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October 02, 2017

Duke Energy would save customers money and create more jobs if it stopped using coal and relied more on renewable energy sources, according to a new report from an energy consulting firm hired by the Sierra Club.


October 01, 2017

The more than 2,000 El­iz­a­beth City util­ity cus­tomers who’ve signed up for so-called “hard­ship” pay­ment plans will be given longer to pay the city what they owe.



September 30, 2017

With one week of early voting done and one week to go, voter turnout for next month’s Elizabeth City municipal election stands at about 8 percent. 


September 30, 2017

The U.S. Coast Guard's plans to close Base Elizabeth City's primary runway for maintenance work could have a $2.5 million impact on the local economy, most of it in lost business to a contractor based at Elizabeth City Regional Airport, a new report shows.


September 29, 2017

A Washington County commissioner may run for House District 1, now that legislative redistricting is adding the county to the district.

Cole Phelps

September 29, 2017


September 28, 2017

A company that builds and restores luxury buses and offers charter bus service has relocated its headquarters from Virginia to the Pasquotank County Commerce Park northwest of Elizabeth City.



September 28, 2017

More than 30 par­ents turned out for the lo­cal school district’s Par­ent Academy last week to learn ways to stay in­volved in their chil­dren’s ed­u­ca­tion.


September 27, 2017

Acknowledging the city lacks the staff for modern utility billing, City Manager Rich Olson said he’s looking to outsource the operation to a private firm.

Olson reported during City Council’s meeting on Monday that two companies are being considered for a possible contract for utility…

September 26, 2017

110 stories in Pasquotank. Viewing 101 through 110.
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