It looks like Pasquotank and surrounding counties missed the worst of Ian's fury.
EDENTON — Some Chowan County residents are being advised to boil their drinking water this morning following an outage on the county's water system.
An Elizabeth City man wanted by police for last month’s shooting death of Marcus Lee Moore appears to be the same man who previously was convicted twice for manslaughter.
HERTFORD — What Perquimans County sheriff’s investigators initially ruled an accidental shooting has resulted in a murder charge for an Elizabeth City teen.
HERTFORD — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt said during a visit to Perquimans County Schools Wednesday that awarding a school an A, B, C, D or even F grade might not be the best way to provide useful information to parents and others about how schools are doing.
EDENTON — Thursday night’s football game between the Pasquotank Panthers and John A. Holmes Aces seemed destined for a blowout when the Aces ran for two long touchdowns on their first three plays from the line of scrimmage.
CHARLOTTE — The Elizabeth City State football team lost 49-14 at Johnson C. Smith Thursday night.
AHOSKIE – When a high school football team racks up 465 yards of total offense and scores six touchdowns, it’s reasonable to assume they were victorious in their efforts.
CAMDEN — The Camden boys’ soccer team defeated John A. Holmes 1-0 at home Wednesday afternoon.
CAMDEN — The non-conference volleyball matchup between the top teams in the Four Rivers and Northeastern Coastal conferences Wednesday figured to be an enticing one.
Due to Dare County Schools suspending all after-school activities because of potential inclement weather, the home football games for Camden and Currituck have been moved again.
With Queen Elizabeth II’s death and the smooth accession of her son, now King Charles III, we are witnessing a moment of history. But let’s not forget dynastic struggles that led to over 150 years of turmoil for Britain. From the moment in 1534 that King Henry VIII established the Church of England, defying the pope, English men and women who clung to their Catholic beliefs and practices were considered heretics and traitors to the crown. Henry even executed his own friend and chancellor Thomas More for not dutifully parroting the king’s anti-papal stance.
Poll numbers for political races in North Carolina have shifted slightly toward the Democrats. For example, Ted Budd, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, was leading Democrat Cheri Beasley by several percentage points during the summer, but recent polls now have the race a statistical tossup.
On Aug. 25, more than 20 residents of Greenville made their opinions known at a public hearing hosted by the state Division of Air Quality. These citizens, among them members of North Of The River Association, spoke out against DAQ granting a Title 5 permit to World Cat, a boat manufacturing facility located in north Greenville.
I’m sure you have heard the expression “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” and it is obviously good advice.
Partisanship aside, how did we get to this low period in our nation’s history? Its clear we have an extremely biased media where any news, big or small that could discredit or damage any Republican, especially former President Donald Trump or Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, will be the top story.…
The Bible commands Christians to welcome and care for the most vulnerable among us; that includes the immigrant and sojourner. In Hebrews 13, for example, we are called upon to “show hospitality to strangers” as though they were angels. It is with this knowledge, and faith in God’s love, that we pray for the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the hundreds of thousands of young people who depend on it.
I was talking with a dear friend just today who was feeling extremely stressed and beat up by other church members. I reminded my friend that ministry could often be thankless work. There are certainly people in the church world who are quicker to tear others down than they are to build them…
“O Lord, who may abide in Your tent? Who may dwell on Your holy hill? He who walks with integrity, and works righteousness, and speaks truth in his heart.” — Psalm 15:1.2
Amanda Parker planned to be one of approximately 60 artists showcasing their work at today’s Arts on the Perquimans in Hertford.
Is your yard plagued by spikey weeds in the summertime?
It’s not like I didn’t have anything else to do, but I counted them this morning: the never-ending pickets that surround our home.
Editor’s note: This is the last of a four-part series on the history of the football program at the former P.W. Moore High School.
- School candidate told to exit podium after exceeding time limit
- EC teen charged with murder in August Snug Harbor shooting
- EC man charged with murder in woman's shooting death
- EC police: Woman's shooting death a homicide
- King graduates FBI Academy
- Suspect in Aug. shooting death appears linked to manslaughter convictions
- Ex-finance officer sues superintendent, Currituck schools
- Little named DSS Director in Bertie County
- Sheriff: Juvenile petitions sought for student who threatened teacher, broke door window
- Hopefuls differ on how to spur ECPPS turnaround