The Open Door Food Pantry of Perquimans County will be collecting non-perishable food items at Saturday’s Christmas Kickoff event in Hertford.
Retired Superior Court Judge J.C. Cole took the oath of office as a member of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Monday, Nov. 22, in the courtroom that now bears his name.
The recently approved state budget includes $5 million for an Inner Banks ferry system that could start transporting passengers between Albemarle Sound towns as early as late next year.
This past weekend’s annual Turkey Drop allowed the Open Door Food Pantry of Perquimans County to provide Thanksgiving meals to 125 families in the county this year.
Citing increased fuel costs, Dominion North Carolina Power has applied for a rate increase that would add about $6 a month to the electric bill of an average residential customer in northeastern North Carolina.
I try to be thankful all the time.
Perquimans County High School's Tanner Thach held a signing ceremony Tuesday evening inside the Perquimans County High School gymnasium commons for his commitment to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington baseball program.
I have a few things I want to touch on this week so buckle up, we’re gonna go fast.
- Spreading thankfulness: Turkey Drop helps feed 125 families
- Schools foundation announces scholarship opportunities
- Board of Ed's White sworn in as member of NCSBA board
- Dominion Power seeking to raise rate $6 month
- State funds allow completion of commerce park basin
- Nelson, Lennon to seek re-election; filing period opens Dec. 6
- Perquimans Schools releases first quarter honor rolls, principal lists
- 'Just show up': Mobile Food Pantry in need of volunteers
- Perquimans County Health Department releases Dec. clinics schedule
- Thanksgiving to the rescue again...
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With the celebration of Thanksgiving this week, I have much to be thankful for.
On Climate Change. More than a dozen presidents and premiers flew into Scotland in their air-polluting private jets at the end of September to attend the Glasgow Climate Change Conference.
My children couldn’t be much different.
The North Carolina General Assembly remains poised to make open government history this week when lawmakers are back in Raleigh for the last time in 2021. It has been a while since our Legislature has made any meaningful improvement to North Carolinians’ right to know about government action…
Here’s wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Settling into the full-blown senior citizenship of life’s seventh decade gets more interesting by the day — especially when routine age-related maladies multiply all at once.
“How much is sky, and how much is the sea?” she asked. We were walking hand in hand on the strand.
Dr. Anne White, chairwoman of the Perquimans County Board of Education, was recently sworn in as new member of the N.C. School Boards Association’s Board of Directors.
In Psalm 95:2, the psalmist reminds us to come before God with thanksgiving and extol Him with music and song. Few verses fit the holiday better. Psalm 95:2 sums up Thanksgiving. Let us look at these words and see how beautifully they suit this day of gratitude.
The time is now. We must speak, act, walk with peace in mind. The number of times the word “peace” appears in the Bible ranges from 263 to 428, depending on the version you are reading. The initial reference to peace is found in Genesis 15:15: “You, however, will go to your fathers in peace …