College of The Albemarle has officially notified state officials of the college’s intent to move forward with construction of a health sciences simulation center now that funding commitments have been received from both the state and Pasquotank County.
Editor’s note: The following article is reprinted from CoastalReview.org.
Construction of a new bridge over a tributary of Knobbs Creek into the Oxford Heights subdivision is scheduled to be completed by the first week of October.
Friday night’s scheduled football jamborees hosted by Northeastern and John A. Holmes were both affected by potential inclement weather.
For three days, six hours each, toward the end of July, dozens of kids with baseball gloves could be seen on Mid-Atlantic Christian’s campus and at the Knobbs Creek Recreation Center baseball field in Elizabeth City.
With one more week until kickoff of the 2022 high school football regular season, Northeastern and John A. Holmes will be hosting a handful of scrimmages this weekend as part of jamboree events.
Tis’ the season for cautious optimism. Others refer to it as football season, but they aren’t fans of the Tar Heels and Dolphins.
How many of us can say we took a job out of college and then stayed in that profession for the next 67 years? Vincent Edward Scully did just that.
TARBORO — Four wins in 13 regular-season games against the Tarboro River Bandits, 1-6 in Tarboro’s stadium, nine of their 11 losses overall this summer to the River Bandits; None of that mattered for the Edenton Steamers Saturday night in the Premier Collegiate League championship game.
We’d like to give special thanks to the Camden Lions Club for its generous donation of $5,708.17 to the Camden County Education Foundation on July 18.
As the Trump classified documents seizure scandal was picked up by international news agencies, Russia 1 host and Vladimir Putin mouthpiece Evgeny Popov said, “If there are any important documents on the newest nuclear weapons developed by the U.S., they’ve been studying them in Moscow for a…
Separately and unequally.
The usual summer lull in political activity has turned out, this year, to be more of a spike. Democrats, having entered the humid season deep in a funk, now sense that because of a series of transformative events, their future political prospects may be far less dire than most of them had imagined before the summer began. Both in the state of North Carolina and from coast to American coast, the Democratic party looks as if it may just have the power to blunt Republicans’ midterm momentum and sustain a smaller blow to their majorities than almost everyone in the political class had confidently predicted last year.
Prejudice is morally wrong. It’s also immensely foolish, producing self-inflicted wounds for individuals, companies, and communities.
Here in Elizabeth City we have a pretty traditional view of economic development. There’s an office supported by the city and the county, a budget for advertising and travel and promotion, an Economic Development Commission that meets once a month with members from Elizabeth City, Pasquotank…
The Currituck Board of Education will meet in closed session at the JP Knapp campus Wednesday at 3 p.m. The work session will follow at 4 p.m. The regular meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Currituck Courthouse. Access the meeting at http://currituckcountync.iqm2.com/Citizens/default.asp.
The Elizabeth City Morning Rotary Club recently recognized local Coast Guard members for outstanding service for both the quarter and the year.
Two new trustees and one trustee who recently won reappointment attended this week’s Board of Trustees meeting at College of The Albemarle.
You know how books have a table of contents that explains what’s inside? Or maybe you have a toy that came with a diagram that identifies each small piece? Nutrition labels are sort of like that. They tell you what’s inside the food you’re eating and list its ingredients.
It was the kind of Pope John Paul II quotation that was powerful and prophetic — but hard to print on a political bumper sticker.
- James steps down as EC police chief
- Perquimans sheriff: Teen dies from accidental discharge of shotgun
- School board adopts discipline policy, Kirby and Basnight object
- Emerald Lake Apartments fire displaces 23 residents
- Officials mum on why police chief stepped down
- Wooten to host Robinson for Sept. school safety event
- JWF officially opens in Edenton
- ECPPS still needs 18-20 bus drivers
- Graham, Wooten differ on mental health priorities
- Currituck woman wins $150K in NC lottery