The Albemarle Chorale performs "Sacred Spring," featuring selections from Handel's "Messiah" and Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" at First United Methodist Church in Elizabeth City, Sunday....
The top U.S. executive for Buick and GMC Trucks says he’s upbeat about the future of both brands, both here in the U.S. and abroad, as well as the automotive industry as a whole.
A Texas man who once taught agricultural education apparently submitted the winning $3.7 million bid in March for the former U.S. Coast Guard housing complex property off Weeksville Road.
A recent survey of Elizabeth City’s streetlights suggests serious upgrades are needed to meet the brightness standards of a new city streetlighting policy.
On a cool and gray Saturday morning, kayakers were fired up for the 13th annual Paddle for the Border at Dismal Swamp State Park.
The event even had romance for Sandra and Steve Buss, of Yorktown, Va.; it coincides with their 30th wedding anniversary, Sandra explained while chatting with...
A Tyner man was shot in the neck outside the Elks Lodge on Herrington Road in Elizabeth City, the Elizabeth City Police Department reported Sunday.
Elizabeth City police officials have identified the man who inadvertently shot himself on Friday and who was found in distress in a driveway off Oak Stump Road.
EDENTON — A citizens group seeking to reverse town council’s vote not to sell the former Northeast Commission building believes it needs to change only one council vote to win its objective, a leader of the group says.
MaryScott Haigler, a leader in Progress Edenton, said the...
The U.S. Coast Guard is celebrating 100 years of aviation this year, and the timing was perfect for the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum to add the first Coast Guard aircraft to its collection.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Teal Carter laughed and smiled when asked whether she ever could have imagined she would someday be the postal official at Base Elizabeth City.
“I didn't expect it, but I was more than happy to do it,” she said. “I like sorting things.”