As the director of the National League of Junior Cotillions Lost Colony Chapter, Sydney Dunn is helping area fifth through eighth graders achieve manners, etiquette and social interaction skills.
Music resonates in the upstairs ballroom of the 1767 Chowan County Courthouse in Edenton as cotillion…
As the new senior pastor at Elizabeth City Evangelical Methodist Church, Sean Scribner finds joy in his service to the church.
“We are entering a season of renewal,” said Scribner.
Scribner moved to Elizabeth City in 2013 and served as the church’s associate pastor until this year…
Danah Sutton wants to help women diagnosed with cancer.
Sutton, owner of Busy Living Cleaning, LLC, partnered with the nonprofit organization, Cleaning for a Reason, to provide free home cleaning services for women with cancer.
“It brings tremendous joy when you can help someone,” said…
The Camden County Senior Center is a “home away from home” for senior citizens, according to its director, Jasmine Wilson.
Librarian Krystal Lancaster helps patrons locate their favorite books in a variety of genres at the Camden County Public Library.
As an esthetician, Leigh Teachman strives to help others gain self-confidence through their appearance.
As the new executive director of Albemarle Hopeline, Katherine Rogers is looking forward to working with the community to provide awareness about the non-profit organization.
Pasquotank County Attorney R. Michael Cox was recognized as the 2017 Outstanding County Attorney of the Year by the North Carolina Association of County Attorneys.
The plate is his canvas as Bradley Chambers produces savory swirls of color that are culinary creations of flavor.
While I was having dinner at Cypress Creek Grill nine years ago, I stared at the cars passing by on Water Street as the Pasquotank River set in the background like an uninvited but welcome guest at my table.