It is projected that by the year 2040 the world will need 75% to 100% more food to feed its population, says Zane Hedgecock.
CURRITUCK — Currituck officials have issued a boil water advisory for parts of the Sligo area following a leak to a water distribution line earlier today.
Museum of the Albemarle has announced the seven student winners of its “Crossroads: Country Stores in the Albemarle Region” art contest.
EDENTON — A group protesting Edenton’s Confederate monument and pushing for its removal from the town’s waterfront area is taking its case to new heights.
HAVELOCK — Area high school wrestlers competed at the NCHSAA Women’s East Regional invitational at Havelock High School on Thursday.
The Elizabeth City State women’s basketball team fell behind early Thursday after a cold start in their home game against Virginia Union and after briefly tying it in the second quarter, they once again needed to find another gear.
Two area high school wrestling teams will be competing in this year’s NCHSAA dual team state playoffs.
There are a few things this week worth mentioning, none more so than Jeff Charles having broadcast his 1,000th ECU basketball game the other day.
The Northeastern boys’ basketball team escaped with a narrow 51-45 home win over John A. Holmes on Tuesday night.
BARCO — The Camden boys’ basketball team responded well after letting Currituck back into Tuesday night’s Northeastern Coastal Conference game.
As the old adage puts it: Be careful what you wish for.
I’ve never worked in a bank where I was in charge of the money but I’m pretty sure that someone can account for every dollar at every bank. I’ve also never been in charge of a military armory, but I’m sure someone there is accountable for every weapon and its location. I think that many jobs…
From California to Switzerland, this was a great week for circus clowns. Unfortunately for the clowns, most of their entertaining antics were met not with laughter but with derision.
Ideas that start on the progressive fringes have a way of becoming government policy these days, as President Biden’s $400 billion student loan cancellation shows. Lo, Democrats in Congress are now pressing the president to impose rent control nationwide.
As tensions about raising the nation’s $31.4 trillion debt ceiling build, the headline that should be flashing in front of every American is that our country is not working.
Our senior senator, Thom Tillis, has a target on his back. Angry, disillusioned partisans are calling him a traitor, a betrayer. Curiously enough, those name callers aren’t Democrats, as might be expected, but Republicans — members of his own party!
Pasquotank County 4-H partnered earlier this week with the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools for the 10th annual 5th grade districtwide Science Fair.
I love chocolate. It’s comforting and warm flavor is just right for a cold, January day.
If you’ve ever seen a Regulator Marine sport boat, you’ve seen Lou Codega’s handiwork.
The Albemarle region is the birthplace of North Carolina — and not just because of the Lost Colony. The first permanent English settlers arrived from Virginia in the 1650s, led by fur trader Nathaniel Batts. However, research suggests that Batts only stayed seasonally. The earliest known ful…
Danielle Beaty was hiking with her family at Mount Mitchell when she saw a sign that would inspire one of her most celebrated jewelry pieces.
- Texas Roadhouse coming to EC
- EC police probe 2 shootings that sent 2 to Va. hospital
- Welcome to Camden: Gregory Poole shows off newest site
- Albemarle Neighbor: Beaty's 'Mountain to Sea' ring wins Our State honor
- ECDI downtown shuttle service named 'Harbor Hopper'
- Webster: Handling of Brown protests 'fractured' ECPD
- Lee named principal at ECP Early College
- Harbor Towns buys better dinner boat
- We're hiring: Currituck hosts first county job fair
- NTSB: Mechanic grounded aircraft days before Jan. 7 fatal crash