Saying retirees are an untapped economic engine, local officials will soon step up their efforts to draw more of them to retire in Elizabeth City.
EDENTON — Lt. Gov. Dan Forest visited a number of local historic sites in Edenton Tuesday afternoon during a campaign swing through the region.
While in town, Forest took a tour aboard the Edenton trolley. Stops included the Cupola House, the 1886 Roanoke River Lighthouse, the 1767 Chowan…
An Elizabeth City city councilor is facing charges he drove a vehicle while his license is revoked.
Pizzas. Goody bags filled with cookies. Random words of thanks from complete strangers.
Those are just some of the expressions of support area police and sheriff’s departments have received from citizens in recent weeks following the fatal shootings of police officers in Dallas, Texas, and…
A Florida-based financial debt-servicing company bought the financially troubled Southgate Mall for $8 million Monday at a public auction.
L and R Partners, which is based in Miami, submitted the lone bid for the mall. John McNames, representing the law firm Womble Carlyle Sanders and Rice, placed…
EDENTON — An electrical short in a bathroom is being blamed for a mobile home fire last week that left an Edenton family homeless.
Edenton Fire Chief Craig Forlines said Monday that no injuries were reported in the fire at 206 Vance Lane Thursday night.
Firefighters were dispatched around…
The Education Foundation of Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools and the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce are likely to back a quarter-cent sales tax referendum that Pasquotank County Commissioners called to support K-12 education, officials with each organization said this week.
New plans for Moyock's first park has some nearby residents crying, "Build it somewhere else."
North Carolina is facing critical teacher shortages while more students are swelling the public school system, one of the state's top education policy experts told local educators and public officials last week.