Pasquotank County is drawing praise from a statewide voter advocacy group for becoming the first county in North Carolina to adopt a resolution supporting a fair redistricting process.
According to Elizabeth City State University Chancellor Karrie Dixon, ECSU has 14 brand-new ambassadors for the campus.
The Small Business Technology Development Center wants to help minority-owned subcontractors prepare and submit bids for construction work on Sentara Healthcare’s new hospital.
The region’s public health director said Friday that COVID-19 infections are again rising as both the number of new cases and active cases rose in the eight counties for the second straight week.
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Body camera footage starts at approximately 16:42 in full press conference video.
One of the top stories across news stations recently has been the spread of wildfires in the west and the haze through the air spreading entirely across the United States.
MURFREESBORO — The Chowan football program and head coach Mark Hall announced Monday the addition of Matthew Finnin, Brian Frierson, and Jairus Marlow to the staff.
EDENTON — The Steamers bounced back from Thursday’s loss to Greenbrier with a 13-1 over the Tarboro River Bandits on Saturday.
TARBORO — Edenton’s Josh Pernetti (San Joaquin Delta College) blasted a home run to center field in the first-ever Premier Collegiate League Home Run Derby at Tarboro Municipal Stadium.
After the initial MLB All-Star Game rosters were released, there was a distinct disappointment in Northern California felt all the way in Edenton.
I’m not one to recycle columns but I knew what I wanted to cover this week and then remembered I had written about it a few years ago.
The author of the letter to the editor in your June 26th edition was right on — all lives matter. Also, if persons sought by law enforcement would comply with police's request, they would not be shot. When you point any kind of weapon at the police they will have to respond to save their own lives.
Most students attend colleges or universities primarily to acquire the knowledge, skills, and credentials required to get a rewarding job.
It’s clear how the two political parties want to define the debate in next year’s elections, in North Carolina and nationally. Republicans want to argue about race and culture. Democrats want to argue that government can work and can help people.
On Wednesday March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day — North Carolina voters were led to believe that the people they elected to the state House of Representatives voted 119-0, approving legislation making it easier for applied behavior analysis therapists to practice in North Carolina. It is a therapy that has been shown to be particularly effective for children with autism.
Conservatives accept that problems are just a part of life. More accurately, they accept that other people's problems are just a part of life. Their own problems are of course a sign that some evil conspiracy or another is at work.
I'm writing in response to two recent stories: "ECSU eyes building skybridge first," and "Edenton eyes system for detecting gunshots," both published in your July 16 edition.
Editor’s note: The following is a condensed version of a recent sermon delivered by the Rev. C. Renee Edwards, pastor of Mt. Hermon and Woodland United Methodist churches.
EDENTON — In the wake of the announcement that Todd’s Pharmacy is selling its stores to CVS Health, independent pharmacies in the area say they are hanging on amid rising economic pressure.
Is there any tougher question in life than, “What are you looking for?”
During the first years of European settlement, women in North Carolina wore many layers of clothing.
Editor’s note: The following story is part of a recurring series on students who’ve attended College of The Albemarle.
Family meals: Do they really matter?
- Man sentenced to 60 months probation after pleading guilty to sex offense involving child
- Change of owners at The Pines puts COA out of golf biz
- Edenton man sentenced to 10 years in federal prison
- Jackson challenges Brothers' residency in Hertford
- Moyock Elementary expansion includes razing kindergarten building
- Edenton man gets 10 years in fed prison for ammo charge
- School board approves slate of personnel actions, doesn't explain vote in open session
- Independent pharmacies face mounting market pressure
- Cahoon has a heart for Columbia
- Currituck superintendent should live in Currituck