HERTFORD — The town of Hertford is raising the price of a cemetery plot for town residents to $750.
The Elizabeth City State University Foundation Board’s new leadership team began two-year terms on Friday.
Seven new members officially began three-year terms on the Elizabeth City State University Board of Visitors on Friday.
Filing for three open seats on the Camden County Board of Education for this fall’s election begins today at noon.
Tenants in two apartments at River’s Landing were forced to spend Wednesday night at a local hotel after the city ruled the apartments were not fit for human habitation because of sewage that backed up into the units.
EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers just keep on winning.
The Edenton Steamers took down the Virginia Beach Sea Dogs 6-3 at Historic Hicks Field on Tuesday. It was the second Cantaloupes night for the Steamers, who will play as the Cantaloupes every Tuesday home game, thanks to a partnership with the Boys and Girls Club. This was the ninth straight…
Today, professional golfers are playing for more money than ever before; ridiculous amounts of cash. It seems like Monopoly money. If the prize money was not enough, the new LIV Tour, backed by Saudi Arabian interests, is paying players just to participate, guaranteed purses not dependent on…
TARBORO — The Edenton Steamers have won eight straight games for the first time since 2020, taking down the Tarboro River Bandits 12-4 at Tarboro Municipal Stadium. The offense showed up big again, scoring double digits runs for the sixth time during the eight game winning streak.
EDENTON — The Edenton Steamers, at least as of Thursday evening, find themselves tied for first place in the Premier Collegiate League.
Journalist David Freedlander couldn’t resist any longer. He just had to say former President Donald Trump is religiously illiterate because he, Trump, gave God the credit for the U.S. Supreme Court overturning its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, abortion could soon become illegal in half of the country. Or so Democrats warn. But it’s impossible to know how the debate will play out in many states. And a study this month by the Guttmacher Institute, which supports abortion rights, suggests that the practical consequences for abortion could be far less severe.
The cries from the left predicting the end of the world in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is a familiar sound.
There’s not much middle ground regarding the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. I’ve listened to some praising our justices as well as others, usually louder, vilifying them. But after the rhetoric wanes a bit there’s one common ground on which most all can agree: elections matter.
Can we make a trade? Can we trade our weak, ineffective, sign-everything-put-in-front-of-him, take-responsibility-for-nothing "leader" for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, a strong, take-charge, loved-by-the-people, real leader?
The Fourth of July is a patriot’s day, full of celebration and memory.
Sometime back, the children at church and I were talking about where people turn for power. I had a small LED (light emitting diode) attached to leads which I held up and asked, “I would like for this to emit light; how can I make that happen?”
Nehemiah had a heavy burden for the city of Jerusalem. When he heard about how bad the wall was, he immediately asked God to give him favor in fixing the problem.
Before the Southern Baptist Convention’s strong vote to approve what supporters called “bare minimum” sexual abuse reforms — with victims in the crowd weeping with relief — there was a strategic amendment to the recommendations.
Thanks to a Sentara Cares grant, the Albemarle Alliance for Children was recently able to create and distribute 150 “social emotional” kits designed for children who experience traumatic events.
Dave Repanshek is helping College of The Albemarle students’ dreams of a career in aviation take flight.
- J.D. Lewis to buy waterfront EC Milling building
- Jail to conduct own probe of inmate's death
- Local talent represented on 2022 Steamers
- Chowan sheriff, SBI investigating fatal shooting of woman
- River's Landing sewage woes: City: 2 apartments unfit for occupancy
- Rivers: Reasons for Hicks' resignation unclear
- Local high schools recognize valedictorians, salutatorians
- Sheriff: No foul play suspected in jail inmate's death
- Patrol investigating fatal wreck in Perquimans Friday night
- Taking the oath: Parker sworn in as ECPPS schools chief