Pasquotank County Commissioner Cecil Perry announced his intention to resign from the board at the end of the Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday.
State Rep. Bill Ward, R-Pasquotank, has co-sponsored legislation that could dramatically change the way North Carolina ranks counties considered to be economically distressed.
Senior Dylan Burke named his proposed business “Santiago’s Bait, Tackle & More” after reading Ernest Hemingway’s novel, “The Old Man and the Sea.”
Three hundred fewer people in the six-county area filed for jobless benefits in December, as the region’s unemployment rate fell by more than half a percent to 3.4%.
Area swimmers competed at their respective NCHSAA east regional swim meet in Cary this past weekend.
BARCO — Friday night’s Northeastern Coastal Conference matchup between the Currituck and Pasquotank boys’ basketball teams came down to the final shot.
Area high school swimmers will be competing in NCHSAA east regional meets this weekend.
I am not normally a fan of writing about a topic that everyone else is discussing in sports however, it seems unavoidable as it regards the Super Bowl.
HAMPTON, Va. — Northeastern Coastal Conference indoor track and field teams competed in the conference championship meet in Hampton’s Boo Williams Sportsplex on Tuesday.
I feel it necessary to respond to Mr. Andrew Morton’s Feb. 1 letter to the editor. I would ask, has he even read or scanned the “Fair Tax Act of 2023?” I have scanned it and made it through Section 502 before my eyes crossed.
As Congress rolls out its latest theatrical production concerning the debt ceiling, the same old lines from the same old script are enjoying new life.
The “problem” with freedom is that other people may do things that trouble, annoy, or even anger you. In a free society, you have no legitimate authority to stop them.
Slogans are easy and are vehicles to mask reality.
What is it with all the dental floss lying about?
There’s a lot of confusion in our country now about true victimhood, gender orientation and entitlement. Reflecting all this confusion is the continued effort to organize voting districts around what voters look like.
Jesus preached in His hometown after he had made a name for Himself in some surrounding cities. Jesus had become famous for His healing power.
“Do not eat the food of a stingy man, do not crave his delicacies.” — Proverbs 23:6
Sometimes in Christianity when we think about sowing seed, the first thing that comes to mind is money. Money can be seed, but it is not the only seed. As Christians, we can sow all kinds of spiritual seed.
Last summer, Director of Regional Museums Don Pendergraft introduced the story of a portrait painting and its long journey back to Elizabeth City. We can now happily report that with the generosity of local community members, Friends of the Museum of the Albemarle is able to conserve the pai…
We’ve all heard it: Did you remember to take your vitamins? You don’t want to get sick; make sure you take your vitamins.
The 2023 Grammys are Sunday night and I might watch.
- Currituck fugitive arrested after chance encounter
- NEAAAT awarded $500K Golden LEAF grant for career center project
- Senior captain, other Harbor Towns staff introduced
- EC sex offender charged with illegally being on school property
- Vehicle strikes cancer center building
- Learning in action: NEAAAT students present annual projects
- Texas Roadhouse coming to EC
- EPD seeks information in series of shootings, one fatal
- Edenton police probe shooting death of 25-year-old man
- Camden selliing additional water to SMWA amid plant emergency