Students and community members seeking tips about creating content for film and TV will get a chance to hear from two entertainment insiders at next week’s installment of Elizabeth City State University’s Community Connections Performance and Lecture Series.
An amazing piece of history is located in the Automobile Era section of Museum of the Albemarle’s permanent exhibit, “Our Story — Life in the Albemarle,” which takes a chronological look at the Albemarle region’s 13-county area and its vast history.
Editor’s note: The following is the fifth story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1960s.
Did Jim Wilcox kill Nell Cropsey along the banks of the Pasquotank River almost 120 years ago on Nov. 20, 1901?
“Peace I leave you, my peace I give you,” Jesus told his disciples at what was to be his last meal with them. It would be a fleeting peace, however, as within hours he was arrested, tortured and executed, and he knew that. Of course, as things got dangerous, all of his disciples abandoned hi…
Some people like crackers with their soup, while others like to eat them with peanut butter. I eat crackers with both soup and peanut butter. In fact, I like to crumble my crackers in my soup. But do you know what your crackers have to do with those green fields you see in the fall after cor…
“For this reason a man shall leave his father and his mother, and be joined to his wife; and they shall become one flesh.” — Genesis 2:24
The Northeast Academy for Aerospace and Advanced Technologies has been named a Pilot School by Texas Instruments, the school and Texas Instruments have announced.
HERTFORD — After nine months of renovations, the Perquimans Arts League’s new space at 133 N. Church Street is ready to open.
Museum of the Albemarle has received a $20,000 pandemic response grant to help manage its museum volunteer program.
The storm is gathering. Jesus is in the upper room with his closest friends on the night before his suffering and death. The Gospel of John tells us that Jesus himself is “troubled in spirit.”
Editor’s note: The following is the fourth story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1950s.
On the evening of Nov. 20, 1901, 19-year-old Nell Cropsey stepped out to the porch of her family’s Elizabeth City home, Seven Pines, with her beau, Jim Wilcox. She was never seen alive again.
Bishop John Shelby Spong of Newark, New Jersey, never stuck “Why Christianity Must Change or Die” on the doors of Canterbury Cathedral, since it was easier to post a talking-points version of his manifesto on the Internet.
Tim Barnett is offering his clients a new service that can help them soar above their competition.
EDENTON — A biennial event that’s raised funds for decades to help keep Edenton one of nation’s “prettiest small towns,” returns next weekend.
Elizabeth City State University kinesiology student Jayla Hall’s careers plans are in motion, thanks in part to a scholarship from the Golden LEAF Foundation.
The world where we live can be a crazy, dangerous, scary place. We hear about shootings, robberies, and horrible things happening to good people. Just the resurgence in COVID cases is enough to make most people feel uneasy.
The 22-year history of the Jim “Catfish” Hunter ALS Softball Tournament might not be coming to a close but it has come to a pronounced fork in the road.
We are starting to see life begin to return to a bit of normalcy with youth being back in school, fall sports starting, and lots of school activities going on. This is the perfect time to check out the good extracurricular educational opportunities available for your kids.
Editor’s note: The following is the third story in a multi-part series about the history of Elizabeth City State University’s football program. This story details that history during the 1940s.
The James Adams Floating Palace Theatre brought concerts, vaudeville acts, plays and musicals to smaller, remote communities along the East Coast for nearly 30 years. Its ports of call ranged from the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia to the Savanna River in Georgia, and included the vessel’s nativ…
I can’t prove it, but I believe that God cries.
Pilate therefore said to Him, “Are You a king then?” Jesus answered, “You say rightly that I am a king. For this cause I was born, and for this cause I have come into the world, that I should bear witness to the truth. Everyone who is of the truth hears My voice.” Pilate said to Him, “What i…
While debating heretics, early Christians used the Greek term “hypostasis” — meaning “substance” and “subsistence” — to help define their belief in the Incarnation of Jesus as one person, yet with divine and human natures.
Whether you’re a novice picking up a paintbrush for the first time or someone who knows their way around a canvas, Tina Fielder welcomes persons of all skill levels into her art classes.
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