Elizabeth City State University continues to be a top performer in the annual U.S. News and World Report's rankings of the best colleges and universities in the country.
Elizabeth City State University has been awarded $10,000 in state grants to help address problem gambling among college-age students.
A 19-year-old woman is in good condition at a Virginia hospital this morning after she was found shot on Herrington Road Thursday night, Elizabeth City police said.
A surge in recent COVID-19 hospitalizations and emergency department visits at Sentara Albemarle Medical Center has not affected staffing or the quality of care, hospital officials said earlier this week.
Residents at the Benjamin House have cooked up something extra for this year’s talent show.
KILL DEVIL HILLS — First Flight High School hosted a boys and girls cross country meet Wednesday.
WILLIAMSTON — First place in the Four Rivers 1A Conference was on the line when the Perquimans Pirates, dropped anchor in Williamston to face-off against conference foe the Riverside Knights on Tuesday.
The Albemarle School Lady Colts volleyball team defeated the Ridgecroft School Lady Rams on Tuesday night at Albemarle School in Elizabeth City.
I have been watching football for a long time, and I am not one of those guys that will tell you that the game “was better back in the day.” Every year I am amazed that the players get bigger, faster, and incredibly more athletic. This is true from the pros, to college, and right down to the…
Superior Court Judge David Lee has set a mid-October deadline for state lawmakers to comply with rulings in the decades-long Leandro school funding case. Those rulings require the legislature to fund public schools at a level that will provide every student the opportunity to receive a “sound, basic education,” as required by the North Carolina Constitution.
Last week, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas arrived at the University of Notre Dame to speak about the Declaration of Independence.
Every week, columnist Martha Johnson’s makes her hatred for Donald Trump and the Republican Party very apparent. But she is not alone in her obsession. The news media also tries to run him down almost on a daily basis.
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 1.3 million North Carolinians have contracted the coronavirus and nearly 16,000 have died. To say that the pandemic has devastated our communities wouldn’t do justice to the suffering that’s been caused.
The Germans have always loved to give high falutin’ titles to various levels of expertise in craftsmanship. They coined the word “Gartenmeister” for the top proficiency level in the skill of gardening.
Is Mr. Claude Milot writing op-eds or sermons for the newspaper? An op-ed usually expresses an opinion. Mr. Milot’s pieces sound so opinionated that he wants readers to take them as fact.
Whether you’re a novice picking up a paintbrush for the first time or someone who knows their way around a canvas, Tina Fielder welcomes persons of all skill levels into her art classes.
Over the years I have learned that the people at a funeral are paying much more attention to what is being said than at a wedding or baptism. It is difficult to engage in our usual denial of death when we are gathered around a coffin.
CAMDEN — Anyone wishing to view the Camden Heritage Museum’s offerings of old photographs, newspaper articles and genealogical materials will soon be able to do so online.
Elizabeth City State University has learned that both its master of elementary education and master of school administration degree programs have received advanced accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
Do you ever put yourself down? Do you ever wish you were more? Do you feel that others might accept you better if you were different? If you are a Christian, let me share some truth: it is not about you; it is all about Christ in you.
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