Thursday, July 16, 2020

EDENTON — Chowan County Sheriff Dwayne Goodwin said he plans to retire on Aug. 1, more than two years before his current four-year term expires.

HERTFORD — Republican gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Dan Forest discussed the COVID-19 pandemic, economic issues and Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent vetoes of legislation during a meeting with area supporters last week.

More than 100 small businesses have applied for Pasquotank County's COVID-19 Small Business Grant program and officials are looking at ways to help around 10 of them meet one of the program's key criteria.

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Thursday, July 16, 2020

More than 100 small businesses have applied for Pasquotank County's COVID-19 Small Business Grant program and officials are looking at ways to help around 10 of them meet one of the program's key criteria.

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

The committee tasked with searching for Elizabeth City’s next city manager narrowed its pick for a search firm to three this week and planned to interview each of them on Thursday before selecting a finalist.

CURRITUCK — Currituck County Fire-Emergency Medical Services has added an important tool in helping EMS personnel more quickly assess life-threatening emergencies like internal bleeding and collapsed lung.

CAMDEN — Camden County planning officials are seeking additional information before deciding whether to recommend approval of a large planned development in the South Mills area.

At least two area school districts will be prepared to offer an all-virtual education option to students if that’s what their families want.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Pasquotank County will move the Confederate monument from the courthouse square, using the “public safety” exception in state law allowing its removal.

Pasquotank County will move the Confederate monument from the courthouse square, using the "public safety" exception in state law allowing its removal.

CAMDEN — The Camden Sheriff’s Office is investigating the mysterious deaths of 19 dogs and the animals’ owner is offering a $10,000 reward for information in the case.

Monday, July 13, 2020

About 150 motorcycles owned by members of several area motorcycle clubs took part in an LE Ride to honor local law enforcement agencies, Saturday morning.

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