Elizabeth City's 4th Ward voters who haven't already voted early will have five candidates to choose from when they go to the polls Tuesday to fill two City Council seats.
Elizabeth City police are investigating after they say four people, two of them juveniles, suffered gunshot wounds in the city Sunday evening.
Two years and several postponements later, Arts of the Albemarle’s Center Players’ production of “The Little Mermaid Jr.” has finally arrived.
Keith Parker says he plans to make the same commitment as superintendent of schools that he made when he became a teacher — to make a difference in the world by having a positive influence on students.
CAMDEN — The last time the Camden Lady Bruins and John A. Holmes Lady Aces softball teams had met each other, Camden suffered its only conference loss of the season.
The 2022 NCHSAA state playoff brackets for girls soccer were released Friday afternoon and multiple teams in the Daily Advance’s coverage area will be playing this upcoming week.
HERTFORD — As most every other team that played Thursday in the NCHSAA playoffs were in second round action, the Perquimans softball team finally was able to host its first round game against No. 19 Cape Hatteras.
HERTFORD — Perquimans left-hander Tanner Thach pitched a masterpiece Thursday night. Jimmy “Catfish” Hunter would have loved it. The Pirate senior was nearly flawless, going the full seven innings, striking out 18 batters, giving up only two hits and one base on balls.
The Mid-Atlantic Christian baseball team will be playing in the 2022 USCAA Small College World Series next week.
Sometimes it seems an exhausting lifetime ago when Donald Trump started down his political path. I wasn’t confident he was conservative like I am. I wasn’t confident he was pro-life. I wasn’t sure he valued the Second Amendment and religious freedom. I wasn’t sure he could measure up to Rona…
The Daily Advance is not going to make any candidate endorsements in today’s edition, but that’s not to say we don’t have opinions about the kinds of candidates residents should vote for in Tuesday’s federal, state, county and municipal elections.
OK, so we’re voting. The finances of the city are in a mess and there is lots of blame to spread around. Who was minding the store? one might ask.
Over the last few years, the Marxist insurrection has been attacking America from every direction. Attacks on our founding, on police and justice, on capitalism, on the constitution and our liberty have come viciously and often.
The leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion has spurred political violence. Last week, two Molotov cocktails were tossed at the building housing the offices of the Oregon Right to Life Organization near Salem, Oregon. Fortunately, there was little damage.
Anyone who questions the divinity of Caesar thereby rejects Christ.
“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.
Howdy partners! Greetings from a baby boomer who grew up watching the 30-minute episodes of cowboy television shows. Did you know there were 16 top-rated western TV shows in late the 1950s into the early 1960s?
- Etheridge to face death penalty for Dec. 2 triple-murder
- Adkins pleads guilty to disclosure of private image, receives suspended sentence, probation
- EC police probe shooting of four people Sunday evening
- EC man arrested on riot, assault with deadly weapon charges
- High School Baseball | Thach strikes out 18, Pirates shut out Eagles in second round
- Aulander Police solve multiple cases
- Hertford Council votes to remove Jackson from ABC Board
- Knotts Island ferry operations suspended by low water level
- Mayoral hopefuls discuss vision for shortened term
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