The Pasquotank Board of Commissioners will host a meeting on the naming of the new Newland park at Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church at 836 U.S. Highway 158 West Thursday at 6 p.m.
CAMDEN — A retired Camden County magistrate died in a house fire in the Taylor’s Beach community of Camden Tuesday evening.
Elizabeth City’s public utilities director urged City Council Monday night to explore issuing debt to pay for needed upgrades to the city’s water and sewer infrastructure, describing water and sewer system problems as “fires” that need constant attention.
December’s First Friday ArtWalk typically is one of the year’s most popular, and this year is no exception.
I have several post Thanksgiving topics I was hoping to cover today.
In a tri-meet held at Pasquotank Tuesday evening between the Panthers, Northeastern and Northside-Pinetown wrestling teams, Northeastern left with two wins.
He reminds me of the last kid picked in the sandlot football game. He isn’t very big, and he doesn’t have the strongest arm.
GATESVILLE — The Camden boys’ basketball team earned its first win of the season Monday with a last-second 47-45 road win over Gates.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The Elizabeth City State men’s basketball team dropped both games they participated in the Bahama Shootout over the weekend.
Just when you thought that politics — and those who participate in it — couldn’t sink any lower, along comes Kevin McCarthy, the man who wants to be the next speaker of the House in Washington. Before all the midterm votes were counted and certified, McCarthy appeared on Fox news boasting, “We have fired Nancy Pelosi.”
One of the few issues most Americans can agree on when it comes to the thorny topic of immigration is that longtime residents who were brought into the United States illegally as children should be granted permanent status. Congress should seize the opportunity during the lame-duck session to pass such legislation before the end of the year.
It’s an age-old, chicken-and-egg discussion: Is it extant societal forces of exclusion, hatred and reaction that give rise to authoritarian politicians who in turn foment division, prejudice, and violence? Ir does it work the other way around?
What do I care about more? Do I care about my iPhone, my iPad, my MacBook and the two Mac desktops — or do I care more about the feed on my Twitter app? Oh, and I forgot to mention my Apple Watch.
Over the past five years, North Carolina’s economy has continued steady growth, despite all the obstacles that have been put before us, including ongoing workforce shortage needs. To keep growing and thriving, we need to ensure we’re supporting our workforce and building toward the future. For business owners and leaders like me, this means updating our immigration system — which has not been substantially updated in more than three decades — or facing the consequences of inaction, which are creeping closer and closer.
“The greatest tyrannies are always perpetuated in the name of the noblest of causes. Principles make us great, not a person.” — Thomas Paine, “Common Sense,” 1775
Editor’s note: This is the fifth of seven columns on genetically modified/genetically engineered crops.
An essential key to preparing any meal is mise en place, a French culinary term which means “putting in place” and refers to having everything ready, including equipment and ingredients, before you begin cooking.
The 2022-23 academic year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of Elizabeth City State University’s Rosenwald Practice School.
“In this you greatly rejoice, even though now for a while, if necessary, you have been distressed by various trials, so that the proof of your faith, being more precious than gold which is perishable, even though tested by fire, may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the rev…
By definition, film critics love movies. And thus we love movies about the love of movies.
A Hoffer Flow Control employee who started as an errand-runner and worked his way up the ranks, is the new president of the Elizabeth City-based company.
- Retired Camden magistrate dies in Camden house fire
- Downtown EC's shuttle service gets its wheels
- NC Court of Appeals upholds Woodley murder conviction
- Ex-shelter worker discusses stress of euthanizing animals
- EC man facing assault charges, including kicking deputy
- Prayer named principal at Northside Elementary
- Pasquotank sheriff probes after resident swindled out of $2K
- Apartment owners with mold problems may be in violation of state law
- Billy Sewell: Lawmakers must protect DACA recipients, all dreamers
- Futrell named new president at Hoffer Flow Controls