GREENVILLE — North Carolina Democrats plan to kick off a statewide tour in Greenville Monday highlighting the work done by President Joe Biden to aid working-class citizens.

CAMDEN — Camden officials are asking county residents, developers and others with concerns about water availability and other water-related issues in the South Mills Water Association’s service district to show up for a special meeting on Monday.

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Elizabeth City State University emergency management students got some valuable hands-on training Thursday. ECSU also became part of Marine Corps history when a Marine V-22 Osprey vertical takeoff and landing aircraft landed on campus.

GREENVILLE — With flooding, storms and rising sea levels likely to bring serious changes to North Carolina, experts and elected leaders gathered in Greenville Wednesday to discuss what government and business can do to make those changes less severe.

Firefighters, law enforcement officers and emergency medical services personnel respond early Thursday morning to a motorcycle accident near Mile Marker 264 on U.S. Highway 17 Bypass South, Elizabeth City. According to central communications radio traffic, the motorcyclist was transported to…

Last year, Food Bank of the Albemarle canceled its chief fundraiser because of COVID-19 concerns. This year’s Empty Bowls of the Albemarle luncheon was held Wednesday, and it appears COVID-19 may have affected attendance.

The Elizabeth City Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating two male juveniles who were last seen on Tuesday.

The 1st Judicial District’s newest judge switched her political party registration from Democrat to Republican one week after being appointed by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and one day after she was sworn in.