Attorneys for the family of Andrew Brown Jr. are no longer seeking release of the full u redacted body camera footage of Brown's April 21 shooting death by Pasquotank sheriff's deputies — a key demand of both those protesting Brown's death and civil rights activists seeking federal probes in…
HERTFORD — The town of Hertford will pay the Perquimans County Sheriff’s Office $350,000 to take over law enforcement service in the town limits.
Pasquotank County will give the Boys & Girls Club and the SOULS feeding program a portion of the proceeds from the anticipated sale of the former Elizabeth City Middle School.
It’s often said that everyone has at least one great story to tell. A new downtown business wants to use its expertise and technology to help residents share that story through podcasts, internet videos, or by even writing the next bestseller.
Shooting Related Content
Body camera footage starts at approximately 16:42 in full press conference video.
MANTEO — Camden girls and the Manteo boys outdoor track and field teams captured their respective Albemarle Athletic Conference Championships Thursday, during a meet at Manteo High School, in Manteo.
HERTFORD — The Perquimans County High School baseball team defeated John A. Holmes 16-7 Thursday afternoon at Perquimans County High School.
This is the time of year that the occasional afternoon thunderstorm rolls into the area but if you time it right you can really score some nice largemouth just before and after the rains.
I know you are expecting a Coach K retirement column here, but it’s not going to happen today. I’ve given him his due before and he’ll certainly get it again, but he provided all of us an entire season to say goodbye to him so I’ll let the others go first.
Northeastern High School hosted the Northeastern Coastal Conference outdoor track and field championship meet Wednesday.
Antwan Harris has been one of the important players in the resurgence of the Perquimans County High School varsity football team in recent years.
As lockdowns sent city dwellers “fleeing” to the suburbs for more space, the prices of homes offering that space took off. To play in the bidding wars, homebuyers had to cough up big money and chain themselves to giant mortgages. This painful scenario led many to choose renting over buying, and that’s not a bad thing.
Anyone who wanted a COVID vaccine has gotten a vaccine.
Of all the commercials that have made cheeky pitches for light beer over the years, this one is a classic:
New presidents have only so long to get big legislative initiatives done. It’s already June, and the clock is ticking for President Joe Biden. Big bills take a long time. Congress will spend much of the summer on recess. They’ll be at work in the fall, but by the end of the year, Democratic and Republican lawmakers will be obsessed with winning reelection in 2022.
Now that the Major League Baseball season is well underway, with fans like me relieved and happy to have our absorbing summer pastime back, spectators returning to the ballpark and interesting playoff races in all six divisions, it’s time for the annual spate of “baseball is doomed” articles presaging the game’s inevitable decline and fall.
Houston Methodist Hospital set a deadline this week for its 26,000 employees: Get vaccinated against the coronavirus, or lose your job. Almost everyone complied, except for a small group of dissenters, who are now suing the hospital.
“When I found him whom my soul loves; I held on to him and would not let him go....” Song of Solomon 3:4
I think we all know that sometimes tragedy and loss can lead to a deeper appreciation of being alive and sometimes causes us to question our priorities.
For the town of Elizabeth City, the year 1908 brought with it the publication of its first private newspaper, The Independent. With an overall mission of supporting clean and fair government, no story went untold, and no powerful individual was safe from being exposed within the pages of the…
Today, The Daily Advance celebrates the Class of 2021 by profiling area high school seniors who demonstrated consistent academic excellence over four years by graduating at their top of their class.
The following members of the Class of 2021 in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools were named honor graduates at their respective schools.
- Molesky gets life sentence for Currituck man's murder
- EC police investigating city's 2nd fatal shooting in 9 days
- Updated: Three charged in break-ins in two counties
- Two women charged with stabbing one another after vehicle crash
- Camden man faces 8 felony child porn charges
- Details scarce in American Legion shooting
- EC man charged with conspiring to sell cocaine
- Police: Motorist hit by gunfire on Roanoke Avenue
- Two arrested for multiple breaking and entering charges
- Several People Taken to Hospital After 2 Vehicle Collisions Saturday on Ocean Highway