Because of his interest in the visual arts, Michael Williams Jr. felt College of The Albemarle was the right place to begin pursuing his dream of becoming a graphic designer and filmmaker.
The Camden County Schools has released its A and A/B honor rolls for the second nine weeks. The following students were named to the rolls:
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His great mercy has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to obtain an inheritance which is imperishable and undefiled and will not fade away, reserved in h…
Have you ever noticed in the Bible what losers God chose as his earthly representatives?
Museum of the Albemarle serves as the archive for the people and stories of the Albemarle region. Their oral histories and material culture make up the collections, exhibits and educational activities inside the museum. We receive visitors from many parts of the world, and they leave with hi…
A mural at Elizabeth City State University celebrating the history of blues music mimics Leonardo Da Vinci’s iconic Last Supper.
As mentoring coordinator for River City YouthBuild, Destiny Robinson works to connect teens and young people in need of life skills with adults who can provide advice on obtaining those skills.
GREENVILLE — Many people are changed forever when they have unexpected brushes with greatness.
There are so many reasons why choosing Elizabeth City as the home of the inaugural Coast Guard run was easy.
“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice.” — Philippians 4:4
I am fascinated by those people refusing to wear face masks to protect themselves and others from the spread of the coronavirus.
Both Elizabeth City State University and College of The Albemarle have been named a Military Friendly School in recognition of their programs and services for veterans and their families.
Even before the coronavirus crisis, this question haunted pastors: What in God’s name are we supposed to do with the internet?
Long ago I awoke one morning to a day that in the pastoral ministry all ministers dread. Two wonderful families, independent of one another but both resolute components of our small congregation, unexpectedly experienced tragedies you would never wish upon anyone.
GREENVILLE — Green Saves Green had numerous events derailed in 2020 due to COVID-19. As vaccines roll out and a chance of normalcy approaches on the horizon, the group has begun to plan for its comeback.
ENGELHARD — If you want to find out about the Octagon House in Hyde County, Clare Baum is the person to ask.
Editor’s note: The following is the first installment in a series of “Student Success” stories featuring College of The Albemarle graduates.
The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools released the following honor rolls for the second nine weeks from Elizabeth City Middle School, River Road Middle School, ECP Early College, Northeastern High School, and Pasquotank County High School.
Editor’s Note: This story by Know Your Value staff was conducted as part of its “50 Over 50” partnership with Forbes, which highlights women who have shattered gender and age norms, and achieved notable success later in life.
“And above all these things put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.” — Colossians 3:14
I think one of our biggest failings is how quickly we categorize each other. We are great at labels and categories and pigeon-holes. And once we have assigned someone to a category, we basically assume that we know a lot about them, and it is unlikely they will ever escape that designation.
With Valentine’s Day falling on a Sunday this year, Jenny Harris expects to be very busy this weekend.
Since I wrote about Eric Church and the National Anthem last week I feel like I should close the loop this week and take note of how it went.
Life has definitely been like a box of chocolates this past year, with many surprises and some not very palatable. But chocolate never deserves disdain. Its creamy richness is a comfort for most. And this weekend nearly as much chocolate will be purchased for Valentine gifts as for Halloween…
GREENVILLE — As the need continues to grow for a strong labor force in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, efforts are underway in eastern North Carolina to attract and develop a local talent pipeline.
Elizabeth City State University ranks fourth among the nation’s Top 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities, according to an online college-ranking source.
A $75,600 federal grant will help Elizabeth City State University hire a full-time “success coach” to help freshmen students develop studying and other strategies for academic success.
“But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom you learned it and how from childhood you have been acquainted with the sacred writings, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus.” — 2 Timothy 3:14
South of Elizabeth City, there once stood an Episcopal church by the name of Saint John’s.
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