The ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturning the Roe v. Wade decision that had established a legal right to abortion has drawn strong reactions from candidates in area congressional races.
Elizabeth City employees spoke loud and clear and the new City Council listened.
Two boaters reported missing and the subject of a U.S. Coast Guard search have been safely located, the Coast Guard said in a press release Friday.
EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers, at least as of Thursday evening, find themselves tied for first place in the Premier Collegiate League.
Lennie Rosenbluth passed away last week. If you don’t know who that is, you’re not alone but I’m here to tell you why he mattered to so many of us.
When Rachel Balkovec was a fourth grader in Omaha, Nebraska, she announced that she wanted to be the first female to do something. She wanted to make an impact on the world.
EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers won their fourth straight with another high-scoring victory, this time over the Greenbrier Knights, 13-4. This is the third time in four games the Steamers have scored double-digit runs. The win now puts the Steamers in a tie for second place in the Premier Col…
I started off to write something this week about COVID-19. That’s because I am currently suffering from some shape or form of this stupid virus.
We have a new mayor and City Council, some of whom are brand new. Mayor Kirk Rivers has already shown some needed leadership with his remarks on what he wants to do for the city.
Here are three ways to handle skyrocketing student debt without asking taxpayers to forgive billions of dollars in loans.
How many people died from the drugs sold by Andrew Brown Jr.? Maybe the families that lost their children to the drugs he sold should sue his family for $3 million.
“Even if the world switches to renewable energy, that won’t stop climate change, because climate change has been happening for billions of years,” U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C., said last Tuesday on Fox Business.
J. Michael Luttig is an orthodox conservative and loyal Republican, appointed to the federal bench by President Bush 41 and often mentioned as a possible Supreme Court nominee. So when he appeared before the Congressional committee investigating the insurrection of Jan. 6, 2021, his words of warning carried extra weight.
Before the Southern Baptist Convention’s strong vote to approve what supporters called “bare minimum” sexual abuse reforms — with victims in the crowd weeping with relief — there was a strategic amendment to the recommendations.
Thanks to a Sentara Cares grant, the Albemarle Alliance for Children was recently able to create and distribute 150 “social emotional” kits designed for children who experience traumatic events.
Dave Repanshek is helping College of The Albemarle students’ dreams of a career in aviation take flight.
With the 250th anniversary of the American colony’s declaration of independence from the British crown soon approaching, we can use this time to remember the individuals from that era and how they lived, particularly those in the Albemarle region.
NASA scientist. Air Force pilot. Neuropsychologist. Certified public accountant. Biomedical engineer.
“Be on the alert, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love.” — I Corinthians 16:13-14
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