CAMDEN — Camden school officials are exploring adding additional classroom space, an auditorium and an auxiliary gym to the new high school that will be built on N.C. Highway 343.
Mid-Atlantic Christian University officials expect expanded athletic offerings and new buildings like the new Mustang Cafe at Alligood Commons dedicated Thursday will help rebuild the university’s sagging enrollment.
Elizabeth City State University has named an assistant dean of student development the university’s first vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer.
Elizabeth City officials will begin reviewing nearly 30 applications for the city’s vacant city manager’s job starting Monday.
City Council unanimously agreed to have River City Community Development Corp. join the Albemarle Area United Way in distributing state COVID-19 grant funds to low-to-moderate-income households in Pasquotank County.
Both a tropical storm warning and wind advisory were issued for the Albemarle Sound area Thursday ahead of Hurricane Ian’s expected arrival in North Carolina Friday.
CAMDEN — The Camden boys’ soccer team defeated John A. Holmes 1-0 at home Wednesday afternoon.
CAMDEN — The non-conference volleyball matchup between the top teams in the Four Rivers and Northeastern Coastal conferences Wednesday figured to be an enticing one.
Due to Dare County Schools suspending all after-school activities because of potential inclement weather, the home football games for Camden and Currituck have been moved again.
We have reached a point in the football season when teams have largely shown you who they are. Take my favorite teams for example.
EDENTON — The John A. Holmes girls’ tennis team defeated Currituck 8-1 in a home Northeastern Coastal Conference contest Tuesday.
Almost everything in Congress — access to contraception, lowering the cost of insulin, infrastructure — seems to be about politics. One might hope, though, that partisanship could be put aside for something as important as democracy.
America is inflicted with a serious brain disease. While many with healthy brains are searching for a cure, some with the disease don’t want to be cured of hate, stupidity and lazy inability to care (with open minds), and herein lies the problem which could cause America to die in November.
Last week there were two columns in The Daily Advance about election deniers. Neither of them mentioned Hillary Clinton or 2018 Georgia Democratic gubernatorial loser and current governor candidate Stacy Abrams. These two ladies put election denying on the map. For four years Clinton claimed…
Republicans are gearing up for elections in November by drawing a clear line in the sand between their party and Democrats.
"Arrests at the southern border will set new records this year," Joe Walsh reports at Forbes. "Border Patrol apprehended 1.998 million people at the U.S.-Mexico border from October to August, already blowing past the 1.659 million arrested in all of fiscal year 2021, which was the agency’s busiest year on record."
It's a commonplace gripe in Trump world and aligned planets that "elites look down on me." The elites are usually described as college-educated liberals living in big cities.
If you saw “X,” the recent slasher film by Ti West, you will definitely want to see “Pearl: An X-traordinary Origin Story.” This prequel is currently playing in theaters.
Across the state of North Carolina, fresh produce is grown and harvested throughout the year. Don’t forget that during the fall, there are still some delectable foods that can be purchased locally such as cabbage, sweet potatoes, greens, pumpkins, turnips and others.
Before wearing the Imperial State Crown, Queen Elizabeth II knelt at the Westminster Abbey altar for a moment of silent, private prayer.
I recently took a trip to serve the people of Honduras. I was alongside a group of nurses who led a medical clinic serving people who were unable to get much medical care.
You have heard that it was said, “You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy. But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven; for H…
Editor’s note: This column is adapted from the story, “Currituck Jack,” by Thomas C. Parramore in the February 1981 edition of American History Illustrated.
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