Fueled by a 5,000-vote margin in Carteret County, state Sen. Norm Sanderson defeated state Sen. Bob Steinburg in the GOP primary in the newly redrawn 1st Senate District on Tuesday.
District Court Judge Jennifer Bland lost her bid for election to a full term on Tuesday, losing to challenger Jeff Moreland in the GOP primary by more than 800 votes.
GREENVILLE — Tuesday's victory by Sandy Smith in the 1st Congressional District Republican primary spells defeat for the GOP in November, the campaign manager for a primary rival said Wednesday.
Camden Commissioner Clayton Riggs was the lone incumbent county commissioner in the area to lose his re-election bid in Tuesday’s primary election.
Both incumbent commissioners in Pasquotank County won their respective political party’s nomination for this fall’s general election on Tuesday.
BARCO — The Currituck girls’ soccer team won its first-round 3A NCHSAA state playoff game 4-0 over Terry Sanford on Tuesday evening.
CAMDEN — Camden County softball (20-3) broke a scoreless tie with two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning, added three more runs in the fifth, and defeated East Duplin (19-6) by the final score of 5-0. The victory Tuesday night came in the third round of the 2A NCHSAA state playoffs.
HERTFORD — Macon Winslow and Jakob Meads wasted very little time in handing the Perquimans baseball team a stranglehold of its 1A NCHSAA third-round playoff game against Northside-Pinetown.
It was on this date 74 years ago. At first thought, it was a rather unremarkable Major League Baseball game between the Philadelphia Athletics and the Cleveland Indians, the first night game of the young season played at the Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The starting pitchers for the two team…
The Edenton Steamers are bringing in some talent from their own backyard. OF Davis Halstead (John A. Holmes High School), 3B/RHP Chris Morris (Pitt Community College), and 1B/OF Tanner Thach (Perquimans County High School) are all familiar with Historic Hicks Field, and will be playing there…
There is a lot of talk about the budget shortfall in Pasquotank County. Can it be solved? No matter how competent elected officials and bureaucrats are, they do not think like business people.
On the eve of Tuesday’s primary, former President Donald Trump asked voters to give U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn a “second chance.”
There was a time when spending big at a swanky restaurant would be regarded as an occasion requiring dress-up. Then the slob culture took over so that even when an establishment made great effort to arrange flowers, iron tablecloths and provide formal service, customers would turn up in sweatshirts and ratty sneakers.
In a comment on a recent post, Paula said: “It’s a very tough time. We need a hope machine! Anyone know how to build one?
In 1983 singer and songwriter Anne Murray had a hit song, “A Little Good News.” Someone said at the time, “This song struck a chord with listeners who were exasperated with the inflation/recession cycle, crime wave, and renewed Cold War with an increasingly aggressive Soviet Union that was g…
Just wondering: Why do we pay for city water yet we all fill up our grocery carts with bottled water?
The Albemarle Community Orchestra will perform two concerts of patriotic music at the Carolina Moon Theater in Hertford this weekend.
“And they said to me, ‘The survivors who are left from the captivity in the province are there in great distress and reproach. The wall of Jerusalem is also broken down, and its gates are burned with fire.’ So it was, when I heard these words, that I sat down and wept, and mourned for many d…
I am so blessed to have so many godly mothers in my congregation. I do not look around the sanctuary and think about one or two; I think about a multitude. These incredible women have taught me a plethora of lessons about what makes a godly mom.
It’s storm season, the time of year to get prepared in case of a hurricane, storm or tornado. Storm season can start in June and last as late as November.
As a D.C. Beltway power player, the late Charles W. Colson worked with a “Thank God it’s Monday” attitude that meant his colleagues always knew they could contact him about hot topics and decisions.
Editor’s note: This story is the final installment in a four-part series on the history of the Pasquotank Plank House, its travels and final return to Perquimans County.
- EC police probe shooting of four people Sunday evening
- Rivers wins mayor's race; Ruffieux, Brooks ousted
- Currituck woman faces misdemeanor death charge following fatal collision
- High School Baseball | Thach strikes out 18, Pirates shut out Eagles in second round
- EC man arrested on riot, assault with deadly weapon charges
- Moreland defeats Bland in judge's race; Cruden wins DA race; Gray ousts Midgett as Camden clerk
- Sanderson defeats Steinburg; Ward, Jordan win legislative races
- Gibbs, Whitehurst take 2nd Ward seats, Felton, Spence win 3rd Ward seats; incumbents Ruffieux, Brooks lose re-election bids
- Audio: Court clerk wanted assistant to help him get elected, found it 'problematic' when she apparently wouldn't commit
- Mayoral hopefuls discuss vision for shortened term