Youthbuild students attend national conference
Jamie Everett and Dayvon Johnson, students at River City YouthBuild, served as delegates to the AmeriCorps Conference of Young Leaders in Washington, March 17-21.
The annual event is a national gathering of YouthBuild AmeriCorps members. The conference…
Two Pasquotank County 4-her’s were elected March 17 to serve as officers for the Northeast District 4-H Council.
College of The Albemarle and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at N.C. State University have partnered to create the Agribusiness Systems: Agricultural Science Technology Degree at COA. The agreement was signed Wednesday, March 21, at YMCA at The Pines.
The Elizabeth City Morning Rotary Club recently inducted four new members.
The new members include: Jane Snyder, membership coordinator for the YMCA at The Pines, who was sponsored by Jamie Koch; Ed Gibbons, executive director for the USCG Aviation Logistics Center, who his sponsored by Fred…
Area Rotary clubs representing District 7720 are sponsoring an annual essay contest focusing on Rotary International's Four-Way Test.
The deadline is March 23. Winners will be announced April 27. Club level winners will be awarded cash prizes at the first three places. Club winners will advance to…
The Moyock Woman’s Club held its first annual White Out Hunger Charity Gala on Feb. 3 at Sanctuary Vineyards in Jarvisburg.
Realtors raise funds
for disaster relief
At the annual installation of officers of the Albemarle Area Association Realtors, members joined forces to raise $691 for the local chapter of the American Red Cross.
Norma James, president of the association, said the donation will aid in disaster…
Two local historians were among 15 North Carolinians recognized and thanked by Gov. Roy Cooper on Feb. 15 for their work in preserving African American heritage and culture.
Wanda Hunt McLean, an Underground Railroad historian from Elizabeth City, and Ben Speller, the first North Carolina…
Seventeen barrels full of toys were collected during the largest Operation Toy Soldier fundraiser in the region ever, organizers said.
Xenith Bank has contributed $1,000 to support the Elizabeth City Backpack Program, Food Bank of the Albemarle announced.