Elizabeth City State University officials are pushing for more fundraising staff and more involvement in fundraising by university trustees in a comprehensive effort to boost giving to the university.

Local government bodies that have resumed full meetings in person but are still barring the public from attending those meetings are operating in violation of the state’s Open Meetings Law, a North Carolina media attorney said this week.

Elizabeth City State University officials are pushing for more fundraising staff and more involvement in fundraising by university trustees in a comprehensive effort to boost giving to the university.

HERTFORD — A former sergeant with the Hertford Police Department convicted in District Court of punching a handcuffed suspect who was in custody has had the charges dismissed in Superior Court.

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education is poised to approve an updated Mental Health Improvement Plan that addresses mental health needs of students, staff and faculty.

In a typical year the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce would present a number of awards to area businesses, nonprofits and individuals at its annual meeting.

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In a typical year the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce would present a number of awards to area businesses, nonprofits and individuals at its annual meeting.

Elizabeth City State University Chancellor Karrie Dixon and Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams will be among those offering their memories of Coach R.L. “Bobby” Vaughan at a memorial service for the legendary men’s basketball coach on Saturday.

After nine years of operating Meads Pool under a lease agreement with Pasquotank County, the nonprofit Alton E. Meads Recreation Center will not be opening the pool this year.

RALEIGH — Sports betting legislation hasn’t seen much movement in North Carolina, although sponsors are hopeful to see action this month.

Only 16 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the eight-county region last week and only 26 coronavirus cases were considered active as of Thursday — both signs the region continues to put the pandemic in the rear-view mirror.