HERTFORD — The Perquimans County Schools has received a state needs-based school facilities grant of nearly $37 million for a new school to serve grades 3-8.
City Council is exploring using the bulk of the money Elizabeth City received from the American Rescue Plan Act to provide electric infrastructure to Sentara Healthcare’s new hospital.
Elizabeth City Police
Editor’s note: Some weekend events may be canceled or rescheduled because of the impending arrival of Hurricane Ian in the region on Friday.
EDENTON — The John A. Holmes girls’ tennis team defeated Currituck 8-1 in a home Northeastern Coastal Conference contest Tuesday.
As I have observed New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge pursue the single-season home run record this year, he has reminded me of the man he is chasing, Roger Maris.
Due to potential inclement weather this weekend, Elizabeth City State and all area high school football teams have had their games rescheduled to Thursday.
DURHAM — The Elizabeth City State football team lost its conference road game 35-16 at Shaw Saturday afternoon.
CAMDEN — Trailing by four points with two minutes to play, the Currituck coaching staff had a difficult decision.
Every year America allows around 1 million legal immigrants to enter America. The crisis at our porous border is forecast to reach a record 2 million encounters with illegal migrants.
It’s been said that all great institutions are but the lengthened shadow of a single individual.
Last week a local business stepped up, no questions asked, to help out the students at Chowan Middle School.
Late in his life, his body broken but his perspective perhaps broadened, George Wallace may have regretted his career as a champion of racism. His daughter, Peggy Wallace Kennedy, certainly thinks so. She has spoken poignantly of his contrition.
There have been many “New Souths.” The first was a fraud, a marketing strategy devised by antebellum Bourbon Democrats to present a regressing society as a dynamic destination for investment.
If you saw “X,” the recent slasher film by Ti West, you will definitely want to see “Pearl: An X-traordinary Origin Story.” This prequel is currently playing in theaters.
Across the state of North Carolina, fresh produce is grown and harvested throughout the year. Don’t forget that during the fall, there are still some delectable foods that can be purchased locally such as cabbage, sweet potatoes, greens, pumpkins, turnips and others.
Before wearing the Imperial State Crown, Queen Elizabeth II knelt at the Westminster Abbey altar for a moment of silent, private prayer.
I recently took a trip to serve the people of Honduras. I was alongside a group of nurses who led a medical clinic serving people who were unable to get much medical care.
Editor’s note: This column is adapted from the story, “Currituck Jack,” by Thomas C. Parramore in the February 1981 edition of American History Illustrated.
Editor’s note: This is the third of a four-part series on the history of the football program at the former P.W. Moore High School.
- EC police: Woman's shooting death a homicide
- School candidate told to exit podium after exceeding time limit
- Ex-finance officer sues superintendent, Currituck schools
- Bertie deputies shoot armed woman
- Camden teenager Connor Morgan impresses in first year at Dixieland Speedway
- Currituck property owners to face tax hike for schools
- Pasquotank extends Meads Pool operator's lease
- King graduates FBI Academy
- EC police officer taken to hospital after 2-car collision
- Little named DSS Director in Bertie County