What year is often associated as the beginning of hip-hop music?
Breanne Scribner hopes to be filling prescriptions downtown again in the near future.
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools has dropped its earlier plan to offer a virtual learning option to all students, deciding instead to limit it to just those students with a documented medical need.
KILL DEVIL HILLS — First Flight High School hosted a boys and girls cross country meet Wednesday.
WILLIAMSTON — First place in the Four Rivers 1A Conference was on the line when the Perquimans Pirates, dropped anchor in Williamston to face-off against conference foe the Riverside Knights on Tuesday.
The Albemarle School Lady Colts volleyball team defeated the Ridgecroft School Lady Rams on Tuesday night at Albemarle School in Elizabeth City.
I have been watching football for a long time, and I am not one of those guys that will tell you that the game “was better back in the day.” Every year I am amazed that the players get bigger, faster, and incredibly more athletic. This is true from the pros, to college, and right down to the…
By President Joe Biden’s predictions, fully vaccinated American adults would be able to receive a third shot of the coronavirus vaccine starting Monday.
OK, Joe, it’s time to get serious. Are you really ready to protect our political system or not?
President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer have based the future of the entire Democratic agenda on a trick. And now many Democrats are increasingly concerned — terrified, actually — that the trick won’t work.
Americans are currently experiencing one of the most peculiar public episodes of my lifetime. Amid a deadly worldwide disease epidemic, many people are behaving like medieval peasants: alternately denying the existence of the plague, blaming an assortment of imaginary villains, or running around seeking chimerical miracle cures.
North Carolina’s economy has enjoyed a substantial recovery from the depths of the Great Suppression — that is, from the COVID-19 downturn of 2020. Most businesses are back up and operating. So are schools and universities. More employees than ever before are working from home. That’s had positive consequences for worker satisfaction and traffic congestion (although the consequences for productivity are admittedly unclear). State government is flush with revenue. North Carolina’s headline unemployment rate was just 4.3% in August.
The James Adams Floating Palace Theatre brought concerts, vaudeville acts, plays and musicals to smaller, remote communities along the East Coast for nearly 30 years. Its ports of call ranged from the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia to the Savanna River in Georgia, and included the vessel’s nativ…
We are starting to see life begin to return to a bit of normalcy with youth being back in school, fall sports starting, and lots of school activities going on. This is the perfect time to check out the good extracurricular educational opportunities available for your kids.
Editor’s note: The following is the third story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1940s.
While debating heretics, early Christians used the Greek term “hypostasis” — meaning “substance” and “subsistence” — to help define their belief in the Incarnation of Jesus as one person, yet with divine and human natures.
The world where we live can be a crazy, dangerous, scary place. We hear about shootings, robberies, and horrible things happening to good people. Just the resurgence in COVID cases is enough to make most people feel uneasy.
Take a piece of paper and quickly write down the names of the people you know are your real friends. Did it take long?
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