Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Elizabeth City officials called an audible on the choice of a name for the city and Pasquotank County’s new senior center Monday after more than two dozen senior citizens showed up to oppose the name being recommended.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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Northeastern North Carolina’s economy is poised to benefit from development of wind farms off the coasts of North Carolina and Virginia that will be producing energy by 2024.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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Northeastern North Carolina’s economy is poised to benefit from development of wind farms off the coasts of North Carolina and Virginia that will be producing energy by 2024.

Monday, January 27, 2020

CURRITUCK — A planned 301-lot residential development along N.C. Highway 168 in Moyock will likely bring a county elementary school to just over full capacity in the next several years.

Paul Cassese (left), a civilian contract employee at the U.S. Coast Guard base, and Chief Jason Browning help prepare the wooden frames for a dugout being built at the baseball and softball fields at Albemarle School, Sunday. Both men work at the Coast Guard’s Aviation Logistics Center on ba…

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City Council will vote this evening on whether the city will partner with Pasquotank County on a $25,000 effort to reduce the county’s resident geese population.

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Visit Elizabeth City Director Corrina Ferguson always had a short answer whenever she was asked how many people visit Pasquotank County annually.

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Veronica Orndorff, of Elizabeth City, feeds the seagulls at Mariners’ Wharf, Friday afternoon.

American music during the Vietnam War rang in the ears of soldiers and citizens alike, with many of the era’s most popular songs taking a view either for or against U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia.

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools officials have chosen to continue working with the education consultant who led a work session for the school board last fall on strategic planning.

Delaying contract approval for the replacement of Elizabeth City’s water and electric meters by several weeks to hold a public hearing will push back the timetable for starting the projects from this spring to likely this summer.

Saturday, January 25, 2020

NEWLAND — Low pressure, inconsistent quality, larger lines and more fire hydrants were among the water issues residents of northern Pasquotank told county officials they’d like to see addressed this week.

Friday, January 24, 2020

A former administrator at N.C. Central University now working for a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that assists educational professionals is the new vice chancellor of university advancement at Elizabeth City State University.

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