Albemarle Regional Health Services said Tuesday it will begin hosting drive-through clinics next week offering booster shots of the Moderna vaccine to residents 65 and older and those younger who either have underlying medical conditions or jobs that put them at higher risk of contracting COVID-19.
Two members of the public, one of them an assistant coach, spoke on behalf of dismissed Northeastern High School football volunteer Tony Sawyer at Monday’s school board meeting.
Elizabeth City State University officials expressed gratitude Tuesday to alumni for cooperating with COVID-conscious health policies during Homecoming this past weekend.
City Council will hold a special meeting next month to seek public input on two redistricting proposals for the city’s four wards.
The Albemarle School volleyball team advanced to the finals of the NCISAA State Playoffs with a 3-1 victory over No. 6 seed Cape Fear Christian Academy by the scores of 25-11, 22-25, 25-21, and 25-13. The match was contested before a large, enthusiastic crowd at the Colts home gymnasium in E…
At just after 4 o’clock in the afternoon on September 29, 1954, the public address system at the Polo Grounds crackled with static.
SNOW HILL — The John A. Holmes High School girls tennis team was represented at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2A East regional individual women’s tennis tournaments Friday and Saturday at Greene Central High School.
The Albemarle School defeated Lee Christian in the quarterfinal round of the NCISAA State Playoffs 3-0, by the scores of 25-18, 26-24, and 25-13.
Former President Barack Obama slammed the notion of ideological divisions last week while stumping for New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy ahead of next month’s gubernatorial elections. “These are serious times, and we need serious people. We have too much to get done to be going backwards,” Obama said. “Here we are trying to recover from a global pandemic that has killed more than 700,000 Americans, put millions in harm’s way. We don’t have time to waste on phony culture wars or fake outrage that the right-wing media are peddling just to juice up your ratings.”
On May 11 state Reps. Dean Arp, John Szoka, Destin Hall and John Bell filed House Bill 951: “Study Emerging Energy Generation. “ It was 14 lines long.
When people talk about great Americans, pioneers with integrity, leaders who achieved great things who were strong enough to admit failure, take responsibility for failure and worked tirelessly to turn it around, Gen. Colin Powell comes to mind. Powell was a man of humility, a man of strength. He exuded confidence. Americans trusted Secretary of State Colin Powell, my friend.
Why has the federal government failed to adequately investigate the origins of the COVID-19 virus? It has been almost two years since COVID-19 first appeared and Congress has held only a few hearings about its origins. During those hearings, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Instit…
The U.S. Constitution is ablaze, America’s democracy burning to the ground. But Democrats aren’t hurrying to find a fire hose or even a water bucket. Can’t they see the flames?
Editor’s note: The following is the seventh story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1980s.
Halloween is a tradition that has been passed on for generations. Over time traditions have changed and are still changing today. It is celebrated on Oct. 31 each year.
For 30 years, Reed Adams taught college students the theories he and fellow sociologists and criminologists have developed for why crimes occur and what motivates the people who commit them.
No one wants to think that their child is being bullied at school, but unfortunately it happens more than we would like to believe.
Time is running out for Elizabeth City State University history assistant professor Dr. Melissa Stuckey and the history students in two of her classes.
“Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men” — Colossians 3:20.
- Judge switched parties week after appointment
- EC man in police chase, school bus wreck free on bond
- Driver of speeding vehicle that struck bus facing host of charges
- Police investigate shooting off Walker Avenue
- Felon tied to EC street gang sentenced to more than 5 years for having gun
- Missing teens found safe; community helped in search
- High-speed chase ends with bus collision in Camden, one student transported for evaluation
- Ingram: ECPPS student sent home for not complying with mask rule
- Actress, TV executive meet with ECSU students
- Reunited: ECSU alumni return for Homecoming