EC Fire Department
Elizabeth City Police
Pasquotank is seeking a second state grant to help buy land for a new park in Newland.
John A. Holmes junior Noah Whitley made up for a lost 2020 boys golf season due to the COVID-19 pandemic with another notable season in 2021.
It was a standout year for the Currituck County High School girls tennis team.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — East Carolina senior punter Jonn Young is one of 51 players named to the 2021 Ray Guy Award Watch List according to an announcement by the Augusta Sports Council Wednesday. Young is the first Pirate to be named to the watch list since Worth Gregory in 2016.
They were side by side down to the finish as race fans stood and watched in anticipation. Chris Ware piloted his number 43 car out in front, just ahead of Jerald Harris on the 25th and final lap to claim the Virginia Sprint Series victory at Dixieland Speedway this past Friday evening.
BARCO — More than 50 youth and middle school aged athletes took part in a football clinic hosted by the Carolina Storm Youth Football Club and Currituck County High School this week.
The Triangle Basketball Officials Association (TBOA) is a group of 275+ men and women who have a passion for officiating.
Let’s say there’s an outbreak of deadly parvovirus in your neighborhood. Your beloved golden retriever Red, however, goes into a full-scale panic attack at the sight or smell of a veterinarian. You know the disease is highly communicable and potentially fatal.
The arrival of the COVID-19 vaccines brought great hope in the battle against the deadly pandemic that has affected our way of life for nearly a year and a half. Now, more than seven months into the largest vaccination effort in history, the data and science is clear: the vaccines are effective, but only if people get their “dose of hope.”
President Joe Biden recently passed his six-month mark in the White House. It might end up being the high-water mark of his presidency.
This is becoming another summer that didn’t quite happen. It follows the bum summer of 2020, which was canceled by COVID-19.
Every day in counties across North Carolina, citizens, judges, jurors, attorneys entering their local courthouse must walk by monuments to soldiers who defended the Confederate’s support of the horrendously cruel institution of slavery.
The message to Catholic traditionalists in Southwest England was blunt, yet pointed.
“But, I don’t understand.”
One of the perks of being president of the Albemarle Area Association of Realtors is getting to choose the recipient of the funds raised at the group’s annual dinner social.
There are many tools that home gardeners use that are not much different from those used by farmers except for scale and cost.
Years ago, you could get feedbags made of cotton. They came in bright colors and pretty patterns. Believe me when I say they were beautiful.
At the Southern Historical Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill, I found a remarkable collection of oral history interviews from the North Carolina coast during the Great Depression.
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