Two F/A-18 fighter jets based at Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia crashed earlier today off the Outer Banks, but an official said the four crewmen who were aboard are alive and were taken by an Elizabeth City-based Coast Guard helicopter to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.
The Elizabeth Street restoration project is expected to be complete in two weeks, or about a year beyond the original schedule and at a cost of at least $5 million more than expected.
The concourse connecting Buildings A and B at College of The Albemarle's main campus are going to undergo much-needed repairs this summer.
SHAWBORO – A 27-year-old Currituck County man is facing a charge of misdemeanor death by vehicle and at least five other traffic-related violations, in connection with a two-car collision on N.C. Highway 34 that claimed the life of a Camden County woman last Friday, the Highway Patrol said.
The “golden age of tennis” in Elizabeth City is decades past, but city officials and tennis coach Richard Harfst are working to restore some of that gleam.
EDENTON — Standing in a storage yard in Edenton Wednesday, Craig Poff said the puzzle pieces are falling into place for Amazon Wind Farm US East.
CURRITUCK – A Currituck County family will get the opportunity to own a home thanks to Habitat for Humanity.
College of The Albemarle's finance committee members want COA officials to provide COA's full board of trustees next month with details for spending about $500,000 on upgrades to the more than quarter-century-old performing arts center.
To highlight National Safe Boating Week, the Coast Guard Auxiliary is giving boaters tips on how to make safety the top priority.
Students at P.W. Moore Elementary School will be dreaming bigger through literature thanks to a $6,800 grant from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries.