The company whose accounting software is at the center of Elizabeth City’s failed utility billing conversion blames the failure on city staff, who it claims were resistant to change and actively worked to hamstring implementation.
Area lawmakers and school officials agree that the compromise legislation signed by Gov. Roy Cooper last week on school funding and class size mandates — effectively waiting a year before instituting any major changes — takes a load off their shoulders as they plan for the upcoming school year.
MOYOCK – Currituck County's new business and industry recruiter will have plenty on his plate when he reports for his first day of work on Monday.
CURRITUCK – The crowds were long gone from the annual Currituck Relay for Life Saturday morning, but Dannielle Jennings and her mother, Lynda Bonanno, were still walking around the track at Currituck County High School.
EDENTON – Edenton police are investigating after they said a local woman was shot in the chest and leg during a party Saturday morning on Paradise Road.
With a major customer data conversion going “extremely well,” Elizabeth City's customer service office at Southgate Mall will reopen on Monday, City Manager Rich Olson said last week.
Area law enforcement agencies seized thousands of doses of outdated prescription medicines on Saturday and not a soul was arrested in the process.
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…
College of The Albemarle is keeping Kennon Briggs aboard as a part-time consultant.
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.