Elizabeth City residents, business owners and patrons in the last 25 years have experienced a fairly long and continuous history of traffic-impeding downtown renovations.
State Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, says he didn’t break any laws or ethics rules when his new sports marketing company signed a $50,000 contract with Currituck County last year to facilitate the county’s sponsorship of a college basketball tournament in Asheville this fall.
Last week City Council heard or suggested an array of options to make the highway corridor of Halstead Boulevard, where it runs past the campus of Elizabeth City State University, safer for pedestrians.
Fresh off his "success" in Helsinki helping Vladimir Putin avoid accountability for a host of international crimes, including the attack on our elections in 2016, President Donald Trump now says he plans to invite the Russian leader to the White House this fall.
Just what is it about the Albemarle Commission that invites financial scandal?
President Trump appears to be all but declaring a trade war with tariffs and threats of tariffs on foreign goods.
Something remarkable happened last week.
About a year ago, state Republican leaders vowed to retaliate in response to a painful rebuff from the U.S. Supreme Court, which had just refused to review a lower court ruling striking down the Legislature's 2013 discriminatory voter ID law.
City Council’s hiring of a Texas firm instead of a Canadian one to replace Elizabeth City’s decades-old utility billing software, while the wrong decision, wasn’t itself a calamity.
She may not know it yet, but state Rep. Beverly Boswell, R-Dare, is making a good case for why North Carolina laws that ensure the public's access to official records are so important and why they must continue to be valued and strengthened.