CURRITUCK — The Currituck Board of Education voted unanimously Wednesday evening to make masks optional for students and staff in grades K-12 for the upcoming school year that begins next month.
A rally to mark “100 days of peaceful protest” since Andrew Brown Jr.’s fatal shooting by Pasquotank sheriff’s deputies is scheduled for downtown Elizabeth City on Thursday.
A restaurant born in the late 1960s in a former Texaco gas station attracted people from all over for a taste of its oysters.
Two area counties are seeing “high” community spread of COVID-19 and two others “substantial” spread, triggering the Centers for Disease Control’s new recommendation that their residents — including those vaccinated — wear masks when indoors in public places.
CURRITUCK — Currituck County Manager Ben Stikeleather told county commissioners Friday that he is leaving for a job in the private sector.
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BARCO — More than 50 youth and middle school aged athletes took part in a football clinic hosted by the Carolina Storm Youth Football Club and Currituck County High School this week.
EDENTON — It wasn’t the Edenton Steamers night on Tuesday, as they fell to the Greenbrier Knights 6-0.
Camden County’s Andre Barnett had a standout season this winter.
With the price and lack of boats available to the average guy it seems that a lot of us are stuck on the bank.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — The Tidewater Summer League’s Premier Collegiate League released the brackets for its playoffs Monday night.
One of the top stories across news stations recently has been the spread of wildfires in the west and the haze through the air spreading entirely across the United States.
You’d think President Biden and the Democratic Party leadership would do everything in their power to stop Republicans from undermining democracy.
I have frequently mentioned that the pandemic has reminded me more than ever that our public schools truly are the hubs of our communities. From providing the time and space for students to develop deep social connections with peers and adults; ensuring students nutritional and mental health needs are met each and every day; to meeting the academic needs and goals of our students — our schools play a crucial role in shaping and supporting each of our communities.
At the beginning of class, I see students come in and plop into a desk. Occasionally, one comes in and scans the room. I know he is looking for a left-handed desk. I also know he’s going to struggle more than others in the class.
Like most liberals in government, the city of Elizabeth City’s government debated not whether to raise our property taxes, but by how much to raise them.
The author of the letter to the editor in your June 26th edition was right on — all lives matter. Also, if persons sought by law enforcement would comply with police’s request, they would not be shot. When you point any kind of weapon at the police they will have to respond to save their own lives.
Most students attend colleges or universities primarily to acquire the knowledge, skills, and credentials required to get a rewarding job.
Prolific Poet Carl Sandburg
Editor’s note: The following is a condensed version of a recent sermon delivered by the Rev. C. Renee Edwards, pastor of Mt. Hermon and Woodland United Methodist churches.
EDENTON — In the wake of the announcement that Todd’s Pharmacy is selling its stores to CVS Health, independent pharmacies in the area say they are hanging on amid rising economic pressure.
Is there any tougher question in life than, “What are you looking for?”
During the first years of European settlement, women in North Carolina wore many layers of clothing.
Editor’s note: The following story is part of a recurring series on students who’ve attended College of The Albemarle.
- Man sentenced to 60 months probation after pleading guilty to sex offense involving child
- Change of owners at The Pines puts COA out of golf biz
- Edenton man sentenced to 10 years in federal prison
- Moyock Elementary expansion includes razing kindergarten building
- Sentara's new hospital to feature 80 beds
- Jackson challenges Brothers' residency in Hertford
- Cahoon has a heart for Columbia
- School board approves slate of personnel actions, doesn't explain vote in open session
- Independent pharmacies face mounting market pressure
- Currituck superintendent should live in Currituck