HERTFORD — Perquimans County officials hope to meet soon with the owners of the Colored Union Soldiers monument to discuss its possible relocation to the county courthouse property.
EDENTON — Sarah Ashlee Jordan is all smiles when she’s on stage but she also understands that life can be difficult and even painful.
Family Dollar shoppers in Hertford will actually be shopping in two stores starting today.
Perquimans County officials hope to meet soon with the owners of the Colored Union Soldiers monument to discuss its possible relocation to the county courthouse property.
Stacey Layden is fascinated with the history of Perquimans County and is ready to spark a similar fascination for people near and far.
College football is as unpredictable as I can ever remember it being.
That Mack Brown fella knows a thing or two about football and I’m glad he returned to North Carolina.
RALEIGH — As blackpowder and gun deer hunting seasons opens up around the state, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Home from the Hunt campaign reminds hunters to be sure to positively identify their target before pulling the trigger and to always be aware of their surroundings.
WILLIAMSTON — Perquimans County High School’s Jayden White took first place in the boys cross country race during a Four Rivers Conference meet last week.
It was another good week for football fans in North Carolina.
- Layden looking forward to boosting Perquimans visitation
- Residents charged with trespassing
- Family Dollar-Dollar Tree 'Combo' store to open Thursday
- County hopes to meet with Union monument owners
- Sarah Smiles: Jordan shines on stage, looks forward to helping others
- Hertford man facing numerous drug charges
- One-stop voting for Nov. 2 election starts Thursday
- Perquimans opposes possible district shift
- Don’t blame Twiggy…
- So much uncertainty...
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