Elizabeth City officials are exploring bringing an off-line waste station at the city’s wastewater treatment facility back into service as a way to expand the city’s sewer capacity.
WASHINGTON — In a move to send the country back toward pre-pandemic life, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday eased indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places.
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It appears City Council wants to cut City Manager Montre Freeman’s proposed 10-cent property tax rate hike in half.
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Dixieland Speedway will officially begin the 2021-racing season tonight at 8 p.m.
Two pairs of Eagles are in Cary in pursuit of a state tennis championship.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Mid-Atlantic Christian’s John Baker completed play at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Golf National Invitational tournament Tuesday.
PINEHURST — Katherine Schuster was not denied her fourth NCHSAA Individual State Women’s Golf Championship, collecting the trophy for the fourth straight year thanks to a 2-under 70 at Pinehurst No. 8 in the 1A/2A Women’s Golf State Championship.
CAMDEN — The Camden County Bruins defeated the Bear Grass Charter School Bears Tuesday night in Camden by the score of 5-1 to win the North Carolina High School Association East Regional Championship of the Class 1A state softball playoffs.
BARCO — Currituck almost did it again.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that births in the USA reached another historic low in 2020.
Sometimes the lines of authority get blurred, especially in government. North Carolina has a current example involving the General Assembly and the State Board of Elections.
I don’t remember a gas shortage during the Trump presidency but we have one now with President Joe Biden being in office only 100 days.
Have you ever wondered what happens to flat-earthers?
A bevy of bills before the state legislature seeks to improve how state and local agencies assist people struggling with mental health crises and related issues. They’re both promising and overdue.
My name is LaToya Parker, and I would like The Daily Advance to submit a noted correction on a letter written by Robert Powell entitled, “In encounters with police, don’t resist arrest.”
After careers as a lab technician and water plant operator in North Carolina’s Piedmont region and then as a missionary to Ghana, West Africa, Wanda Hughes was ready for something different.
A story on the Perquimans Art League’s new photo essay on Albemarle senior athletes in the Lifestyles section of our weekend edition included the wrong contact information for senior citizens who wish to participate. To make an appointment to have your photo taken, call Harbor Images at 252-…
I love the Bible story of the Prodigal Son in which the father totally forgives an ungrateful son who had taken his inheritance early, left home, and squandered it all on rowdy living, ending up so desperate that in order to survive, he fed pigs — the ultimate disgrace for a Jew.
A plain and small white church built in 1853 was one of the biggest things that had ever happened in Washington County at the time its doors first opened and the Rehoboth Methodist Church still stands pretty much as it did 168 years ago.
Emma Montero, a rising senior at Northeastern High School, has been selected to attend the 2021 North Carolina Governor’s School.
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