Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Fourth Ward City Councilman Johnnie Walton has been elected mayor pro tem after a plan proposed by two other councilors to split the role never materialized.
Wells Fargo will be closing its downtown branch bank in Elizabeth City on March 4, the company confirmed last week.
More than 100 Pasquotank County voters have obtained a voter ID card from the county Board of Elections that they’ll need to show to cast a ballot in the March 3 primary.
Monday, December 09, 2019
Camden County deputies responded to a rash of catalytic converter thefts last month.
Races have emerged for county commissioner in both Pasquotank and Currituck counties.
- Hairy deputies raise $3.8K for cancer victim
- Currituck mourns Gilbert
- Child with cancer to get own EC parade float
- New biz opening in downtown waterfront district
- Man wanted in knifing attack apprehended
- Wells Fargo to close downtown branch
- Man charged with indecent liberties
- EC police investigate bicycle-vehicle collision
- High School Football | Northeastern defeats Clinton for NCHSAA 2A East Regional championship
- Christmas trees lit, parades to roll
Multiple area swimmers will try to improve their times to qualify to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1A/2A East Regional and potentially the state meet in late January and February.
RALEIGH — Northeastern High School head football coach Antonio Moore represented the program at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association football state championship media session Monday morning at North Carolina State University’s Carter-Finley Stadium.
Area wrestlers will vie for individual regional and state championships this winter.
CLINTON — All Northeastern High School head football coach Antonio Moore could do was duck for cover.
WINDSOR — The Albemarle School boys’ basketball team defeated Bethel Assembly Christian Academy 68-65 in a non-conference game Monday at Bethel Assembly Christian Academy.
Local Elizabeth City, Carolina United Soccer Clubs U-15 team the Carolina City Blues participated in the 2019 Trident Cup, sponsored by the Virginia Beach City FC.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
As many of us prepare to welcome the Prince of Peace anew, I want to remind readers of this forum of a local group of peacemakers. In our most recent Friends Committee on National Legislation, Greenville Advocacy Team meeting we recalled how being part of this national peace and justice movement inspired us to write many letters to this forum, regularly contact Sens. Burr and Tillis and Reps. Butterfield and Murphy, study policy issues and hold public meetings.
Dr. Gajendra Singh dreamed of providing affordable, quality imaging services to his patients in Winston-Salem.
The new report from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz is an absolutely damning indictment of the Steele dossier.
For more than a year, the University of North Carolina’s Board of Governors has tried to resolve a problem that didn’t really exist: What should it do with Silent Sam? The Confederate statue with its racist roots had been topped by protesters on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus in August 2018. Agree with the method or not, Silent Sam no longer was a safety hazard or a source of pain and controversy to the school community.
The Democratic presidential race is ultimately a debate about whether to promise America a revolution or a restoration.
A gentleman called me today about a letter to the editor I had written. Needless to say he and I think just alike when it comes to politics.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Elizabeth City Middle School
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education has approved Superintendent Catherine Edmonds’ recommendation to fill three vacant posts with veteran administrators.
Sunday, December 08, 2019
The FFA teams from five high schools and three middle schools in the region recently donated more than 500 pounds of ground pork to Food Bank of the Albemarle.
For the eight consecutive year, Eric Michael Gillett will headline a team of talented performers at this year’s Benjamin House Christmas Benefit.
We know all too well the words, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.”
Saturday, December 07, 2019
Jim Day says he discovered his passion for fretwork while making shutters for his home more than 20 years ago.