If Angela Moskwa’s custom jewelry designs seem inspired by the ocean and picturesque landscapes of Hawaii, it’s because they are.
Before moving to Moyock last year, Moskwa lived in the 50th state with her husband, Jason, who is in the U.S. Navy.
In fact, it was while living in Hawaii…
Brad Hurdle hopes that by reflecting on his own life experiences, he can help others find their own path to personal growth.
Hurdle has been the partner and pharmacy manager at Todd’s Pharmacy of Gates County for 15 years.
“I have learned a great deal over the years,” said Hurdle…
Whether it is leggings, knit sweaters or statement earrings, Camille Craft is offering the latest trends at Elle Lynn Boutique on Main Street.
As both a former physical therapist for more than two decades and professional dancer with the Fort Worth Ballet, Mary Gilliam uses both her knowledge and experience to teach a variety of classes at Arts and Wellness of Edenton.
Zaribel Clay never received a formal education in dance growing up in Puerto Rico, but she always loved to dance.
Darris Sawyer fondly recalls taking part in sports activities provided by Elizabeth City Parks and Recreation when he was growing up.
EDENTON — The beauty and spirit of the holiday season are reflected in the natural decor Anita Lane offers at her business, Halsey’s Lawn and Garden, in Edenton.
As president of the Chowan Arts Council Board of Directors, Regan Coxe is working to expand the arts council’s programs and provide more opportunities for exposing youth to the arts.
Each holiday season, Melissa Pendleton savors the smell of fresh, green Christmas trees.
Pendleton and her husband, Jason, have been selling Christmas trees in Weeksville for more than two decades.
Pendleton said her husband’s family first began selling Christmas trees to their friends years…
The YMCA has been a part of Christina Weiss’ life since she was a young girl growing up in Portsmouth, Va.