MOYOCK — The president of the company that services the troubled sewer system in the Eagle Creek subdivision is attempting to buy the utility.
Breanne Scribner and Lindsey Lynam grew up across the street from each other from the time they were toddlers until they were 12 years old.
Residents who rely on Food Bank of the Albemarle to help feed their families will soon have access to the agency’s planned demonstration kitchen.
The MACU Lady Mustangs defeated the Marlins of Virginia Wesleyan University on the road Monday evening at TowneBank Arena in Virginia Beach, winning by a final score of 56-47.
Wallace-Rose Hill High School ended Northeastern High School’s state title hopes Friday night, defeating the homestanding Eagles 57-22 in the fourth round of the NCHSAA Class 2A playoffs.
A Northeastern High School football player was recognized by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
BOWIE, Md. — Fayetteville State defeated the Elizabeth City State University women’s volleyball team 25-19, 25-16, 25-19 in the semifinal round of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association women’s volleyball tournament Saturday evening inside A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie S…
The North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association released its All-State volleyball teams.
The chattering class was busy in Glasgow this month.
The state of Washington has it. California has it. Michigan has it. Oklahoma has it. Nebraska has it. Arizona has it. Florida, New Hampshire, and Idaho have a version of it.
When a Civitas Institute poll came out showing Governor Roy Cooper’s approval rating two points underwater, Republicans rejoiced. They had been predicting an imminent decline in Cooper’s public support essentially from the day he took office, and here was confirmation — albeit five years and a successful reelection campaign later — that their foe on Blount Street had seen his chickens return to the roost. But Civitas, of course, polls with an agenda: a fervently anti-Cooper agenda. And not long after Art Pope’s pet non-profit poured cold water on Cooper’s image, a pair of more credible polls surfaced showing that Roy Cooper was as popular as ever.
From the dumb messaging of “defund the police” to fear-mongering over critical race theory, extreme ideas and rhetoric from the left and right have become, for too many, litmus tests of loyalty. If one party is for it, everyone in that party must be for it; if the party is against it, everyone in the party must be against it. This rigid loyalty is obliterating the common ground where compromises achieve progress.
James Madison said, “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of government. It would puzzle any gentleman to lay his finger on any part of the Constitution which would authorize the government to interpose in the relief of sufferers.”
While I am in total agreement that replacing fire station 2 is sorely needed, I am less sure about a third station.
“Amazing Grace” is certainly a hymn we have all heard many times, and probably sung as well. But exactly what is “amazing” about grace?
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we would be holy and blameless before Him.” — Ephesians 1:3-4
The Albemarle Chorale will perform in public for the first time in two years when it holds the first of two Christmas concerts early next month.
Currently on display at Museum of the Albemarle until August of next year is “Picturing Women Inventors,” a poster exhibition designed to educate and inspire young people to see themselves as future inventors. This exhibition showcases breakthroughs, motivations and challenges women encounte…
Port Discover, the family science center in downtown Elizabeth City, hopes to bring back a host of programs for kids, teens and adults. And to do it, it’s brought back a former staffer in a new role.
As an assistant coach of Elizabeth City State University’s men’s basketball team who played point guard in high school, Kenny White is used to setting up winning plays.
- Pasquotank's sale of former ECMS to close Jan. 7
- Lynam, Scribner to open Harbor Pharmacy in early December
- State budget includes $5M for Inner Banks ferry system
- Man with warrant for attempted murder escapes, recaptured
- Community Thanksgiving meal tops last year's number
- Former Currituck school finance officer claims sex harassment, unjust firing in fed complaint
- 2 EC residents charged in Southern Shores woman's overdose death
- Wallace-Rose Hill defeats NHS 57-22, ending Eagles' title hopes
- Vehicle rollover on Camden Causeway; one occupant taken to hospital
- NC issues burn ban, cancels all burn permits