Camden, Currituck and Dare counties are among the areas across the state that will soon be treated by air for infestations of what formerly were known as gypsy moths.
Wednesday’s wet weather was an appropriate touch for an event celebrating completion of renovations to the Fenwick-Hollowell Wetlands Trail behind College of The Albemarle.
Pasquotank commissioners plan to hold a public hearing later this month on a $52.9 million proposed budget that reduces the county’s property tax rate by 15 cents and gives county employees a 3% cost-of-living adjustment.
The Pasquotank Board of Elections says someone created a Facebook page appearing to be the board’s without its knowledge or consent and that the page was then used to promote an election candidate.
The Pasquotank Board of Elections says someone created a Facebook page appearing to be the board's without its knowledge or consent and then apparently used it to promote an election candidate.
I don’t watch many shows. I watch movies, I watch games and I play games, but unless it’s The West Wing or something my 10-year-old wants to see, I’m not watching an episode of “television.”
HERTFORD — Tuesday night was Game 1 of the 1A NCHSAA East Regional Championship Series, so it was fitting that it was the first time this postseason that the Perquimans baseball team really felt some sort of pressure.
Some things should never happen. You don’t spit into the wind, tug on Superman’s cape, or fool around with Mother Nature. Most of all, you should never insult a living legend, the “Houdini of the Hardwood” Bob Cousy.
HERTFORD — Four years ago, Perquimans County High School had never had a girls’ soccer program.
Over the weekend, each of the six NCHSAA schools in the Daily Advance’s coverage area had athletes compete in their respective classification state championships.
HERTFORD — Perquimans star Tanner Thach was dealing with a little dehydration Friday night in the Pirates’ 1A NCHSAA fourth-round playoff game against Chatham Central, but you wouldn’t have gathered that by watching him pitch.
On Thursday, May 5, I went to the local post office to report that I had not received mail for the past two days and needed to pick up my mail. This had happened before and I attributed it to a glitch in the system that would be corrected. However, it became more and more frequent.
On Saturday, four of the six columns on your editorial pages focused on “Replacement Theory.” These columns described this theory as racist, anti-Christian and opposed to American values.
As most voters have shown they understand, Gov. Roy Cooper has been one of the best governors in modern North Carolina history. He’s a skilled lawyer, pragmatic politician and a caring and committed progressive who believes in human rights and building a fairer and more equitable and sustainable society.
On May 24, Fox News blasted a headline, “New York City subway crime up 58% so far compared to 2021; Hunt for gunman in unprovoked shooting intensifies.”
Democrats are fighting over the Biden Administration’s antidumping investigation of Chinese solar manufacturers, and it’s a revealing brawl. Progressives want cheap and abundant green energy that boosts U.S. manufacturing, but they’re discovering they can’t have it all.
Weeks ago a local columnist wrote a column in The Daily Advance titled, “Warp Speed’s failures, and other things we know.” After reading it, I was reminded of MSNBC liberal conspiracy theorist Joy Reid.
Museums collect and interpret artifacts. Libraries collect and loan books.
“Father, make them one as we are one,” Jesus prayed on the last night before He was sentenced to death on false allegations. Jesus knew the end was near and, on that night, beckoned heaven to bring unity to His followers.
“There are few better ways to spend a cloudy, dull Sunday afternoon than sitting in the cinema tucking in to a nice comforting slice of Downton Abbey. ‘Life is like a twisting turning novel,’ one of the characters says wistfully, and that’s one of Downton’s charms; nice pithy little pearls o…
“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.” — Psalm 23:4
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools last month released student honor rolls for the third nine-week period of the 2021-22 school year for the following schools: Elizabeth City Middle School, River Road Middle School, H.L. Trigg Community School, Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Early Colle…
Some years back, a parent in our church shared with me that while scrolling through social media with their child by their side, they came upon a photo of me.
- Child, 5, killed in vehicle accident Saturday afternoon
- Man charged with 2nd-degree murder in 5-year-old's collision death
- Mother files lawsuit in son's car chase death
- Perquimans woman jailed on charges of 1st degree attempted murder, burglary
- Futrell lands back in jail in 10 days
- Shooting suspect arrested at Potato Festival
- N.C. Potato Festival sight for sore eyes to many
- New City Council may not take office until June 15 or later
- 79 provisional, mail-in ballots could thin Rivers' majority
- Mass appeel: 40K attend NC Potato Festival