HERTFORD — A community forum held last week at the Hertford Housing Authority focused on improvements to the town but also generated a wish-list of ideas from local residents.
HERTFORD — Teens and adults in Bertie, Chowan, and Perquimans counties now have a new choice for driver training.
The Pasquotank Board of Commissioners is scheduled to revisit a proposal Monday from the local NAACP chapter on changing how commissioners are elected to the county's seven-member governing board.
Area high school swimmers will be competing in NCHSAA east regional meets this weekend.
I am not normally a fan of writing about a topic that everyone else is discussing in sports however, it seems unavoidable as it regards the Super Bowl.
HAMPTON, Va. — Northeastern Coastal Conference indoor track and field teams competed in the conference championship meet in Hampton’s Boo Williams Sportsplex on Tuesday.
Last time the Northeastern and Camden boys’ basketball teams met, the Eagles had to work back from a double-digit halftime deficit to get the win.
Philadelphia Eagles fans would be perfectly satisfied if the end of the Super Bowl next week plays out like the championship game of 63 years ago.
There’s a reason longtime State Auditor Beth Wood commands respect (some might say deference) from Democrats and Republicans alike.
Once again, the nation is traumatized by horrible video of police brutally beating to death a Black man. Need I note the victim was Black? Would we be less or more traumatized if the victim were white?
Rural North Carolina has some of the most beautiful scenery in America, as documented by the growing numbers of tourists. Almost 40 percent of our 10.5 million residents live in the 80 counties considered rural, defined as having a population density of 250 people or fewer per square mile. Demographers tell us rural citizens are older, poorer, more obese, have higher blood pressures, greater instances of diabetes, and a lower life expectancy than state averages.
Republicans are stumbling over themselves to argue that the problem with the documents found locked up in President Biden’s garage or, for that matter, those found in former Vice President Pence’s home, is the same as the problem with the documents found at former President Trump’s home at M…
Kudos to Elizabeth City City Council for agreeing last week to approve significant pay raises for our city’s depleted police force. Councilors agreed on Jan. 23 to raise the annual pay of all officers up to the level of deputy chief by $6,500 — $1,500 more than even the city’s interim police…
Claude Milot’s column, “Clowns on climate, reparations supply plenty of laughs” in your Jan. 27 edition states, “...in California where legislators proposed to give every Black man, woman and child in the state a tidy sum of $5 million in reparations....” This is not correct.
Having lived in northeastern North Carolina her entire life, Cynthia Owens loves sharing her knowledge of the region with others.
The Albemarle Craftsman’s Guild is now accepting craftswork from persons who hope to be confirmed as guild members so they can participate in the Albemarle Craftsman’s Fair scheduled for October.
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.
- Currituck fugitive arrested after chance encounter
- EC finds its Voice: Nessa Whidbee wins singing competition
- Finding a 'forever home': Church offers space to SOULS Ministry
- Currituck official: 'Armed and dangerous' suspect in custody
- Dinner boat will be catering biz opportunity
- Texas Roadhouse coming to EC
- EPD seeks information in series of shootings, one fatal
- Vehicle strikes cancer center building
- NEAAAT awarded $500K Golden LEAF grant for career center project
- Protestors install anti-monument billboard