Harbor Towns, Inc. will eye alternate docking sites in Perquimans County for its Eagle 1 dinner-excursion boat during its inaugural year because the town of Hertford’s dockage currently can’t accommodate the vessel.
CAMDEN — A state regulatory agency hasn’t decided yet whether to evaluate the South Mills Water Association’s water treatment plant following a plant malfunction that is forcing SMWA to buy water from Camden County on an emergency basis.
The N.C. Department of Transportation delivered some unwelcome news to Pasquotank officials Monday afternoon.
Pasquotank commissioners on Monday rejected without taking a vote a plan proposed by the local NAACP to increase the chance of more minority candidates winning election to the county's governing board.
Longtime Pasquotank Commissioner Cecil Perry announced his intention to resign from the county's Board of Commissioners Monday night.
Area swimmers competed at their respective NCHSAA east regional swim meet in Cary this past weekend.
BARCO — Friday night’s Northeastern Coastal Conference matchup between the Currituck and Pasquotank boys’ basketball teams came down to the final shot.
Area high school swimmers will be competing in NCHSAA east regional meets this weekend.
I am not normally a fan of writing about a topic that everyone else is discussing in sports however, it seems unavoidable as it regards the Super Bowl.
I was disappointed to hear that the dinner boat will not be coming to Hertford this year because our dock is not adequate.
The first Confederate statues were monuments to victory in a war of Southern aggression. Defeated at Appomattox, Southern whites regrouped by organizing terrorist militias and ransacking the region’s newly biracial local and state governments. As the North soured on Reconstruction and white Republicans finally abandoned the freed slaves, Southerners completed the “Redemption” of the old Confederacy with the imposition of a slavery-esque system of apartheid. Up went the statues to celebrate Dixie’s revenge.
The Constitution states: “No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained the age of twenty five years, and been seven years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.”
Maybe I have been too exposed to the Ku Klux Klan and their sympathizers over the years — whether they were dressed in a white robe or now wearing a Brooks Brothers’ suit, I say facetiously.
Less than 10 days into the new year, a 6-year-old child in Newport News, Virginia, shot and severely wounded his teacher.
I feel it necessary to respond to Mr. Andrew Morton’s Feb. 1 letter to the editor. I would ask, has he even read or scanned the “Fair Tax Act of 2023?” I have scanned it and made it through Section 502 before my eyes crossed.
Genesis 8:22 reminds us that seedtime and harvest will never cease as long as the earth continues. Biblical society was agrarian, meaning people worked the land. Many of Jesus’ parables were agricultural in nature and sowing and reaping were topics understood by the Bible’s original audience.
Jesus preached in His hometown after he had made a name for Himself in some surrounding cities. Jesus had become famous for His healing power.
“Do not eat the food of a stingy man, do not crave his delicacies.” — Proverbs 23:6
Sometimes in Christianity when we think about sowing seed, the first thing that comes to mind is money. Money can be seed, but it is not the only seed. As Christians, we can sow all kinds of spiritual seed.
Last summer, Director of Regional Museums Don Pendergraft introduced the story of a portrait painting and its long journey back to Elizabeth City. We can now happily report that with the generosity of local community members, Friends of the Museum of the Albemarle is able to conserve the pai…
We’ve all heard it: Did you remember to take your vitamins? You don’t want to get sick; make sure you take your vitamins.
- Currituck fugitive arrested after chance encounter
- NEAAAT awarded $500K Golden LEAF grant for career center project
- Senior captain, other Harbor Towns staff introduced
- Perry announces resignation after 4-2-1 restructuring plan fails
- EC sex offender charged with illegally being on school property
- Learning in action: NEAAAT students present annual projects
- Texas Roadhouse coming to EC
- Edenton police probe shooting death of 25-year-old man
- Currituck Sheriff charges residents with DWLR, DWI, FTA
- Camden selliing additional water to SMWA amid plant emergency