J.P. Knapp Early College conferred diplomas on a 64-member graduating class Thursday that set school records for both ACT scores and the number of college degrees earned.
EMS officials treat several "victims" of a mock wreck held on campus at Northeastern High School, Friday morning.
A teacher and coach at Northeastern High School has won $10,000 for himself and another $10,000 for the school by being selected as a “school hero” by the N.C. Education Lottery.
The Elizabeth City Fire Department on Thursday celebrated the arrival of a new, state-of-the-art pumper truck that should protect residents and serve the city well for more than a decade to come.
By a split vote, the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Tourism Development Authority has endorsed a budget for next year that reduces direct spending on popular organizations and events.
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 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.
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.
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.