The U.S. Coast Guard is the last military branch to not have an official marathon but that ended Saturday when the inaugural Coast Guard Half Marathon and Guardians of the Atlantic 5K got underway.

Saturday, March 06, 2021

Supplies of COVID-19 vaccines are finally catching up with demand, the region’s health director said Friday. So much so, anyone in the region who wants the vaccine will soon be able to get it.

The U.S. Coast Guard is the last military branch to not have an official marathon but that ended Saturday when the inaugural Coast Guard Half Marathon and Guardians of the Atlantic 5K got underway.

Only one area county — Perquimans — remains in the highest tier for community spread of COVID-19, while four — including Pasquotank and Chowan — have now dropped to the lowest tier, a new state report shows.

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Saturday, March 06, 2021
Friday, March 05, 2021

RALEIGH — The pilot of a Duke Life Flight helicopter that crashed in northeastern North Carolina in 2017 may have accidentally shut off one of the aircraft’s engines just before the second malfunctioning engine failed, federal investigators said.

HERTFORD — Hertford Town Council will consider a resolution Monday to have the town study disbanding the Hertford Police Department and contracting with the Perquimans Sheriff’s Office to provide law enforcement in the town limits.

Pasquotank is about to take possession of a house the county purchased almost 22 years ago to use expanding services at the county Department of Social Services.

Up until last spring, it’s a safe bet that if it were a weekend, you’d find Carl Douglas “Red” Swain Jr. playing music somewhere in the region.

Thursday, March 04, 2021

State Rep. Howard Hunter, D-Hertford, said Thursday that two bills before the General Assembly that would allow local governments to bypass newspapers and instead post public notices online are dead.

Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools officials this week approved a plan for community organizations to operate “learning pods” that support students who need help with remote learning.

Wednesday, March 03, 2021

Elizabeth City officials say the recent discharge of approximately 9,500 gallons of wastewater following recent heavy rains spotlights the city’s ongoing sewer system inflow and infiltration problems.

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

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