EDENTON — State Rep. Bobby Hanig is headed to the state Senate.
Written on the sign outside Covenant Classical Academy is the Latin phrase, “Sacra Scriptura est visus meus.”
HERTFORD — Perquimans commissioners are weighing changes to their meeting rules that, among other things, would allow the board to order an unruly commissioner to leave the meeting and use sheriff’s deputies to enforce compliance.
Elizabeth City Downtown, Inc. is putting up for sale a nearly 70-year-old waterfront building it received as a gift early last year.
The North Carolina Symphony will be performing in Elizabeth City next month for the first time in two decades.
Northeastern’s home-opening football game against the Bertie Falcons, originally scheduled for Friday night, has been moved a day earlier.
I remember being able to enjoy coach fights without fear that it could somehow turn deadly. That’s exactly what happened last week in Texas when a youth football coach was shot and killed by an opposing coach.
Last Thursday, Triple A baseball player Wynton Bernard got the word from his Albuquerque manager Warren Schaeffer that he was being called up to the big leagues to join the Colorado Rockies.
HERTFORD — Thanks to a second $50,000 donation from a local resident, a project to complete major upgrades to the girls softball field complex at Perquimans County High School will be moving forward.
Friday night’s scheduled football jamborees hosted by Northeastern and John A. Holmes were both affected by potential inclement weather.
For three days, six hours each, toward the end of July, dozens of kids with baseball gloves could be seen on Mid-Atlantic Christian’s campus and at the Knobbs Creek Recreation Center baseball field in Elizabeth City.
Bells are ringing across North Carolina as some 1.5 million children start another school year. Can you remember your back-to-school experiences? There was always a bit of anxiety and excitement to learn who would be your teacher and what friends were in your class.
A central pillar of the just-passed Inflation Reduction Act is $80 billion going to the IRS to hire some 87,000 new agents, doubling the current force, to chase down U.S. taxpayers who allegedly are not meeting their tax obligations.
Salma al-Shehab, the mother of two young children, was studying for a PhD at the University of Leeds and took time off to go home to Saudi Arabia for a vacation. Ms. Shehab is a Shiite Muslim, a persecuted minority in the kingdom, and a women’s rights activist who spoke out on social media for the right of women to drive. Her vacation ended in prison.
Well, when it rains it pours and it looks like it’s pouring on Elizabeth City when it comes to our city government. Our City Council’s workload just got bigger with another sudden departure of a city official.
As the global pandemic has reminded us with tragic ferocity in recent years, viruses can, despite our best efforts, be enormously destructive and hard to contain — especially as our world has grown ever-more-crowded and interconnected.
It isn’t true that the new subsidies for buying electric vehicles will only benefit the rich. Even if it were, I wouldn’t care.
Elizabeth City City Council will meet in council chambers at City Hall for a work session Monday at 5:30 p.m. The regular meeting follows at 7 p.m.
The Currituck Board of Education will meet in closed session at the JP Knapp campus Wednesday at 3 p.m. The work session will follow at 4 p.m. The regular meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Currituck Courthouse. Access the meeting at http://currituckcountync.iqm2.com/Citizens/default.asp.
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