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April 29, 2017

River Road Middle School, which will begin a school reform plan starting July 1, will have a new principal when the new school year begins in August.

The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education has approved Superintendent Larry Cartner's recommendation to hire Adrian Fonville as River…

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April 28, 2017

Electrical rates would fall and motor vehicle taxes would go up, but property tax rates would remain the same under Elizabeth City City Manager Rich Olson’s proposed spending plan for next year.

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April 28, 2017

CAMDEN — Camden High School and Early College juniors and seniors saw a dramatization of a fatal crash — and heard firsthand accounts of real-life alcohol-related crashes — Friday morning in advance of Friday evening's prom.

The demonstration, which featured students portraying…

April 28, 2017

College of The Albemarle is keeping Kennon Briggs aboard as a part-time consultant.

Briggs served as interim president at COA from the first week of January through Thursday of last week.

That’s when Robert Wynegar, recently hired as the college's 10th president, began his tenure.

However,…

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April 28, 2017

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April 28, 2017

Supporters of the College of The Albemarle Foundation heard some of the stories behind the numbers Thursday night at the annual Community Partner Appreciation Dinner.

The COA Foundation held the event to celebrate 45 community partners and their support for scholarships and other COA programs.…

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April 28, 2017

MOYOCK – Marcia Steele says she’s a big supporter of solar energy because it’s both quiet and clean.

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April 28, 2017

Thomas Perez (right) and Marco Tulio Hernandez Cruz mix mortar and lay brick for the new landscaping wall along East Elizabeth Street, Thursday.

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April 28, 2017

MOYOCK – Among the attendees at Wednesday’s grand opening of SunEnergy1’s solar farm in Currituck County were representatives of the three Boston-based institutions partnering on the project.

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April 27, 2017

Elizabeth City staffers were distrustful of the city's new utility billing software, sought tech support for minor issues and maybe even hoped the software would fail, according to a report from a technical consultant the city hired last year.

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