HERTFORD — Opponents of removing the Confederate monument from the courthouse green in Hertford presented a petition with more than 1,200 signatures to county officials Monday.
POINT HARBOR — Before a helicopter crashed along the coast of North Carolina last month, killing two Virginia men, it was seen landing in a field and taking off again, according to the National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary report.
HERTFORD — The Perquimans County Board of Education voted 4-2 Monday to adopt COVID-19 protocols that recommend face masks but do not mandate them except on buses.
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools students and staff returning for the new school year will be required to wear face masks inside all school facilities and aboard school buses but not outdoors when on school campuses, the ECPPS Board of Education agreed Monday.
A state agency is advising residents of Chowan and Bertie counties to avoid green or blue green water caused by an algal bloom that’s lingered in the Chowan River since last week.
NORFOLK, Va. — Norfolk State quarterback Juwan Carter was voted as the preseason MEAC Offensive Player of the Year and leads a list of 14 Spartans who were named to the preseason All-MEAC teams, the conference announced on Friday.
CHAPEL HILL — In a year like none before, high school athletics managed to complete regular seasons and award conference championships, providing student-athletes across the state valuable opportunities to compete, grow and learn in an education-based setting.
So, as the saying goes, I’ve got some bad news, and some good news.
TARBORO — It was gut-check time at Tarboro Municipal Stadium on Sunday night as Tarboro’s River Bandits (24-13) and Edenton’s Steamers (16-13) met in a Premier Collegiate League East Division elimination game. Tarboro won, 3-2, on a bases-loaded wild pitch in the bottom of the 10th inning.
Elizabeth City native Aaron Carver completed his first professional basketball season in Slovenia with Hopsi Polzela this spring.
WRVS-FM 89.9 hosted the sixth NENC High School Football media day Friday morning at the K.E. White Center on the campus of Elizabeth City State University.
Despair is worse after hope is briefly ignited. I don’t know about you, but I was elated earlier this spring when it seemed as if Donald Trump and COVID-19 were gone, and Joe Biden appeared to be getting the nation rapidly back on track.
President Joe Biden is on a roll, lecturing other countries about their democratic deficits. The current Oval Office occupant campaigned on the promise to “bring together the world’s democracies to strengthen our democratic institutions” during his first year in office. Hey, Joe, there’s some creeping authoritarianism right under your nose. What’s blocking your view?
What kind of representation in the halls of the U.S. House of Representatives and the state General Assembly do North Carolinians get as a result of the Republican majority in the legislature’s extraordinary success at extreme gerrymandering of congressional and legislative districts?
Former Republican congressman Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania called the recent Texas meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference a “freak show.” Dent said on CNN’s “New Day” show that “CPAC has always been kind of an odd gathering, but now it’s been taken over by a bunch of radical…
The defacing of the Black Lives Matter mural on Colonial Avenue in Elizabeth City was wrong and the perpetrator who did it served no useful purpose. But attorney Harry Daniels standing on the steps of the Pasquotank Courthouse and announcing into an array of news microphones that a $30 milli…
For the second time in less than six weeks, columnist Holly Audette has stated that renters do not pay property taxes. As Ms. Audette frequently tells us, she is a business owner, so I’m sure when Ms. Audette calculates what to charge her customers at her bed and breakfast, property taxes ar…
“There is one who scatters, and yet increases all the more, and there is one who withholds what is justly due, and yet it results only in want. The generous man will be prosperous, and he who waters will himself be watered.” — Proverbs 11:24-25
The message to Catholic traditionalists in Southwest England was blunt, yet pointed.
One of the perks of being president of the Albemarle Area Association of Realtors is getting to choose the recipient of the funds raised at the group’s annual dinner social.
There are many tools that home gardeners use that are not much different from those used by farmers except for scale and cost.
At the Southern Historical Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill, I found a remarkable collection of oral history interviews from the North Carolina coast during the Great Depression.
“But, I don’t understand.”
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