North Carolina families struggling financially from the effects of the pandemic are invited to get a bit of relief in the form of supplies and COVID vaccinations all provided at no-cost by the Economic Improvement Council (EIC).
Get your resume ready for a job and career fair set for 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 19, on the front lawn of John A. Holmes High School.
A proposed short-term rental ordinance is now in the hands of Edenton Town Council, as the town’s Planning Board recently unanimously approved recommending the draft to town council.
Editor's note: Below are the written comments submitted via e-mail to the Edenton planning board for its May 3, 2021, meeting. During the meeting it discussed a draft short-term rental ordinance, as the town's current United Development Ordinance does not address such rentals. The correspond…
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James McHenry was a Maryland delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. He had been at the home of prominent socialite Elizabeth Willing Powel, which had become a prominent intellectual “salon,” especially during the heady days of the Convention.
Mother’s Day is Sunday.
COVID-19 has been devastating to our communities in eastern North Carolina. We have seen small businesses close, spent time apart from our family and friends and even lost loved ones. The vaccine is the best tool that we have to stop the spread of COVID-19 and return to normal.
When I started my law enforcement career in the mid-60s, rioting was a crime. Interfering with the rights of others was a crime.
This is a challenging time for Pasquotank County and the city of Elizabeth City. As we bear a tragic loss and intense national scrutiny, our community is showing its collective strength through peaceful protest and responsible calls for justice.
Eula Beasley, pharmacy manager at Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital, was the first African-American graduate of the Pharm.D. program at the UNC School of Pharmacy. This past February, Dr. Beasley was a featured panelist for the kickoff of Black History month events at the school. Panelists disc…
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Albemarle Regional Health Services announces its clinic schedule. Please call your local health department for clinic appointments or program information.
Edenton Tea Party Chapter, NSDAR, received several accolades at the 121st North Carolina DAR State Conference, held virtually from April 29 to May 1, 2021. This listing of awards is by no means yet complete, but what follows are the honors the chapter has so far achieved.