The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Early College High School plans to add two teachers to its small staff for the 2018-19 school year as the school continues to grow.
After years of working on diesel engine pickups out of a home-based shop in his spare time, mechanic James Perry decided it was time to try to make a go of working on them full time.
Two local attorneys say a proposed constitutional amendment to reduce the terms for judges to two years is a bad idea because it would affect justice by reducing the time judges spend in the courtroom deciding cases.
Live music and a medley of craft beers returned to downtown Elizabeth City Saturday night for the annual “Rhythm and Brews” fundraiser for Arts of the Albemarle.
EDENTON — Frederick Lawson Willard, a local historian best known for his appearance in the History Channel's “Roanoke: Search for the Lost Colony” mini-series, died recently in a hunting accident. He was 77.
The family, friends and colleagues of Justin Smith gathered in mourning Sunday as North Carolina honored the second correctional officer slain at Pasquotank Correctional Institution earlier this month.
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools officials are taking a close look at their practice of using school buses to transport students to after-school programs located outside their attendance district.
The "demalling" of Southgate Mall by the shopping center's new owners is about to take another step forward.
Eastern Shore Communications is hoping to offer low-cost internet service in Elizabeth City by year’s end, and in the Pasquotank County Commerce Park before April, a company official said this week.