RALEIGH — A contractor’s failure to follow established safety procedures led to the collapse of a section of a bridge linking North Carolina's mainland to Hatteras Island, killing one worker and injuring another, according to federal regulators.
Albemarle Regional Health Services reported another eight deaths from COVID-19 in the eight-county region this week, including a Perquimans County resident who was younger than 25.
Making investments in infrastructure and preparing a workforce for the future are key to reversing recent population declines in northeastern North Carolina.
GREENVILLE — North Carolina Democrats plan to kick off a statewide tour in Greenville Monday highlighting the work done by President Joe Biden to aid working-class citizens.
BARCO — In Currituck County, Vic Ramsey and the sport of tennis go hand in hand.
College football is as unpredictable as I can ever remember it being.
HERTFORD — The Perquimans Lady Pirates volleyball team defeated the Riverside Lady Knights 3-0 at home on Thursday evening. Set scores for the game were 25-16, 25-15, 25-12.
The Elizabeth City State University women’s volleyball team defeated Mid-Atlantic Christian University in three sets Wednesday inside of Chesson Gym on the campus of MACU.
I think it’s very important to understand that our republic was not in danger on Jan. 6th. Ongoing articles in the editorial pages and the left-wing media would have you believe the so-called insurrection was worst than 9/11 or Pearl Harbor. It is clear that the events of Jan. 6th occurred m…
Elected officials lead us simply because of their positions — we have chosen them to do so. They lead by policy-making, they lead with the tone they set and the issues they choose to pursue.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson saying controversial things could be a reality show. There’s easily enough content for multiple seasons. After all, his ascendency in North Carolina politics emerged from his confrontational speaking style. His mouth is what makes him so popular and disliked at the same time. Robinson even dares to weigh in on specific social issues where only one opinion is allowed now in the public square.
Iowa is represented in the U.S. House by three Republicans and one Democrat. After last year's census, an independent advisory commission drew a new map that reaffirmed the current balance, but made one of the Republican districts slightly more competitive.
Driving home from the dog park, I was surprised to hear the (Dixie) Chicks’ terrific song “Wide Open Spaces” on the country oldies station. The group had been banished from country radio since 2003 after saying George W. Bush made them embarrassed to be Texans.
The museum is a place where stories are told, some of which are commonplace dealing with everyday experiences, and some featuring artifacts related to extraordinary events.
Elizabeth City native Sandra Sutton has learned vital lessons about dealing with adversity and now shares them with others in a new book and in personal appearances.
This past month, I had the opportunity to travel to the western part of North Carolina and brought home some of the most delicious locally grown apples. They were some of the best I’ve ever tasted.
Alex Domingue has made Elizabeth City State University history. The aviation science student and current ECSU flight instructor is the first Viking to be accepted into United Airlines’ AVIATE program, which is designed to prepare him for a career as a commercial airline pilot.
Editor’s note: The following is the sixth story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1970s.
With a controversial Catholic in the White House, there was no way for Cardinal Wilton Gregory to face a pack of Beltway journalists without fielding political questions.
- Judge switched parties week after appointment
- South Mills man facing felony charges after marijuana grow op discovered
- Sheriff's office investigating after video appears to show man abandoning dog
- US 17 Motorcycle wreck
- Task force nabs 4 suspects, seeks 5th after drug operation
- Send in the Marines: Osprey makes historic landing at ECSU
- ECPD seeking two missing juveniles
- Herbie's field of Screams: Haunted attraction opens Saturday in EC
- EC police investigate after 2 shot in vehicle
- John Tyler remembered for his love of people