Elizabeth City officials expect a large number of people will attend tonight’s First Friday ArtWalk despite the fact that people protesting the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. are expected to assemble downtown for a 16th consecutive day.
A letter to District Attorney Andrew Womble from attorneys for the family of Andrew Brown Jr. asks Womble to request the investigation of Brown's April 21 shooting death be transferred to another jurisdiction, citing the district attorney's working relationship with the officers involved in …
An order signed by a Superior Court judge requiring disclosure of the body and dash camera footage of Andrew Brown Jr.'s April 21 shooting death by Pasquotank sheriff's deputies lays out for the first time a short, official narrative of the events during deputies' encounter with Brown.
The Pasquotank County Sheriff's Office has until May 16 to show limited body camera and dash camera footage of Andrew Brown Jr.'s April 21 shooting death to his family, according to an order signed by a Superior Court judge.
Pasquotank County is ready to disclose the full body camera footage of Andrew Brown Jr.’s fatal shooting by sheriff’s deputies to Brown’s family once it receives a copy of a judge’s written order to do so, the county manager said Thursday.
CAMDEN — Citizens voiced strong opinions both for and against moving ahead with plans for a new high school at Monday’s Camden Board of Commissioners meeting.
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BARCO — The Currituck County High School varsity softball team rallied from a one-run deficit to defeat Midway 5-4 Thursday evening in the second round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 2A state playoffs.
Several area athletes are set to participate in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association boys tennis East regional tournaments today.
Dixieland Speedway announced on Thursday that the season's first race in 2021 has been pushed back a week to Friday, May 14th.
CALYPSO — Carleigh Simmons started the Camden County offense with the first attack of three attacks on the left field fence.
BARCO — Led by the complete game, shutout pitching of Addyson Romanczyk, and the timely hitting of Gracey Capps, the Currituck Knights defeated East Bladen 3-0 in the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2A state softball playoffs.
EDENTON — The Camden County High School softball team defeated East Carteret 15-0 in five innings Tuesday in the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 1A state playoffs at John A. Holmes High School.
In this graduation season, we should note with pride that 40 years ago ECU graduated its first class of physicians. This remarkable feat was accomplished just 16 years after Chancellor Leo Jenkins launched parallel efforts to obtain university status for East Carolina College and start a new medical school. Transforming ECU into an institution of national stature with a new school of medicine sparked remarkable advances in our community and region, which provides a very positive story to tell as ECU focuses on an innovative future under our new chancellor.
When I began my work 25 years ago, my vision for fixing our poor, broken communities was driven by my belief in America and what made it successful.
In early April Duke University announced that all new and returning Duke students must present proof of Covid vaccination before enrolling for the fall semester. Notre Dame, Cornell, Brown, Rutgers, Syracuse and Wake Forest have implemented the same requirement. Look for others to follow. But can they legally require vaccination?
In April, a Swedish plastics manufacturer announced that it would be locating its first U.S. production facility in Gaston County, creating 22 jobs at an average salary of $59,132. That news merited a press release from the state Department of Commerce and a quote from Gov. Roy Cooper.
Americans are so wont to say things like Remember the Alamo, Remember the Maine, Remember Pearl Harbor and Remember 9/11. We now have another remembrance: Tuesday, April 20, 2021. It’s the day a much-confused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on dead George Floyd and thanked him for “sacrifi…
Transparency, openness, accountability, those are critical ingredients to citizens having faith their government operates in their best interest.
Most professional photographers have favorite spots where they like to capture images of their clients.
In 1954, the United States was involved in the newest telecommunication era. The advent of television in post World War II to market consumer products made building TV towers and studios possible across the nation.
GREENVILLE — As she got into bed on July 11, 2020, Rosa Hoell found a note on her pillow. On it, her husband, Henry, had written, “You will be my sweetheart forever.”
Major Malachi Parson Jr., who grew up in Edenton, made history when he served as the first Black presidential support pilot for Marine Helicopter Squadron One from June 1981 until July 1983.
Editor’s note: The following is a version of a sermon delivered recently by the Rev. Marc O’Neal. O’Neal is pastor at Camden United Methodist Church, Trinity United Methodist Church-South Mills, and Sharon United Methodist Church-South Mills.
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