Tuesday, August 04, 2020
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WINDSOR — A tornado spawned by Tropical Storm Isaias killed two residents of a mobile home park in Bertie County early Tuesday morning.
Two people were killed after a tornado spawned by Tropical Storm Isaias touched down in a Bertie County mobile home park earlier today.A press release from the county said 12 people were transported to the hospital with storm related injuries, and at “least” 10 additional people were rescued…
More than 100 small businesses will receive a combined $228,000 in grants from Pasquotank County’s COVID-19 Small Business Grant program.
Monday, August 03, 2020
Area governments and electric providers were busy preparing late Monday for scattered power outages and isolated flooding expected to result from Tropical Storm Isaias’ pass through the region earlier today.
HAMPTON, Va. — The Greenbrier Knights defeated the Tidewater Drillers 8-7 Sunday night in the Tidewater Collegiate Summer Baseball League championship game at War Memorial Stadium.
EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers lost to the Tidewater Drillers 5-4 Saturday night in a Tidewater Collegiate Summer Baseball League playoff game at Hicks Field.
The past few years have been nothing but amazing when it comes to our speckled trout fishery.
A former member of the Camden County High School boys’ basketball team was recognized by the Chowan University men’s basketball program.
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EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers defeated the Old Dominion Hitters 19-1 in seven innings Thursday night at Hicks Field.
Tuesday, August 04, 2020
Buckle up. The next six months are going to provide a show — a comedic tragedy America has never previously witnessed. It will be acted out amid protests, a pandemic, an election, and an economy in turmoil. The show’s star, of course, will be our president, Donald Trump as himself.
As the fall homestretch of the 2020 election approaches, you’re probably not spending much time considering the implications of county-commission races in North Carolina. But I am. I’m just that weird.
At the moment, Congress has two tasks more important than any others: Providing the resources and leadership needed to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic, and helping the country climb out of the deep recession that the pandemic triggered. Sadly, the coronavirus relief package from Senate Republicans falls far short on both fronts.
The Daily Advance published a cartoon on the opinion page of its July 31-Aug 1 edition showing an elephant and donkey aboard a U.S. Coast Guard cutter named “US Congress” cursing over which would throw a life preserver overboard to rescue a drowning individual.
Sunday, August 02, 2020
An article in Politico got a lot of buzz in Washington, D.C., by reporting that Sen. Kamala Harris might not be a very strong front-runner, or even a front-runner at all, in the Democratic vice presidential selection race. Politico reported that 76-year-old former Sen. Chris Dodd, a member of 77-year-old former Sen. Joe Biden’s VP selection committee, was unhappy that Harris showed “no remorse” for her rough attacks on Biden during the Democratic presidential primary season.
Asheville City Council members are to be commended for the historic and courageous move they took July 14 when they approved a resolution that calls for reparations for Black Ashevillians and issued an apology for the city’s role in the enslavement of Black people.
Sunday, August 02, 2020
Fifteen entering freshmen participated in the Virtual Summer Bridge program at Elizabeth City State University this summer, an online version of the program designed to help high school graduates with STEM-related interests become successful college students.
Chesapeake Regional Healthcare is bringing new HOPE to area residents suffering from interpersonal violence.
Friday, July 31, 2020
In this new age that we have entered, there are safeguards in place to protect us from contracting a deadly virus, including a shift in the way we are entertained.
Food Bank of the Albemarle has unveiled a new 53-foot, refrigerated tractor-trailer the hunger relief agency purchased with a $100,000 grant from the charitable giving arm of Perdue Farms.
Editor’s note: This is a recent sermon delivered by the Rev. Marc O’Neal, pastor at Camden United Methodist Church, Trinity United Methodist Church-South Mills, and Sharon United Methodist Church-South Mills.
If you walked past Muddy Waters Coffeehouse this week, you likely saw artist Holly Cole Luke painting a vibrant mural on the Road Street side of the building.
- Edenton man dies after bike collides with vehicle
- New house manager named at Penelope Barker House Welcome Center
- Silver alert issued for missing Camden teen
- Good luck, coach
- COVID in a small town
- The Daily Advance switching to mail delivery Sept. 1
- ARHS reports first Chowan death from virus; region case count surpasses 1,100
- Residents need to make Hurricane preparations
- Carolina Chrysler to feature all-Jeep showroom
- ECSU students returning to socially distanced campus