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May 14, 2019

I have grave concerns about the constitutionality of Sen. Harry Browns Bill, SB 377 which will if passed ban wind energy development in over 40 counties in eastern North Carolina, many of which are Tier 1 counties in desperate need of economic development and revenue.

May 14, 2019

The following is a personal opinion and should not be implied as an endorsement of any candidate.

May 08, 2019

The votes have been counted for the 3rd Congressional District primary, so the end is beginning to be in sight for whoever emerges on top to fill the vacancy left in the wake of Congressman Walter B. Jones Jr.'s death.

We predict that this is not going to be an easy campaign to wage for Republicans…

May 08, 2019

I would like to submit a request for an editorial: A statement to the members of the town council on the purposed ordinance/regulations to be imposed on short term rentals in the town of Edenton. For those of you unaware, the town council is in the process of drafting ordinances (see the Town of…

May 08, 2019

Food is family. Nothing is more comforting than sitting around the dinner table with your loved ones and enjoying a hearty meal. No matter how hectic the day has been, and how frustrated and frazzled you are, it all melts away as you relax and enjoy that simple serving of solace in front of you.…

Cheryl Orr

May 08, 2019

One of Chowan County's great ones has joined the God's Kingdom, maybe with a front pew view.

May 06, 2019

CAMDEN — College of The Albemarle is set to receive less than it requested from Camden County next year but more than the county manger had proposed.

May 05, 2019

EDENTON — With real estate trends always evolving, rural areas have to do what works best for them, say members of a national organization that helps communities revitalize their downtown areas.


May 04, 2019

CURRITUCK — Sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic is no longer the only option for summer vacationers trying to reach their destinations in Currituck or other parts of the Outer Banks.


May 04, 2019

SOUTH MILLS — The Dismal Swamp Canal welcomed close to 400 kayakers and canoeists on Saturday, marking a new milestone for the ever-popular and ever-growing Paddle for the Border.

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