Albemarle Regional Health Services reported another eight deaths from COVID-19 in the eight-county region this week, including a Perquimans County resident who was younger than 25.
Making investments in infrastructure and preparing a workforce for the future are key to reversing recent population declines in northeastern North Carolina.
GREENVILLE — North Carolina Democrats plan to kick off a statewide tour in Greenville Monday highlighting the work done by President Joe Biden to aid working-class citizens.
Rob Turner has a promise for those bold enough to venture through Herbie’s Field of Screams Saturday night.
HERTFORD — The Perquimans Lady Pirates volleyball team defeated the Riverside Lady Knights 3-0 at home on Thursday evening. Set scores for the game were 25-16, 25-15, 25-12.
The Elizabeth City State University women’s volleyball team defeated Mid-Atlantic Christian University in three sets Wednesday inside of Chesson Gym on the campus of MACU.
A John A. Holmes High School football player was recognized for his play by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
AHOSKIE — The Camden County High School varsity volleyball team defeated Hertford County 25-6, 25-14, 25-10 Tuesday at Hertford County High School.
My daily walk to and from school in first grade was past the house of the neighborhood bully. Day after day I came home crying. Finally, my mother had enough. “Listen son,” she said. “I don’t like fighting, but I am sick and tired of you coming home every day crying because of that bully. The next time he starts in on you I want you to ball up your fist and hit him in the stomach. Don’t come home crying and complaining anymore.”
North Carolina’s Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson is shameless when it comes to bellowing against make-believe threats to God, guns and heterosexuals. But even if the state’s highest-elected Republican is beyond embarrassment, he is still embarrassing for North Carolina, and especially for North Carolina Republicans.
Pasquotank County commissioners are totally mistaken about the Landowner Protection Act.
“A descent into a lip-blubbering, self-destructive idiocy,” says Eugene Robinson, writing in The Washington Post. That’s how he fears our great nation ends. “How dumb can a nation get and still survive?” We now have lost more than 700,000 people to COVID-19 — most of them vaccine deniers. An…
There’s a drug war on TV. It has nothing to do with cocaine or heroin but does involve an addiction — the pharmaceutical industry’s compulsion to charge Americans an average 3.4 times more for brand-name drugs than people in other countries pay. Step 1 in the rehab program is to let Medicare negotiate prescription drug prices.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson is officially the highest-ranking Republican official in state government. It’s expected that he will run for governor in 2024.
Misti Pike was standing in her kitchen enjoying a hot cup of coffee and feeding treats to her dogs when she came up with the idea to start The Working Dog Coffee Company.
Students and community members seeking tips about creating content for film and TV will get a chance to hear from two entertainment insiders at next week’s installment of Elizabeth City State University’s Community Connections Performance and Lecture Series.
An amazing piece of history is located in the Automobile Era section of Museum of the Albemarle’s permanent exhibit, “Our Story — Life in the Albemarle,” which takes a chronological look at the Albemarle region’s 13-county area and its vast history.
Editor’s note: The following is the fifth story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1960s.
Did Jim Wilcox kill Nell Cropsey along the banks of the Pasquotank River almost 120 years ago on Nov. 20, 1901?
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- US 17 Motorcycle wreck
- Task force nabs 4 suspects, seeks 5th after drug operation
- Chesapeake holds ribbon cutting for new facility
- ECPD seeking two missing juveniles
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