A man stole a Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Medical Services ambulance Saturday morning and took it on a nearly hour-long ride before he stopped the vehicle and was apprehended by Virginia police.
The executive committee of the Pasquotank Democratic Party nominated civic activist Linwood Gallop to fill the late Bill Sterritt’s at-large seat on the county’s board of commissioners Saturday afternoon.
HERTFORD — Cases against 11 driving while impaired defendants — including five with previous convictions for DWI — were dismissed in Perquimans County District Court on Sept. 14 when the N.C. State Highway Patrol trooper who made the arrests failed to show up to testify.
City Council unanimously approved a new traffic “calming” policy earlier this week that includes more detailed guidelines on what type of measures can be used to slow vehicles down.
HERTFORD — It was a positive start to the season for the Pasquotank boys’ basketball team Friday night.
CAMDEN — Three days after losing at Gates, the Camden girls’ basketball team returned the favor at home against the Lady Red Barons Thursday with a 44-40 win.
I have several post Thanksgiving topics I was hoping to cover today.
In a tri-meet held at Pasquotank Tuesday evening between the Panthers, Northeastern and Northside-Pinetown wrestling teams, Northeastern left with two wins.
He reminds me of the last kid picked in the sandlot football game. He isn’t very big, and he doesn’t have the strongest arm.
GATESVILLE — The Camden boys’ basketball team earned its first win of the season Monday with a last-second 47-45 road win over Gates.
I should have returned from a summer trip to Canada and Alaska via Texas.
The U.S. soccer team seems to have captured part of the national imagination, again. We have advanced in the World Cup, though I imagine most Americans do not understand how or why we have advanced.
Inflation occurs when the demand for goods and services exceeds the supply. The Federal Reserve’s solution is to reduce demand by forcing interest rates higher. The higher rates will reduce the demand for items which are typically financed, like cars and houses. And some of the workers who m…
Good-bye, Dr. Fauci. You did your job while under attack from the worst sort of people.
For the next few weeks, Washington faces a brief, and important, window of opportunity. Suspended in time between an election that’s just over and another that’s already starting, the lame duck session of Congress has a critical question to answer.
Back when my wife and I moved to the country, many of our citified friends were alarmed. One well-meaning fellow even questioned if I’d be safe out in rural Perry County, Arkansas, given my political apostasy. (Trump won 75% of the 2020 vote there.)
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.
Throughout the history of our region, country stores have been a vital part of the cultural and financial fabric of our communities.
“And suddenly there appeared with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among men with whom He is pleased.” — Luke 2:13-14
Author Kathryn Louise Wood says her writing is inspired by places, history and what she refers to as the “what-ifs of the world.”
Key West’s Tropic Cinema is now showing a series of films that it calls Holidays at the Tropic.
- Retired Camden magistrate dies in Camden house fire
- Fire at Goodwill Industries
- Eleven DWI cases dismissed after trooper a no-show in court
- EC Fire Department responds to fire at Goodwill
- Downtown EC's shuttle service gets its wheels
- Goodwill store sustains 'heavy' damage in fire
- EMS head: Man steals ambulance, takes it on hour-long ride
- Armed shooter threat hoax forces lockdowns at NHS, Central; similar hoax incidents reported in 7 other counties
- Pasquotank sheriff probes after resident swindled out of $2K
- Ex-shelter worker discusses stress of euthanizing animals