July 25, 2017 - 55 minutes ago

Elizabeth City officials are re-evaluating how the city will afford a new nature trail at Charles Creek Park because the project has, so far, only won a trickle of grant dollars toward its $130,000 price tag.

This spring, city staff proposed creating a boardwalk loop through the marshy area south…

July 24, 2017

The firm auditing the bills of Elizabeth City’s utility customers is going to report what it finds, not what city officials want to hear, a company executive recently pledged in an interview with The Daily Advance.

Keith Readling, executive vice president of Raftelis Financial Consultants,…

Keith Readling

July 21, 2017

Sam Davis will try to do this fall what he was unable to do two years ago — become mayor of his hometown.

Davis, the owner of a local real estate business and former county commissioner, filed Friday to run for mayor of Elizabeth City in this fall’s city election.

Davis, 64, will face…


July 21, 2017


July 21, 2017

A local attorney who ran twice in 2015 for a seat on City Council in Elizabeth City’s 4th Ward is back again to take another shot at the seat.

Jason Gillis, 33, a family law attorney, ran twice in 2015 — vying for a 4th Ward Council seat both in the regular election and in the special…


July 20, 2017

The two incumbent city councilors in Elizabeth City’s Fourth Ward filed for re-election Wednesday, while a political newcomer became the latest candidate to file in the Second Ward.

Councilors Johnnie Walton and Darius Horton became the first two candidates to file in the Fourth Ward for the…


July 20, 2017

Elizabeth City City Council last week awarded an almost $1.2 million contract for sewer improvements around Herrington Road, though the costly project is forcing the city to trim back water upgrades.

Council voted to award George Raper and Son, of Elizabeth City, a $1.15 million contract to replace…

Joseph Pearce Elizabeth City Public Works

July 19, 2017


July 19, 2017

Contested races developed for council seats in two of Elizabeth City’s four wards on Tuesday, as third candidates filed in both the First and Second wards.

Gabriel McLease Adkins filed for one of the Second Ward’s two open seats, joining incumbent councilors Tony Stimatz and Anita…

Frank Caruso

July 18, 2017

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