Elizabeth City State University will receive more than $2 million through a federal program designed to expand access to broadband service in minority communities.
Mayor Kirk Rivers is asking City Council to rename a city park in recognition of Elizabeth City’s three institutions of higher learning.
Nessa Whidbee sang her way through three weekends of competition to be voted winner in the grand finale of “Elizabeth City’s The Voice” singing competition Saturday night.
The Ramble, which are based in Kill Devil Hills, were the winners of Arts of the Albemarle's first-ever Battle of the Bands, held Saturday night in The Maguire Theater. The band was among seven acts competing for $500 and a recording session at Viking Sound Studios.
The summer collegiate baseball team that opens its inaugural season in Elizabeth City this spring plans to ask the local tourism agency for a marketing grant.
In a rematch of last year’s CIAA championship game, the Elizabeth City State women’s basketball team defeated first-place Lincoln (Pa.) handily at home Saturday 69-49.
The Northeastern girls’ basketball team kept their undefeated season rolling on Friday night at home.
HAVELOCK — Area high school wrestlers competed at the NCHSAA Women’s East Regional invitational at Havelock High School on Thursday.
The Elizabeth City State women’s basketball team fell behind early Thursday after a cold start in their home game against Virginia Union and after briefly tying it in the second quarter, they once again needed to find another gear.
Two area high school wrestling teams will be competing in this year’s NCHSAA dual team state playoffs.
There are a few things this week worth mentioning, none more so than Jeff Charles having broadcast his 1,000th ECU basketball game the other day.
Your headline from a October 2021 news article sums up the city of Elizabeth City’s speed hump fiasco: “Council halts speed bump project authorized without their OK.”
During the middle of the 14th century people who believed they had displeased God beat themselves with sticks as penance for bringing on the bubonic plague.
The N.C. Local Government Commission revoked the charter of of the town of East Laurinburg. This effectively dissolved the town’s government because it had been unable to maintain adequate accounting controls, and the town had become financially insolvent. Scotland County was forced to assum…
Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as a justice of the Supreme Court more than four years ago, on Oct. 6, 2018. His oath followed perhaps the ugliest Supreme Court Senate confirmation process in history — and that, given the previous examples of Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas, is saying something. But when it was all over, Kavanaugh settled in to the court, where he has, by all accounts, performed admirably ever since.
Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) quickly became a global punchline when his multiple, contradictory misrepresentations of his background were revealed after he was elected in November. But there’s nothing funny about Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s refusal to call on Santos to resign, as a few other Republicans have.
North Carolina faces many challenges. You and I may disagree with how to rank those challenges, or what to do about them, but we share a belief that our state could be in a better place than it is today.
Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.
In Matthew’s gospel, Jesus reminds us to store up treasure in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves cannot break in and steal. Matthew 6:19-21 reminds us that where you keep your treasure, there also will be the desires of your heart.
Jesus was tempted in all the ways that we are. The writer of Hebrews says that this is why we can know that we have a sympathetic High Priest. Not only will He serve us as priests do, but He understands our plight now.
So you may have seen or heard that country star Chris Stapleton will be singing the national anthem at Super Bowl LVII.
Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City State University, and the Pasquotank County Library have been hard at work planning a number of educational events for Black History Month 2023.
Tiana Cortazzo likes to stay busy. Which is good, because she stays pretty busy.
- Texas Roadhouse coming to EC
- Finding a 'forever home': Church offers space to SOULS Ministry
- Dinner boat will be catering biz opportunity
- Webster: Handling of Brown protests 'fractured' ECPD
- EPD seeks information in series of shootings, one fatal
- Lee named principal at ECP Early College
- Harbor Towns buys better dinner boat
- Edenton protest group spreads anti-monument message with billboard
- Manteo man sentenced a maximum 135 years in sex offense case
- Camden sheriff responds to drug overdose, DWI report