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August 25, 2016

CURRITUCK — A special meeting of the Currituck Board of Commissioners Wednesday ended with a county Game Commission member keeping his seat and a county ABC Board member resigning his.

Curtis Austin of Barco will remain a member of the board that issues and renews licenses for hunting blinds…

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August 25, 2016

CAMDEN — Camden County Schools will begin the new school year next week with fewer students than were enrolled just four years ago. Even so, the number will be higher than what state officials are projecting.

Camden expects to welcome 1,895 students when school bells ring on Monday.…

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August 24, 2016

CURRITUCK — A member of the Currituck County Game Commission will keep his seat following Currituck commissioners’ decision Wednesday not to remove him from the board.

Curtis Austin will remain a member of the board that issues licenses for hunting blinds and helps enforce migratory…

August 24, 2016

EDENTON – Fifteen people — mostly workers and staff at a popular Chowan County restaurant and catering service — had to be treated at hospitals in Edenton or Durham on Wednesday for what officials believe was carbon monoxide poisoning.

Edenton police received a report…

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August 24, 2016

CURRITUCK — The executive committee of the Currituck Republican Party voted narrowly Tuesday to dismiss charges of party disloyalty against five Republican officeholders who signed petitions to help put an unaffiliated candidate on the November ballot.

Executive Committee Chairman Cameron…

August 24, 2016

CAMDEN — A Tuesday morning house fire didn’t result in any injuries but it did leave a Camden couple homeless.

Camden Fire Marshal Barry Overman said a single-story residence at 149 Seymour Drive occupied by Douglass and Taylor Bray was damaged by smoke and heat in several rooms. He…

August 24, 2016

Albemarle Regional Health Services Director Jerry Parks announced Tuesday he’ll be stepping down in January.

“I'm retiring because I just think it's time,” Parks, ARHS director for the last 16 years, said during the ARHS Board of Health’s monthly meeting in Elizabeth City.…

August 24, 2016

Ten of Elizabeth City's finest were all smiles as they officially received their promotions Tuesday evening.

During a promotions ceremony at Museum of the Albemarle, Capt. John Young became the city's first-ever deputy police chief, while Lt. Jamie LaCombe, who had been a lieutenant in charge of…

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August 24, 2016

A U.S. Coast Guardsman stationed at Base Elizabeth City has received one of the nation’s top military honors for meritorious achievement during aerial flight.

Chief Petty Officer David Corcino was awarded the Air Medal on Tuesday for his role in the rescue of two fire and rescue personnel off…

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August 24, 2016

Elizabeth City City Council voted Monday to lower the speed limit on all city streets to 25 mph unless otherwise posted.

The new speed limit signs must be posted before 25 mph becomes the legally enforceable speed limit on city streets, City Manager Rich Olson told council Monday. He proposed, and…

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