In March, the state issued a written warning to the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina after two issues involving the shelter’s use of euthanasia were discovered.
CAMDEN — Camden school officials plan to ask county officials to agree to borrow up to the full $33 million approved by county voters for the new high school — while also hoping good management and prudent choices will keep the project’s price tag below that figure.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of an Elizabeth City man found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison nearly a year ago for the 2018 shooting death of another city man.
The N.C. Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear an appeal on Monday of a Superior Court’s judge’s year-old ruling dismissing media companies’ petition for release of law enforcement camera recordings in the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. in April 2021.
A free shuttle service to transport people around downtown got its wheels Wednesday afternoon.
It was this time of year over 30 years ago that I made a trip to Oxford, Ohio, to meet with Hall of Fame Football coach Weeb Ewbank. From his days as a three-sport star at the local college, Miami of Ohio, through six decades of coaching at every level, Weeb was living out his retirement in …
The first home game of the season for the Elizabeth City State men’s basketball team was a tight one throughout.
ERIE, Pa. — The Elizabeth City State volleyball team was swept by No. 1 Gannon 22-25, 19-25, 10-25 in the first round of the NCAA Division II tournament Friday evening on Gannon’s home floor.
ROBBINS — The Perquimans football team’s playoff run came to an end with a 42-26 loss to unbeaten North Moore in a 1A NCHSAA third-round playoff game Friday night.
The signs of a coming recession are all around us. First, the stock market has fallen since President Joe Biden took office. It is the worst performance of the stock market during the first two years of a presidency since Jimmy Carter’s disastrous term in office over 40 years ago.
A letter writer to The Daily Advance some months ago asked, “How can you get many mansions into one house?” He was referring to the verse in the Bible, John 14:2, which states, “In my Father’s house are many mansions. If it was not so, I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you.”
Thom Tillis has always seemed unsure of who he wants to be.
Maybe the change was an inevitable byproduct of our charged and contentious era.
Is it really news that Karen Bass will become the first female mayor of Los Angeles? In an era where women have already run Chicago, Phoenix, Fort Worth, Charlotte, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and Boston, the gender of the new Los Angeles mayor should not have dominated the headlines, as it did in numerous media.
Is 80 too old to be president?
An essential key to preparing any meal is mise en place, a French culinary term which means “putting in place” and refers to having everything ready, including equipment and ingredients, before you begin cooking.
The 2022-23 academic year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of Elizabeth City State University’s Rosenwald Practice School.
“In this you greatly rejoice, even though now for a while, if necessary, you have been distressed by various trials, so that the proof of your faith, being more precious than gold which is perishable, even though tested by fire, may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the rev…
By definition, film critics love movies. And thus we love movies about the love of movies.
A Hoffer Flow Control employee who started as an errand-runner and worked his way up the ranks, is the new president of the Elizabeth City-based company.
Members of Christ Episcopal Church and a number of church guests celebrated their Scottish heritage last weekend by dressing up in traditional Scottish clothing and carrying colorful tartans.
- Prayer named principal at Northside Elementary
- Jackson back in jail after bond raised to nearly $2M
- TRC to meet on site plan for Wawa store
- Some churches seek split from United Methodist Church
- Downtown EC's shuttle service gets its wheels
- NC Court of Appeals upholds Woodley murder conviction
- Neighborhood Christmas light shows open this week
- Holiday Celebration, Grand Illumination, Cocoa Crawl to help kick off EC Christmas season
- ECDI has buyer for Rochelle building
- Sheriff's Office investigates theft of more than $25K in items from home