Stay home and enjoy the snow.
A local U.S. Coast Guard unit located about six miles from Base Elizabeth City traces its roots to a 1972 federal environmental act.
CURRITUCK — Currituck Schools students and staff will be required to keep wearing masks for at least another month.
New COVID-19 cases, virus-related hospitalizations and nursing home coronavirus infections all soared again this week, data released Friday by local and federal health agencies show.
The N.C. Ferry Division will hold the first of four upcoming career fairs in Elizabeth City next week as the agency seeks applicants to staff its ferries, terminals and shipyard.
The Mid-Atlantic Christian women’s basketball team are back to a winning record after earning a 45-42 victory over Apprentice School in Elizabeth City on Wednesday night.
Northeastern High School (10-1, 5-0) built a substantial first-half lead, and then held off a competitive Pasquotank County squad (4-10, 0-6) to earn a Northeastern Coastal Conference victory Wednesday by the final score of 65-48.
Full disclosure, I am writing this Tuesday morning. That’s important because North Carolina has yet to play Miami and the question this column is set to ask, I don’t yet know the answer to but you may.
Los Angeles loves its stars, and the city certainly has its share on its pro football team. There is former NFL Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald, and outspoken All-Pro defensive back Jalen Ramsey. The Rams have former Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, and controversial wide receiver Odell …
The Victory Christian girls’ basketball team remains unbeaten after its 34-11 victory over Suffolk Christian (Va.) on the road Tuesday night.
I write in response to Father Bob Hudak’s Jan. 8 letter requesting research into the “collateral damage” that occurs by inviting a data processing site such as Compute North into our community. My expertise is in the history of human trafficking, not in cryptocurrency. But a connection exists between these two “markets.”
I don't know about you, but both as a participant and a spectator, I have always looked to sports as a refuge. A refuge from what? Well, what have you got? Work, politics, public controversy, pretty much everything this column is normally about.
Bill Clinton used to say that all elections are about the future. It's true. Voters want to know what candidates will do in office — how they will fix problems — and if they can be trusted to handle the unexpected developments the future brings.
It’s hard to know which is more messed up these days — air transportation, or the Biden Administration. As another case in point, consider the clash between airlines and wireless carriers over 5G.
After a COVID-19 driven timeout last year, March for Life returns this year to Washington, D.C., for the 49th year, noting the anniversary of and support to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision of Jan. 22, 1973. This began the era of legal abortion in the USA.
Omicron is spreading faster than kudzu, especially among our children. Some educators and health officials are suggesting we halt in-class learning and return to virtual learning. That would be a disaster. It’s indisputable that omicron is spreading rapidly in our schools, but data suggests it doesn’t last long and isn’t as severe as was the delta variant. The threats of illness are not as great as other damages to our children.
Since the late 19th century, Catholics have recited the Prayer to St. Michael when facing disease, disaster and despair.
My family recently enjoyed dinner with my father’s side of the family. We ate and hugged and laughed. They asked me to bring a guitar, so we sang a few songs.
With hurricanes regular occurrences in eastern North Carolina, the Albemarle region is no stranger to the flooding and damage wrought by these powerful forces of nature. The costs endured by our coastal communities are manifold.
“How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the path of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers!” — Psalm 1:1
EDENTON — Annette Ringeisen has enjoyed transforming fiber into imaginative creations for decades. Now she’s helping others learn that joy through sewing and fiber art classes offered at her business, Cloth and Twine.
Charles Knight, author and curator of military history at the North Carolina Museum of History, provides a compelling look at the day-to-day activities of Confederate Army Gen. Robert E. Lee in is his latest book on the Civil War.
- 2nd city man indicted in EC triple murder
- Patrol identifies head-on collision victim as 71-year-old Hertford man
- Currituck motorist charged in fatal collision in Perquimans
- EC man sentenced to 12 years in fed prison for distributing fentanyl, other illegal drugs
- Camden, EC, Va. Beach residents charged with failure to appear in court
- Fitting a new need: Local agencies get FEMA travel trailers
- New Tractor Supply Company store to open this summer
- Fire damages home in Camden, occupants get out safely
- Hertford man arrested, charged in robbery of Family Dollar-Dollar Tree
- ECMS to begin serving supper