One of North Carolina’s most famous unsolved murders is likely to stay that way.
When Elizabeth City officials announced the launch of the Black Lives Matter Street Artwork Project this summer, they made a point of saying the city would pay for the paint and supplies for the BLM street mural but would not compensate the artists who designed and painted it on a section of…
Pasquotank commissioners approved a Peace Initiative earlier this week that will include forming a Citizen’s Advisory Council to review allegations of misconduct by the Sheriff’s Office, among other duties.
KITTY HAWK — The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold its first of two back-to-back Fall Fundraiser Benefits on Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, at Camp Cale in Hertford, followed by the second Benefit, Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the Ramada Plaza in Kill Devil Hills. This year’s event will feature Phi…
The Northeastern High School football team defeated First Flight High School 52-0 Wednesday night inside the Northeastern Athletic Complex on the campus of Northeastern High School in Elizabeth City.
BARCO — The Currituck County High School boys soccer team defeated Camden County 4-0 Wednesday evening at Currituck County High School.
I met Arthur back in the early 1990’s. We both were doing sports collector conventions, and found ourselves on the same airplane flights as we both lived in south Florida, and were traveling to the same destinations. We became friends, and to save on expenses we sometimes shared a hotel room…
Two leading House Republicans, Reps. Steve Scalise and James Comer, are asking the Food and Drug Administration for documents that might relate to GOP suspicions that President Joe Biden has politicized the process of administering vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Be it recorded that on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, would-be president-for-life Donald Trump skipped the solemn memorial services held to honor 2,997 victims of al-Qaida terror attacks in favor of shilling for a pay-per-view boxing match.
When President Biden announced vigorous new rules, designed to vastly increase the number of Americans inoculated against COVID-19, he warned the nation’s vaccine deniers: “We’ve been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us.”
I got the COVID-19 vaccine shortly after it became publicly available. I did so because I was persuaded that the benefits of vaccination far outweighed the risk.
The influenza pandemic of 1918-’19 is the worst infectious-disease outbreak in American history.
For the past 18 months, as chair of the COVID-19 Task Force at Envision Healthcare — a national medical group that cares for 32 million patients a year — I have been focused on identifying strategies to protect the public. I have witnessed this pandemic through many lenses and spoken with friends, family members and people in my community about their perceptions of COVID-19. What has become increasingly clear is that one of the greatest threats to the health of our patients and our communities is a growing vaccine disinformation campaign. Despite the medical achievement of highly effective vaccines, the true benefits of widespread vaccination will not be realized until everyone trusts the science.
The title sums up Clint Eastwood’s movie career – “Cry Macho.” Whether intended or not, it calls to mind the poncho-wearing Man With No Name in those classic spaghetti westerns and the flinty-eyed policeman saying, “Make my day!”
Do you ever put yourself down? Do you ever wish you were more? Do you feel that others might accept you better if you were different? If you are a Christian, let me share some truth: it is not about you; it is all about Christ in you.
“The kingdom of heaven may be compared to a man who sowed good seed in his field. But while his men were sleeping his enemy came and sowed tares (a weed resembling wheat) among the wheat, and went away. But when the wheat sprouted and bore grain, then the tares became evident also.” — Matthe…
CAMDEN — Anyone wishing to view the Camden Heritage Museum’s offerings of old photographs, newspaper articles and genealogical materials will soon be able to do so online.
Elizabeth City State University has learned that both its master of elementary education and master of school administration degree programs have received advanced accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
Editor’s note: The following is the second story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1930s.
- Trial in death of Milton Sawyer gets underway with opening arguments
- Currituck man sentenced to more than 200 years for child sex offenses
- Police seeking 2 men who fired AR-15 rifle, handgun in downtown
- Body identified as that of missing Chowan man
- Medical Examiner: Milton Sawyer died as result of asphyxia
- Chowan Sheriff investigating after unidentified body found
- Melcher admits murder, says Sawyer helped plot it
- Sheriff: Body identified as missing Chowan man
- City paid $5.5K for homeless worker's hotel stay
- Perquimans sheriff arrests EC woman on heroin possession, other charges