For close to four decades, medical assistant Wendy Ambrose Lamb has worked to help others.
When Nora Crouch saw a field of cotton growing near her new home in Perquimans County, she was immediately inspired to paint.
As president of the Perquimans Arts League, Ed Sanford strives to both engage the community in the arts and provide opportunities for more people to participate in them.
Pam Parker is a bead weaver who will be both demonstrating her craft and selling her unique jewelry and decor items at next month’s Albemarle Craftsman’s Fair in Elizabeth City.
Accomplishing a lifelong dream to own her own gym, Kim Wolff opened River City Gymnastics in Elizabeth City last month.
Asking if you like hydrangeas is like asking if you like dogs.
Through a process that blends the perfect combination of family, nature and artistic talent, Hope J. Swinney is creating her own soaps made from goats’ milk.
Swinney’s Got Hope Farm Goat Milk Soaps all began when her young son, Wyatt, said he hoped to have his own baby chick in the…
Whether it is a pair of statement earrings, a swing dress or leggings, Toni Corprew tries to help customers find their favorite fashions at Southern Twang Boutique in Elizabeth City.
Through artistic animal “paw prints,” Kim Sullivan hopes to create long-lasting mementos for pet owners while also raising funds for the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina.
Whether he is blowing his official’s whistle on high school football fields under the Friday night lights or taking a leadership role in the Elizabeth City Elks Lodge, David King gives a lot back to the community he calls home.