Planning dinner was something the families of local U.S. Coast Guard and furloughed civilian employees didn’t have to worry about Saturday, day 29 of the partial government shutdown.
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CAMDEN – A new business specializing in custom-designed flooring has opened in Camden.
Elizabeth City is still trying to convince railroad operators to allow a new access road into the Oxford Heights neighborhood.
The cinnamon-glazed carrots that found their way onto many students’ lunch plates at Camden Middle School Friday were made from carrots provided to the school district through the U.S. Department of Agriculture — and the continued availability of those USDA commodities to schools is in question as the government shutdown grinds on.
Helping to “right-size” primary care in northeastern North Carolina is just one of many big items on Chesapeake Regional Healthcare's to-do list for 2019, health system President and CEO Reese Jackson said this week.
Economic impacts of the government shutdown are starting to be felt in Elizabeth City, where furloughed federal employees are seeking unemployment and even food stamps, and businesses are losing money.
Pasquotank County received a clean audit for the budget year that ended last June, but also saw its estimates for long-term costs for retirees jump by roughly $10 million.
Auditor Greg Adams and county Finance Officer Sheri Small presented the audit to commissioners earlier this week. Adams works…
As the partial government shutdown continues, the U.S. Coast Guard has a message for its personnel struggling without pay: Help is available.
“We’re telling them there’s a lot of help out there,” said Ann Logan, command master chief at the Aviation Logistics Center at…