HERTFORD — Because of the growth in at-home testing and lab delays in reporting results, the total number of COVID-19 cases across the region is likely larger than what the regional health department is reporting, an agency spokeswoman acknowledged Tuesday.
Elizabeth City needs to spend just over $14 million over the next three to four years to begin fixing problems at the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
As of Monday afternoon, nearly all area roads were clear of ice and snow following last weekend’s snow storm, said Brian Parnell, the Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Management coordinator.
All area school districts, citing the potential for the refreezing of roads overnight following the weekend snowstorm, announced Sunday that student classes will be held remotely on Monday.
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I typically avoid discussing the NFL on these pages because it gets talked about plenty elsewhere, but after the games this past weekend, they have earned it.
The San Francisco 49ers have surprised everyone with two playoff victories, and face their rival the Los Angeles Rams this weekend with the winner going to the Super Bowl. A major reason for the team’s success has been the big plays from third year wideout/running back Deebo Samuel. The elus…
The Mid-Atlantic Christian women’s basketball team are back to a winning record after earning a 45-42 victory over Apprentice School in Elizabeth City on Wednesday night.
When I was a fourth-grader in the segregated schools of Alabama, I was taught history from a textbook called “Know Alabama.” The book was written by a man named Frank Owsley, and it glorified slavery, deified Confederates and defended the Ku Klux Klan.
President Joe Biden has taken the Democrat Party to new lows. The Dems have lost 14 points in 12 months in a recent Gallop poll on who the American people want to run the country. Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris’ polling numbers are at historic lows for this time in their term.
Undermining voter participation privileges partisanship over democracy, whether it’s through distorted one-party districts (gerrymandering), or voter suppression. We need to consider not only strategies that re-configure districts fairly, maybe blindly, but also alternative voting methods that increase turnout.
Millions of politicized Americans choose to believe that the COVID-19 virus originated in a Wuhan, China, laboratory to afflict America. Did China also create the delta and omicron variants for the same nefarious reason?
How did we get where we are — many of us a fractious bunch of unhappy children, following the dictates of a political party trying to lead us over the cliff to a fascist, dictatorial governing style we don’t support? How did we leave the “growth for everyone” model we followed from 1946 to 1…
According to a just published article in The Daily Advance, Pasquotank County officials may soon dramatically increase water rates — by 33% for residents and 58% for commercial customers.
“How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the path of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers!” — Psalm 1:1
Since the late 19th century, Catholics have recited the Prayer to St. Michael when facing disease, disaster and despair.
With hurricanes regular occurrences in eastern North Carolina, the Albemarle region is no stranger to the flooding and damage wrought by these powerful forces of nature. The costs endured by our coastal communities are manifold.
My family recently enjoyed dinner with my father’s side of the family. We ate and hugged and laughed. They asked me to bring a guitar, so we sang a few songs.
EDENTON — Annette Ringeisen has enjoyed transforming fiber into imaginative creations for decades. Now she’s helping others learn that joy through sewing and fiber art classes offered at her business, Cloth and Twine.
Charles Knight, author and curator of military history at the North Carolina Museum of History, provides a compelling look at the day-to-day activities of Confederate Army Gen. Robert E. Lee in is his latest book on the Civil War.
- New Tractor Supply Company store to open this summer
- Fire damages home in Camden, occupants get out safely
- Patrol identifies head-on collision victim as 71-year-old Hertford man
- ECMS to begin serving supper
- Emergency official: Stay home and enjoy the snow, no significant incidents reported overnight
- New site, same mission: SOULS begins serving at St. Phillip's
- Bowman eyes new Camden Library opening in mid-April
- Currituck motorist charged in fatal collision in Perquimans
- Hertford renames BLM Avenue Hyde Park
- 2nd city man indicted in EC triple murder