November 17, 2017

Eddie Gray’s journey to honor veterans and shed light on concerns about veteran health care has brought him to Elizabeth City.

The 42-year-old Marine veteran and Cheyenne Indian from Ashland, Montana, worked for the U.S. Forest Service for about five years after getting a medical discharge…


November 17, 2017


November 17, 2017

City Council awarded a roughly $4,700 grant on Monday to help reopen Stella's II cafe on McMorrine Street.

Council voted to award a Business Improvement Grant to Bonita Jones, owner of Stella's II at 516 S. McMorrine Street. The grant will cover half of Jones’ $9,304 cost for floor repair and…

November 17, 2017

With the Pasquotank landfill running out of room for construction and demolition debris, county has begun preparing its C&D hill for expansion.

Earlier this week, Pasquotank commissioners approved a recommendation from county staff and consultant Pat McDowell to allow landfill operator…

November 17, 2017

POWELLS POINT – Courtney Gallop said she’s keeping her fingers crossed about proposed federal income tax cuts becoming law and, in turn, leaving Americans with more money to spend and causing the national economy to begin rolling again.


November 16, 2017

RALEIGH — North Carolina prisons were already a more dangerous place to work before four employees at an understaffed prison were killed during a failed breakout last month, the deadliest in state history.

Assaults on prison staff so far this year are already 50 percent higher than five years…

November 16, 2017

CAMDEN — Camden officials celebrated a new Todd's Pharmacy and a new location for Itza Boutza Pizza on Thursday, touting the businesses' growth as evidence retail development is beginning to take off in the county.

“This is an exciting time for us, and we've been waiting for it for…


November 16, 2017

A story in Thursday’s edition about enrollment projections for Elizabeth City State University incorrectly reported the projected fall 2018 freshman enrollment. The correct enrollment projection for freshmen is 525.

November 16, 2017

The group of ECSU and UNC officials working to boost enrollment at Elizabeth City State University believe the number of students on campus could total 1,700 next fall when the NC Promise tuition discount program takes effect.

If that happens, it would represent an enrollment bump of 300 students…


November 16, 2017

Elizabeth City officials are planning to bring the “Sights and Sounds of Christmas” to town with this year’s Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 2.

Jamie Turner, activity specialist for the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Parks and Recreation Department, said Wednesday that 25…

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