Sixteen students completed the required enrollment steps during College of The Albemarle’s recent third annual College to Career “signing day” event.
Editor’s note: The following is condensed version of a recent sermon delivered by the Rev. Carroll Bundy, pastor at New Hope United Methodist Church.
“The Lord is far from the wicked, but He hears the prayer of the righteous.” Proverbs 15:29
When Tiffanie Spruill first began as nutrition site coordinator for the Camden County Center for Active Adults, her job was to help the center volunteers who deliver meals to the county’s homebound seniors five days a week.
JACKSON, Miss. — The Confederate-themed Mississippi flag drew opposition this week from two big forces in the culturally conservative state: Southern Baptists and Walmart.
The COVID-19 health crisis might have cast its shadow across the last semester of their senior year, but area valedictorians and salutatorians are casting some long shadows of their own as they head into the future armed with a resilience learned during this difficult time.
Summer is approaching and usually Museum of the Albemarle would be gearing up for a summer stacked with fun, free educational programming and exhibit openings for all of you to enjoy.
“The witnesses laid their coats at the feet of a young man named Saul…. “
“Beware, and be on your guard against all kinds of greed; for not even when one has an abundance does his life consist of his possessions.” Luke 12:15
As a member of the U.S. Coast Guard for the past 11 years, Jonas Heard has had a chance to sample coffees from around the world.
Maggie E. Williams, a senior at Perquimans High School, has been named the 2020 London Foundation Scholar for Perquimans County High School and recipient of the George and Frances London Educational Foundation Scholarship.
Standing on the corner of South Poindexter and East Fearing streets and nestled within Elizabeth City’s historic district is a decorative red brick building with a little-known history.
Nonprofit programs that work with youth, the region’s hungry, and assist people with emergency expenses like car repairs are the latest recipients of $17,000 in grants from the Northern Albemarle Community Foundation.
College of The Albemarle has named 134 students to the President’s List and 136 students to the Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester.
Editor’s note: The following is a condensed version of a recent sermon by Towne South Church of Christ Lead Minister Brad Giffin. It appears here with permission of the pastor.
“Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled, not let it be fearful.” John 14:27
In 1903, various private service organizations came together to support signage that would identify places of historical significance across the state of North Carolina.
As a professional photographer, Koch has used her camera to capture beautiful moments for more than 20 years. She’s photographed everything from weddings and families to portraits of babies and graduating seniors.
Editor’s note: The Rev. Daniel Mark Cenci of Christ Episcopal Church in Elizabeth City delivered the following sermon on Sunday, May 24. It is reprinted here with the author’s permission.
Museum of the Albemarle, as a part of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, promotes the understanding of history and material culture primarily of the Albemarle region but also the state of North Carolina.
Elizabeth City State University has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Cannon Foundation to use acquiring new furniture for work stations and lounge areas in the G.R. Library, the university said in a press release.
Brenna Daniel’s dream was to become an aviator. Now, thanks to her degree in aviation science from Elizabeth City State University and her pilot’s license, the recent ECSU graduate on her way to achieving it.
Inspired by other musicians who’ve found creative ways to give concerts during the COVID-19 pandemic, Chris Whitehurst and his wife Mandy found a way to perform music for their neighbors and help hard-hit local businesses, all without leaving home.
Editor’s note: The following is a condensed version of a recent sermon delivered by the Rev. Marc O’Neal, who serves as pastor at Camden United Methodist Church, Trinity United Methodist Church-South Mills, and Sharon United Methodist Church-South Mills.
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