This fall’s sheriff’s race in Pasquotank County is drawing attention from some of the state’s top elected leaders.
CAMDEN — For Juan Castillo, being principal at Camden Early College dovetails well with his goals as an educator and what he enjoys most about working with students.
A training exercise on Tuesday that involved an active shooter at a local school challenged the responses of several participating agencies, says the county’s top emergency management official.
With one more week until kickoff of the 2022 high school football regular season, Northeastern and John A. Holmes will be hosting a handful of scrimmages this weekend as part of jamboree events.
Tis’ the season for cautious optimism. Others refer to it as football season, but they aren’t fans of the Tar Heels and Dolphins.
How many of us can say we took a job out of college and then stayed in that profession for the next 67 years? Vincent Edward Scully did just that.
TARBORO — Four wins in 13 regular-season games against the Tarboro River Bandits, 1-6 in Tarboro’s stadium, nine of their 11 losses overall this summer to the River Bandits; None of that mattered for the Edenton Steamers Saturday night in the Premier Collegiate League championship game.
EDENTON — An almost two-hour weather delay didn’t bother Edenton pitcher Nicky Wohleking. The big lefthander from Kilmarnock, Virginia, just re-warmed up and went out and pitched a gem.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget reports that the Inflation Reduction Act, passed by the Senate and set for passage through the House, does so many good things for our country and our people that it should be celebrated for the monumental legislation it is.
In a way, there’s something almost quaint about the investment strategy that North Carolina’s conservative Republican treasurer, Dale Folwell, pursues for the massive pension funds he oversees for the state’s public employees and retirees.
For decades, conservative politicians had a free ride on the abortion issue. They could tell their “pro-life” base that they were doing all they could to ban the procedure — while not scaring the pro-choice majority. As long as Roe v. Wade protected the right to an abortion, the talk about outlawing it was just talk.
Donald Trump now has the Senate nominees he wanted to win Republican primaries. We’ll soon learn if they can win in November, or if candidates with little experience and a focus on Trump’s 2020 grievances will cost the party majority control for another two years.
In many cases, the difference between a “right-wing conspiracy” or “disinformation” and the truth is about six months’ time. It never ceases to amaze me the lengths that the news media and social media companies will go to protect President Joe Biden and this incompetent administration.
Democrats simply cannot help themselves. The high hopes I had in West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin have diminished, though my high respect for the senator remains.
The Camden Board of Education will meet in the media center at Camden County High School today starting with a closed session at 6:30 p.m. The open session is at 7:30 p.m. Access the meeting at ccsnc.org.
The Pasquotank Board of Commissioners’ Utilities Committee will meet in Courtroom C of the Pasquotank Courthouse Monday at 3 p.m.
The College of The Albemarle Board of Trustees will meet in Room 208 of Building AE at COA-Elizabeth City, today at 5:30 p.m. Prior to the meeting, the board’s Building and Grounds Committee will meet in the president’s boardroom, Room 100, in Building A, at 4 p.m.
- James steps down as EC police chief
- Emerald Lake Apartments fire displaces 23 residents
- Wooten, Weiss picked for ECPPS board
- NEAAAT begins new year with 759 students
- Trucks stuck at monument plaza causes issues
- City to ask TDA for $25K for ECSU football
- Report: Some Pasquotank areas could see 2 feet of sea level rise
- DegreeChoices: ECSU No. 1 HBCU for economic returns
- Police: Edenton man drowns after trying to save woman following argument
- GOPAC poll shows Dems leading in legislative races