Tyrrell County News
This Saturday marks the 156th anniversary of Juneteenth, when Union Army general Gordon Granger entered Galveston, Texas, and formally announced President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, which ended the institution of slavery in the former Confederate states. To celebrate the anniversar…
COLUMBIA – Tyrrell County Commission adopted a modest 1-cent property tax increase Wednesday.
COLUMBIA — Pocosin Arts has several unique workshops coming up in July and August.
Hyde County News
My whole life I’ve been saying I’m from eastern North Carolina. Apparently, I was wrong.
Spring issue of High Tides highlights the Carter family in Hyde County, a look at early schools in the county, a 1922 road trip, and much more
The Swan Quarter Volunteer Fire Department (SQVFD) put the finishing touches on their Hyde County Courthouse Bell Project this week.
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When Hyde County’s East Carolina Bank (ECB) ceased to exist in March 2013, many residents mourned the passing of the nonagenarian community bank as they would the demise of an old friend.
FAIRFIELD – Retired Fairfield Fire Chief Lindsey Glenn Mooney Jr. passed away April 1 at Carolina East Medical Center, New Bern. He was 80.
ENGELHARD – Hyde County’s Davis High Ventures Corporation (DHVC) has been notified by the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources that the Study List Application they recently submitted requesting the former Davis School in…
SWAN QUARTER – With the recent delivery of a new upright Frigidaire freezer to Ocracoke, the Swan Quarter Volunteer Fire Department (SQVFD) closed out a mission that they embarked on back in September 2019 following Hurricane Dorian.
Washington County News
MERRY HILL – Two Washington County men died in a two-vehicle accident here Thursday, May 13.
A Washington County man is being hailed as a hero after he sacrificed his own life to save a 10-year-old boy that his family says he promised to protect.
Some weekends, you just need to get away to find that peace of mind that comes with exploration, being somewhere new.
- Citizen group aims to combat crime in Edenton
- Ocrahope: Sense of normalcy returns to hurricane battered island with Ocrafolk Festival 2021
- Happy Father's Day!
- African American Experience launches on Juneteenth
- Edenton Juneteenth Festival set for June 19 at Colonial Park
- Separate shootings with possible gang links probed in Edenton
- Perquimans ends season with sweep of John A. Holmes in baseball
- Library does more in community than offer books
- Ask an expert: Why is there a lumber shortage?
- School briefs: Edenton-Chowan Schools announce staff retirements