Wallace-Rose Hill defeated Northeastern High School 57-22 in Elizabeth City Friday night, ending the Eagles' title hopes and putting the Bulldogs in the East Region final game next Friday.
Shoppers were still finding many smile-bringing deals on Black Friday — but some businesses are being badly hit by inventory shortages.
The Volanda Watts Thanksgiving Dinner served more people this year than in 2020 and organizers plan to grow the event even more next year.
A Northeastern High School football player was recognized by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
BOWIE, Md. — Fayetteville State defeated the Elizabeth City State University women’s volleyball team 25-19, 25-16, 25-19 in the semifinal round of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association women’s volleyball tournament Saturday evening inside A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie S…
The North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association released its All-State volleyball teams.
The Northeastern High School football team exploded for 30 second quarter points, building a double digit lead, and then held off a closing charge by Washington to win by the final score of 57-47. The victory Friday night in Elizabeth City, came in the third round of the NCHSAA State Playoff…
“Best budget ever!” has been said about so many previous state budgets that it might seem like hyperbole to say it now about the one Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper recently signed into law after he and the Republican-led Legislature finally agreed on its contents.
On Monday, Nov. 15, Dr. Barnett Berry, research professor and senior director for policy and innovation at the University of South Carolina, shared with the Board of Education for the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools a national initiative for Community Schooling.
What a convoluted mess this has become. Thanks, President Joe Biden.
The fear by some that “Critical Race Theory” (I use quotes because CRT has become more of an imagined bogeyman than an actual thing) is being taught in public schools, and the intertwined issue of the supposed rights of parents to dictate what is and is not taught to their children, provokes…
“This is not who we are.”
You’d think at some point the folks who lead the North Carolina Republican Party might experience just the tiniest twinge of sheepishness.
“Amazing Grace” is certainly a hymn we have all heard many times, and probably sung as well. But exactly what is “amazing” about grace?
Currently on display at Museum of the Albemarle until August of next year is “Picturing Women Inventors,” a poster exhibition designed to educate and inspire young people to see themselves as future inventors. This exhibition showcases breakthroughs, motivations and challenges women encounte…
“Peace be to them and right good cheer who carol merrily …”
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we would be holy and blameless before Him.” — Ephesians 1:3-4
The Albemarle Chorale will perform in public for the first time in two years when it holds the first of two Christmas concerts early next month.
Port Discover, the family science center in downtown Elizabeth City, hopes to bring back a host of programs for kids, teens and adults. And to do it, it’s brought back a former staffer in a new role.
- Man with warrant for attempted murder escapes, recaptured
- Former Currituck school finance officer claims sex harassment, unjust firing in fed complaint
- Cole sworn in as member of N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
- 2 EC residents charged in Southern Shores woman's overdose death
- Pasquotank's sale of former ECMS to close Jan. 7
- State budget includes $5M for Inner Banks ferry system
- Diving into history: USCG honors Berry, first Black diver
- Northeastern outlasts Washington in third round of NCHSAA 2A playoffs | High School Football
- Consultant: Relocate Fire Station 2, build 3rd station near new hospital
- Currituck, Hertford, Edenton set illuminations, parades