It could be more than a year before the National Transportation Safety Board completes its final report of the Jan. 7 plane crash that killed two Edenton men.
The recent emergence of artificial intelligence programs that can write essays automatically poses a new and unique challenge for educators, area school leaders say.
Food Bank of the Albemarle wants to establish a client choice food pantry as part of a “community hub” in the city-owned Hugh Cale Community Center off South Road Street.
Live music lovers will have no fewer than nine downtown venues to choose from at February’s First Friday ArtWalk on Friday.
CURRITUCK — A chance encounter with the chief deputy of the Currituck Sheriff’s Office led to the arrest Tuesday morning of an “armed and dangerous” man who had eluded capture for nearly a day.
I am not normally a fan of writing about a topic that everyone else is discussing in sports however, it seems unavoidable as it regards the Super Bowl.
HAMPTON, Va. — Northeastern Coastal Conference indoor track and field teams competed in the conference championship meet in Hampton’s Boo Williams Sportsplex on Tuesday.
Last time the Northeastern and Camden boys’ basketball teams met, the Eagles had to work back from a double-digit halftime deficit to get the win.
Philadelphia Eagles fans would be perfectly satisfied if the end of the Super Bowl next week plays out like the championship game of 63 years ago.
In a rematch of last year’s CIAA championship game, the Elizabeth City State women’s basketball team defeated first-place Lincoln (Pa.) handily at home Saturday 69-49.
The Northeastern girls’ basketball team kept their undefeated season rolling on Friday night at home.
Claude Milot’s column, “Clowns on climate, reparations supply plenty of laughs” in your Jan. 27 edition states, “...in California where legislators proposed to give every Black man, woman and child in the state a tidy sum of $5 million in reparations....” This is not correct.
Are North Carolina policymakers thinking big enough about the future of post-secondary education and training? I’m not convinced they are.
“We have no choice but to make hard decisions,” Oklahoma Rep. Kevin Hern recently said. He leads the Republican Study Committee, a group of more than 160 Republican lawmakers that recently called for making cuts in Social Security.
January was yet another warm month in North Carolina and across much of the rest of the nation. After a brief and sharp holiday week plunge, temperatures have consistently felt more like mid-March — or, at least, what mid-March used to feel like.
No decent citizen could fail to be appalled by the video, released Friday, showing Memphis police officers beating a 29-year-old Black man, Tyre Nichols, so badly on Jan. 7 that he died three days later. No feeling citizen could fail to be moved by the anguish of his mother, RowVaughn Wells, as she eloquently described her grief at losing a young man, himself the father of a 4-year-old, who cried out for “mom” as he absorbed the assault. And no concerned citizen can fail to be impressed by, and appreciative of, the way in which those who justifiably protested Nichols’s death heeded — with sporadic exceptions — Wells’s call for nonviolence.
Every citizen in the 1st District needs to call U.S. Rep. Don Davis, D-N.C., and demand that he vote to pass HR 25, the “Fair Tax Act of 2023.”
Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.
In Matthew’s gospel, Jesus reminds us to store up treasure in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves cannot break in and steal. Matthew 6:19-21 reminds us that where you keep your treasure, there also will be the desires of your heart.
Jesus was tempted in all the ways that we are. The writer of Hebrews says that this is why we can know that we have a sympathetic High Priest. Not only will He serve us as priests do, but He understands our plight now.
So you may have seen or heard that country star Chris Stapleton will be singing the national anthem at Super Bowl LVII.
Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City State University, and the Pasquotank County Library have been hard at work planning a number of educational events for Black History Month 2023.
Tiana Cortazzo likes to stay busy. Which is good, because she stays pretty busy.
- Currituck fugitive arrested after chance encounter
- Finding a 'forever home': Church offers space to SOULS Ministry
- Texas Roadhouse coming to EC
- EC finds its Voice: Nessa Whidbee wins singing competition
- Currituck official: 'Armed and dangerous' suspect in custody
- Dinner boat will be catering biz opportunity
- EPD seeks information in series of shootings, one fatal
- Vehicle strikes cancer center building
- Lee named principal at ECP Early College
- Edenton protest group spreads anti-monument message with billboard