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January 18, 2019

CURRITUCK — Currituck commissioners and school board members still have miles to go before they reach agreement on whether the county schools need more local funding.

But the Board of Commissioners and Board of Education have agreed on a mechanism they hope will lead to a long-term solution…


January 18, 2019

WINDSOR — One of two suspects wanted in the Jan. 6 shooting death of an Edenton man has been arrested in Franklin, Virginia, the Bertie County sheriff says.

Tywan Jonshea’ Outlaw, 28, is charged with being an accessory after the fact in the shooting death of Rayshon Carter, 36,…

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January 18, 2019

The stalemate over chicken-raising in Elizabeth City continued this week, as city councilors again deadlocked on the issue, failing even to agree whether they should stop talking about it.

Council’s 4-4 vote Monday to prevent reintroduction of the chicken-raising issue for six months was…


January 18, 2019

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January 18, 2019

Economic developers are taking their first steps toward crafting a new jobs plan for Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County, and they've already identified some likely industries for recruitment.

Christian Lockamy, director of the city-county Economic Development Commission, and Carl Rees, senior…

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January 17, 2019

Federal workers aren’t the Salvation Army’s typical clients.

But because of the partial government shutdown, now in its 28th day, the Salvation Army of Elizabeth City is offering to help federal workers pay their utility bills.

Caseworker Lola Wright said Thursday that the Salvation…

January 17, 2019

EDENTON — Edenton officials are advising customers to expect possible discoloration of their water while the town refills the Park Avenue water tank.

In a press release Wednesday afternoon, town officials said the process of refilling the tank may cause rust-colored water and particles to…

January 17, 2019

Elizabeth City police have arrested a local man and charged him in connection with the recent break-ins of a school and a nonproft and the attempted break-in of a business.

James Philip Wanzer, 33, whose last known address was the 1500 block of Emerald Lake Apartments, Elizabeth City, is charged…


January 17, 2019

EDENTON — Computer software used by North Carolina school districts to calculate student grades may have tallied them incorrectly in some districts during the first quarter, resulting in grades that either were too high or too low for an undetermined number of students.

Edenton-Chowan Schools…


January 17, 2019

Nearly 40 candidates applied for the vacant superintendent’s job in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools.

Allison Schafer of the N.C. Schools Boards Association, the group assisting the ECPPS Board of Education with its search for a new superintendent, said 39 applicants is “a…

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