New COVID cases in the eight-county region jumped by another 1,700 this week, including a 170-case outbreak at Bertie Correctional Center, Albemarle Regional Health Services data released Friday shows.
CURRITUCK — The owner of a kennel in Moyock is facing nearly 80 animal welfare violations after Currituck County authorities said they seized 61 dogs from his property on Friday.
Switching outside auditors and updating financial software are a certified public accounting firm’s recommendations for fixing Elizabeth City’s financial accounting problems over the past 19 months.
The director of the emergency department at Sentara Albemarle Medical Center is warning the public that the American Red Cross’ supply of blood donations has reached a critical low.
EDENTON — The Chowan County Board of Commissioners took another step earlier this month toward creation of a regional water treatment plant that would be a reverse-osmosis facility.
The Currituck wrestling team capped off its Northeastern Coastal Conference regular season championship with a conference tournament championship at Northeastern High School Thursday as the Knights remain unbeaten as a team for the season.
The Elizabeth City State men’s basketball team picked up arguably its best win of the 2021-22 season on Thursday night at the Robert L. Vaughan Center.
CAMDEN – Northeastern High School remained unbeaten in Northeastern Coastal Conference play with a hard fought decision over Camden County by the final score of 61-56. The game was played Wednesday night at Camden in a packed Bruin gymnasium.
EDENTON – The Northeastern boys’ basketball team defeated John A. Holmes 65-40 on the road Tuesday night.
By restricting competition among hospitals and other medical providers, North Carolina keeps the cost of health care down while maintaining or even enhancing the quality of services provided.
Virginia’s new Republican governor, Glenn Youngkin, raced into office bearing two culture war baubles. One was a ban on teaching critical race theory. The other was a prohibition on mask mandates in public schools.
I’ve been bemused by what I’ve called the Cult of the Presidency since long before it became my job to write about it. To an awful lot of people, the president of the United States is held personally responsible for things he can’t do a blessed thing about, from the price of Cocoa Puffs to the mutation of viruses. And too rarely given credit for things he’s done right.
“The public doesn’t want me to be the ‘president senator.’ They want me to be the president and let senators be senators,” President Biden said at his recent press conference. “If I made a mistake, I’m used to negotiating to get things done, and I’ve been, in the past, relatively successful at it in the United States Senate, even as vice president. But I think that role as president is — is a different role.”
The National Fraternal Order of Police reported 130 law enforcement personnel were attacked in ambush-style attacks in 2021. This was up 115% from the previous year. Logic would tell you this was a direct result of the “Defund the Police” movement and the reduction of punishment for attacks …
The Providence Road bridge into Oxford Heights will fail sooner rather than later. Slapping a coat of asphalt on it does not rectify its problems. The emergency exit is very poorly designed and opened only when we have all given up hopes to get out.
Just when I thought I was completely past any desire for ever owning another motorcycle, I dreamed I was rumbling down a highway on one. Since riding that motorcycle in my sleep, I’ve been dreaming of owning it for real.
We don’t usually think about our gardens until it starts to warm up outside, but now is a wonderful time to make plans and start work for your spring garden.
Journalist Michael Kinsley famously added a twist to American politics when he redefined a “gaffe” as when “a politician tells the truth — some obvious truth he isn’t supposed to say.”
“Preach the Word,” Dr. Mark Rutland shook my hand on stage and admonished me.
The Scripture is filled with truth that we can apply to our lives. One such verse is Isaiah 32:17 which reminds us that the work of righteousness will be peace, and the effect of righteousness is quietness and trust forever.
If you’ve visited the museum in past years, you may remember we had a room commonly referred to as our Children’s Discovery Room. It was extremely popular and often visited daily by many children learning and exploring their way through various educational activities, games, try-on clothes, …
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