HERTFORD — Perquimans County has agreed to sell five acres on the Perquimans River for $200,000 to Story’s Seafood to build a new waterfront restaurant.
Elizabeth City police say four people — three juveniles and one adult — were shot in an incident reported Wednesday night in the 1000 block of Walker Avenue.
Do-it-yourself home design expert Ashley Basnight, a 2013 graduate of Elizabeth City State University, will coach and mentor students competing in the second annual Viking Entrepreneurship Week that kicks off Monday at ECSU.
Registration is now underway for the 28th annual TarWheel Cycling event that will spin through Pasquotank and Perquimans counties Saturday, April 15.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has upheld a Superior Court judge's rejection of a petition by news media outlets seeking release of law enforcement camera recordings in the April 2021 shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr.
BARCO — Currituck commissioners discussed the need for a second fire and Emergency Medical Services facility in Moyock on Saturday, the final day of the board’s two-day retreat.
The Mid-Atlantic Christian men’s basketball team earned a 76-74 comeback win over Regent at home Tuesday.
HERTFORD — It was an appropriate senior night for the Perquimans girls’ basketball team on Tuesday.
Area swimmers competed at their respective NCHSAA east regional swim meet in Cary this past weekend.
BARCO — Friday night’s Northeastern Coastal Conference matchup between the Currituck and Pasquotank boys’ basketball teams came down to the final shot.
Area high school swimmers will be competing in NCHSAA east regional meets this weekend.
Corinna Ruffieux, executive director of the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Tourism Development Authority’s Visit Elizabeth City, has announced she will be leaving her position in late March.
In case you hadn’t noticed, North Carolina public schools, along with the children and teachers who inhabit them, are suffering mightily these days.
At the Feb. 1 funeral of her son, Tyre Nichols, RowVaughn Wells was a portrait of dignity and restraint, as she has been over the last several weeks. As she spoke, tears rolled down her cheeks and her voice broke, but she managed to convey purpose, insisting that Congress pass a federal police reform bill.
Democrats loudly complained when Republicans threw Rep. Ilhan Omar off the Foreign Affairs Committee. But they should have thanked them, at least quietly.
Imagine if the Republican Party rigged its presidential nominating calendar to help Donald Trump slide past states where he’s politically weak. Would that go down easily with the GOP or the press corps? That’s essentially what Democrats are doing to help President Biden — to little protest or even much media notice.
I was disappointed to hear that the dinner boat will not be coming to Hertford this year because our dock is not adequate.
Genesis 8:22 reminds us that seedtime and harvest will never cease as long as the earth continues. Biblical society was agrarian, meaning people worked the land. Many of Jesus’ parables were agricultural in nature and sowing and reaping were topics understood by the Bible’s original audience.
After Jesus is run out of his hometown of Nazareth, He heads back to Capernaum. This is the town of His “bachelor pad” and where He will do more miracles than in any other place. Jesus comes into town in time to preach at the synagogue, and everyone is amazed at His great authority over the …
Jesus preached in His hometown after he had made a name for Himself in some surrounding cities. Jesus had become famous for His healing power.
“Do not eat the food of a stingy man, do not crave his delicacies.” — Proverbs 23:6
- EC police: four people, including 3 juveniles, victims of shooting
- NEAAAT awarded $500K Golden LEAF grant for career center project
- Perry announces resignation after 4-2-1 restructuring plan fails
- Senior captain, other Harbor Towns staff introduced
- Hertford dockage can't accommodate dinner boat in 1st year
- EC sex offender charged with illegally being on school property
- Learning in action: NEAAAT students present annual projects
- Currituck fugitive arrested after chance encounter
- Pasquotank commissioners reject 4-2-1 plan for county board
- Currituck Sheriff charges residents with DWLR, DWI, FTA