Representatives of the state’s Treasurer’s Office will meet with Elizabeth City City Council Monday night in closed session to discuss the city’s continuing financial management problems.
People who visited Elizabeth City this past summer spent their money on lodging and eating out, says Corrina Ruffieux, executive director of Visit Elizabeth City.
A Family Dollar store in Perquimans County and Dollar General store in Camden are among 70 stores fined by state officials in the third quarter of this year because of excessive price-scanner errors.
CURRITUCK — Currituck County has received a $250,000 grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation’s Flood Mitigation program to support the county’s continuing efforts to improve stormwater management in Corolla.
On Thursday, Elizabeth City’s Johnnie Walton was officially selected to be inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame.
In a tri-meet hosted by Northeastern High School Wednesday night, it was the Currituck wrestling team that left unbeaten.
Do you remember back in the day when recruiting high school teenagers was the best way for college coaches to get good football players? That was so pre-pandemic.
WILLIAMSTON — The Camden girls’ basketball team pulled out a 48-46 road win over Riverside-Martin on Tuesday.
The truly amazing sequence of events started with a young teenage girl running to catch a train after school.
Northeastern High School’s Shamar Sutton was recently selected to participate in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
Don’t get me wrong here. My Jewish friends do not celebrate Christmas. Hanukkah, certainly, but Christmas, no.
One of the best-known carols is “Joy to the World.” The first verse contains a short sentence which is, often misread. The words are, “The Lord is come.”
The Respect for Marriage Act, codifying same-sex marriage as federal law, already decided as such by the Supreme Court in the Obergefell decision in 2015, has now passed the Senate. If it passes in the House, President Joe Biden will sign it into law.
Legislative leaders are baffled. We all should be. After pouring more than $200 million additional dollars into helping our children read at grade level, they (and we) want to know when we are going to see results. Just before Thanksgiving we learned that the 2021 test results showed only 47 percent of third-grade students were proficient in grade-level reading. End of grade tests further demonstrated that 53 percent of students in grades three through eight were “not proficient” in grade level reading.
Oral arguments began Wednesday in an important case that our state’s Republican-led legislature has dragged all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
I could not agree more with a recent letter writer who voiced an opinion that Bob Steinberg should not have been hired as a lobbyist for the city of Elizabeth City.
College of The Albemarle recently honored nearly 60 employees who’ve reached “significant milestones” in their years of service to the college — 5 or more years — as well as those reaching either their first- or three-year anniversaries.
Some seven hundred years before Jesus’ birth, Isaiah would prophesy the hope of the soon-coming King. Of course, many did not understand the nature of the King or His Father’s kingdom. Still, with years of hindsight, today we realize that the King of Kings and Lord of Lords foretold years ag…
Bertie County photographer Tom Brennan has come a long way from that $1.50 plastic drugstore camera he used to shoot images for his first show in 1978.
- Harbor Town ferry service set to begin in spring
- Autopsy report: Inmate died from 'combined drug toxicity'
- Sheriff's Office investigating report of rape
- Lights have fans — and vocal detractor
- Police: EC man steals ambulance, takes it on hour-long ride
- Pasquotank Dems nominate Gallop for vacant commissioner seat
- EC celebrates Christmas Parade
- EC bank robbed, suspect nabbed at Va. state line
- Eleven DWI cases dismissed after trooper a no-show in court
- A Christmas miracle: Boy with illness now able to walk