A former captain of the Hatteras-to-Ocracoke ferry has been hired as a senior captain for the Harbor Towns, Inc. fast ferry and dinner boat project.
Readers will soon have the opportunity to pick up a Saturday morning newspaper and spend the weekend perusing the latest news in Chowan County.
Chowan County leaders were presented with the results of the county’s annual financial audit during the final meeting of January, and it appeared to be a good report.
The dinner boat that Harbor Towns, Inc. plans to begin operating on area waterways later this spring won’t just be an entertainment vessel.
After hearing feedback from town residents about the lack of adequate recreational facilities in Edenton, town leaders voted to kickstart a market opportunity analysis for a potential recreation complex.
The Edenton Police Department is probing a series of shootings that have occurred since Wednesday night across the area, one of which was fatal.
Edenton-Chowan Schools’ Transportation Department staff is asking parents and homeowners in the county to consider investing in more visible address numbers as the second half of the school year gets underway.
Chowan County officials recently filled or reappointed several seats on various county boards, notably the Tourism Development Board.
- EPD seeks information in series of shootings, one fatal
- Protestors install anti-monument billboard
- Hack High announces mayoral run
- Historic Boy Scout cabin to move
- Edenton mourns Fauchald, Bergevin after fatal plane crash
- Chowan Herald moves to Saturdays
- Lake Mattamuskeet a hidden gem for birdwatchers
- Harbor Town officials purchase dinner boat
- Council approves recreation analysis
- Harbor Towns will have catering opportunities
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Edenton Town Councilman and longtime local attorney Hackney High Jr. announced his bid for Mayor of Edenton on Wednesday, kicking off the campaign season for the town’s leadership role.
The Albemarle area will have top leadership on agriculture committees in both the state House and Senate, while area lawmakers also will serve on key appropriation panels in both legislative chambers.
Protestors seeking the removal or relocation of Edenton’s Confederate monument took their demonstrations to the next level last week, following the installation of an anti-monument billboard just outside of town.
Following a 6-1 vote two weeks ago by the Edenton-Chowan Board of Education to relocate Edenton’s revered Boy Scout Cabin in the wake of the new high school construction, the community has begun a rally to save the cabin, pushing back against the decision.
A private Edenton-based aircraft that crashed in Virginia earlier this month, killing its two occupants, had been grounded only days before because of mechanical issues, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report on the crash.
Looking back, 2022’s holiday season was a welcome boom for downtown Edenton, according to some local business owners.
EDENTON - Mediacom Communications reported on Jan. 9 that it enrolled more than 40,000 customers in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), a new federal program which provides eligible households $30 per month off their internet bills.
Chowan Commissioners last week took no action on a proposed lobbying contract with former state Sen. Bob Steinburg, effectively putting the matter to rest.
Edenton officials heard a bevy of complaints regarding a stalled Hotel Hinton renovation during the regular meeting of the town council last week, as the project nears the decade mark.
Edenton’s historic Boy Scout cabin will move from its current location on Broad Street to make room for a new high school.
Because of an editing/production error, a subhead over a story in Thursday’s edition about the Jan. 7 plane crash near Suffolk, Virginia, that killed two Edenton men wrongly stated the men were slain. Christian Rask Fauchald, 54, and Eric John Bergevin, 53, were killed in the crash.
One year after the state of North Carolina appropriated funds to acquire Hayes Farm in Edenton to transform it into a public historic site, the sale of the property has finally closed.