SOUTH MILLS — About 60 residents attended an at-times contentious public hearing Monday to voice their frustrations over water availability in the South Mills area.
Pasquotank commissioners may discuss early next year the prospect of changing how board members are elected.
Elizabeth City police say the 5-year-old child who was mortally wounded at a local mobile home park Sunday suffered a gunshot to the abdomen and later died at the hospital.
You stand at the foul line, a tight game in the fourth quarter. You know your team needs every point. You think of your last miss, and your body tightens up. The shot clanks off the rim, and you feel sick. And then you miss the next one.
The Northeastern High School boys soccer team defeated Camden County 5-0 Monday at Northeastern High School in Elizabeth City.
ESPN and the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) have announced a multi-year, multi-platform media rights agreement, enhancing ESPN’s college sports portfolio and coverage of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) with the addition of the conference’s men’s and w…
ETTRICK, Va. — The Elizabeth City State University women’s volleyball team competed at the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Roundup at Virginia State University on Saturday and Sunday.
One could say that there was a “pre” and “post” Gen. Colin Powell for the American right. It’s this ideological evolution of many on the right that should ultimately be remembered as the four-star general’s enduring legacy, sparked in that historical moment in 2003 for which Powell repeatedly spent the last several years expressing regret, right up until his death this week at age 84.
St. Louis leaders aren’t the only ones reassessing the wisdom of downsizing the city police department to mollify a loud but not necessarily representative group of far-left activists. Rising violent crime is plaguing cities across the country, and a growing number of Democratic mayors have realized that defunding the police is the opposite of what’s needed to retake control of the streets.
America has a lot of free stuff. Get to the United States and you will be able to have nearly everything taken care of by the U.S. government. That seems to be the prevailing wisdom held by many migrants who make the journey from Central America through Mexico to our southern border, and eventually, with our lax immigration policies, into America.
I’m sorry Marxists, but big government does not solve problems; it creates them. That is why the founding fathers were so skeptical of big government.
Donald Trump revealed at his recent Iowa rally why he continues to throw out the Big Lie, even though he knows he did not win the election: it’s because that’s the line that brings him the biggest applause. It’s ego juice, says CNN’s Jim Acosta. Trump wants to hold onto his power with Republ…
When the North Carolina Supreme Court renders judgement, it should generally be the last word on the matter. That decision rendered by the state’s seven justices — regardless of how it might come down — should be above reproach or question of impartiality.
The museum is a place where stories are told, some of which are commonplace dealing with everyday experiences, and some featuring artifacts related to extraordinary events.
Elizabeth City native Sandra Sutton has learned vital lessons about dealing with adversity and now shares them with others in a new book and in personal appearances.
This past month, I had the opportunity to travel to the western part of North Carolina and brought home some of the most delicious locally grown apples. They were some of the best I’ve ever tasted.
Elizabeth City State University has been awarded more than $1 million by the U.S. Department of Education to help middle and high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds succeed in higher education.
Loving another person is just about the hardest thing there is to do in this life. I don’t mean love like in a romantic novel or sappy movie. I mean really love.
Alex Domingue has made Elizabeth City State University history. The aviation science student and current ECSU flight instructor is the first Viking to be accepted into United Airlines’ AVIATE program, which is designed to prepare him for a career as a commercial airline pilot.
- Judge switched parties week after appointment
- Deputy chief: Police probing fatal shooting involving 5-year-old child
- EC man arrested after firing at vehicle
- Gunshots on Speed Street
- Herbie's field of Screams: Haunted attraction opens Saturday in EC
- US 17 Motorcycle wreck
- Send in the Marines: Osprey makes historic landing at ECSU
- Police: Child suffered fatal gunshot to abdomen, handgun seized
- Thompson arrested on nine child-sex charges
- Task force nabs 4 suspects, seeks 5th after drug operation