The Daily Advance, the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce and The County Compass have merged their candidate forums into one event that will be held Oct. 5 in Elizabeth City.
Film buffs in Elizabeth City got a rare chance Saturday to help choose what could be next year's Academy Award winner for short film.
When longtime local diners hear the name Jim Nye, they probably remember Mulligan’s, the restaurant Nye owned and operated in the 1990s, first on Poindexter Street and then in the Waterworks Building where Grouper’s Seafood Restaurant is now.
CURRITUCK – A proposed waterpark in Powells Point received a big thumbs-up from the Currituck County Technical Review Committee last week, as the panel voted to recommend approval of conditional rezoning for the outdoor entertainment venue.
BOSTON — The Coast Guard along with the National Park Service and Boston Harbor now celebrated Boston Light’s 300th year of service, Wednesday at ceremonies at Boston’s Long Wharf and on Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor.
The celebrations included remarks from U.S. Coast…
Every once in a while Mother Nature throws us a curve ball. The heavy rains and flooding this week literally stopped many people in their tracks and forced many plans to change. With roads covered in standing water or washed away completely, schools were delayed or closed completely, and…
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley championed the “New College Compact” in his visit to Elizabeth City last week, promoting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's plan to provide free college education through new taxes on the wealthy.
CHARLOTTE — Charlotte police released dramatic video footage Saturday that shows officers surrounding a black man with his hands at his side before shots are fired and he buckles to the ground.
More than 2½ million gallons of untreated wastewater flowed into area waterways this week, the result of overwhelmed municipal sewer collection systems inundated with rainwater dropped by the remnants of Tropical Storm Julia.
The largest discharge of untreated wastewater happened in Edenton,…
CAMDEN – Camden commissioners are very pleased with the county's tax collection rate.
At a Board of Commissioners meeting earlier this week, Tax Administrator Lisa Anderson said that as of Aug. 16, the county's 10-year collection rate is 99.49 percent.
Commissioner Tom White noted about a…