of a deceased College of The Albemarle trustee and former Perquimans County commissioner has given the college $600,000, but how the money will be spent remains unclear.
In our very unscientific 14 people responded who they thought won Wednesday night’s third and final presidential debate between between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
CURRITUCK – The Currituck County Planning Board recommended denial last week of Barnhill Contracting's request to conditionally rezone 25 acres in Powells Point.
The planning board voted 5-1 to recommend denial of Barnhill’s request. John McColley cast the dissenting vote, noting that…
Is the presidential election “rigged” against Donald Trump, as the GOP candidate has claimed in recent speeches?
Currituck officials have identified the 33-year-old man who drowned in the Atlantic Ocean off the Currituck Outer Banks Tuesday as Brandon Bryk of Nederaland, Colorado.
After more than 18 months of watching a sometimes loud and often vitriolic presidential campaign, Albemarle-area residents are finally getting their chance to weigh in on who they think should be the nation’s next commander in chief.
College of The Albemarle's Board of Trustees has hired a national nonprofit professional search firm to help find a successor to departing COA President Kandi Deitemeyer.
Trustees voted Tuesday to allow board Chairman Paul O'Neal to enter into a contract with the Association of Community College…