CURRITUCK — Release of the document spelling out specific details about the future Mid-Currituck Bridge including what environmental impacts it would have, when construction would start, and how it would be paid for, has been delayed again.
Talk to local veterans, and they'll tell you the good and the bad of military service.
Elizabeth City residents and veterans gathered for a Veterans Day ceremony on Sunday, where they honored the long and continuing legacy of those who have borne the battle.
POWELLS POINT — The Currituck Chamber of Commerce honored two small businesses with its top awards Thursday night, but its Citizen of the Year Award went to a Currituck resident who helped save a county landmark from disappearing.
CURRITUCK — Four Currituck Republicans — two men and two women — have already expressed interest in filling the expected vacancy on the county Board of Commissioners created by Bobby Hanig’s election to the state House last week.
Thanks to the work of a small army of volunteers, the tombstones of veterans buried at an Elizabeth City cemetery are again gleaming-white clean and standing upright.
Shoppers who want to find early Christmas gifts, support local artists, and help the community all at once are in luck; the Mistletoe Show continues today in Elizabeth City.
ROANOKE RAPIDS — A Greenville-area couple who purchased the former Randy Parton Theater hosted a grand-reopening Saturday night with a Veterans Day salute featuring country rock favorites The Charlie Daniels Band.
CAMDEN — One of the most visible service stations in Camden County has apparently closed.
Nearly 30 years have passed since Dennis Figgs Sr. served in the U.S. Air Force. Occasionally, he pulls from the closet the dark, blue, military uniform that links him to a career he hadn’t anticipated.
“When I enlisted, I intended to serve four years but I put in 20 years of dedicated…