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May 23, 2019

HERTFORD — A majority of the Hertford Town Council on Wednesday appeared to back away from removing one of its members from office after hearing advice from an outside attorney.

The five-member council took no action during an emergency meeting called to consider removing Councilor Sid Eley…

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May 23, 2019

The job outlook for people with expertise in unmanned aerial systems is good and getting better, according to the head of aviation science at Elizabeth City State University.

Kuldeep Rawat, chairman of the Department of Technology and director of the aviation science program at ECSU, said numerous…

May 23, 2019

Trillium Health Resources served almost 54,000 people across eastern North Carolina with mental and other health needs last year — including about 1,700 in Pasquotank County — but that's slated to change, an agency official told Pasquotank commissioners on Monday.

“It's been…

May 23, 2019

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May 22, 2019

A national trade association has honored Ken Hoffer of Elizabeth City-based Hoffer Flow Controls for a lifetime of quality and innovative manufacturing.

The Measurement, Control and Automation Association has inducted Hoffer as the eighth member of its Hall of Fame. Hoffer won the honor at an…

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May 22, 2019

CAMDEN — Camden commissioners have given a developer the green light to build an additional 42 homes in a multi-phase subdivision in the county’s Shiloh area.

The Board of Commissioners earlier this month approved a preliminary plat for the second phase of the North River Crossing…

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May 22, 2019

Neither property taxes nor school spending would increase in next year's proposed Pasquotank budget that county officials presented on Monday.

County commissioners largely accepted County Manager Sparty Hammett's recommendations for the 2019-20 general fund budget, which he presented in a meeting…

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May 22, 2019

Elizabeth City officials will pay tribute to the city’s only Medal of Honor recipient during a special ceremony at the city’s Veterans Memorial Park on Friday.

A memorial marker honoring the late Franklin Douglas “Doug” Miller will be unveiled at the park at 222 North Water…

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May 22, 2019

Mark Delosreyes, vice president of J.W. Jones Lumber Co., says it’s unclear why someone keeps firing a gun toward the company’s buildings on Northside Road.

“It seems completely random to us,” said Delosreyes, of the shootings, the most recent of which was reported Saturday,…

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May 22, 2019

An inmate serving a sentence for second-degree murder was injured during a recent assault at Pasquotank Correctional Institution.

No prison employees were harmed during the incident, a prison official said.

John Bull, a communications officer for the N.C. Department of Public Safety, identified the…

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