Elizabeth City officials are looking at ways to further crack down on blight, following city councilors calling for stepped-up enforcement last week.
River Road Middle School's progress toward becoming a state-recognized STEM school is sparking new interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at elementary schools in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools.
River Road is in the second year of a three-year process of seeking…
CURRITUCK — Currituck County commissioners have agreed to allow an Outer Banks-based concession stand to stay in business, provided it abides by a list of strict conditions.
SOUTH MILLS — An elderly Camden County man was killed late Sunday afternoon when his bicycle was struck on U.S. Highway 17, authorities and Monday.
Authorities in Pasquotank County were reportedly searching Monday evening for a vehicle of an unknown description following the shooting of a woman in the Queenswood subdivision.
EDENTON — A 26-year-old Chowan County man was killed Sunday evening when his car overturned on N.C. Highway 94 southeast of Edenton, the N.C. Highway Patrol reported Monday.
Trooper K.R. Briggs of the N.C. Highway Patrol identified the motorist as Brandon Squires,…
CURRITUCK — The Currituck Board of Education recently adopted a $43 million budget for the Currituck school district for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
A Chicago-based developer is preparing to bring new stores to the Tanglewood Pavilions shopping center in Elizabeth City.
Utility disconnections are declining in Elizabeth City, thanks largely to milder weather and reduced electrical use, City Manager Rich Olson said last week.
Alumni back in town for Elizabeth City State University’s Homecoming events over the weekend celebrated the city’s recent election of its first woman mayor and a black majority on city council for the first time in 26 years.