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  • Alumni upbeat about university's direction

    Elizabeth City State University alumni who returned to town for the homecoming football game and related festivities said they’re optimistic about the future of their alma mater.

  • Jones wants to lead ECSU study

    With state lawmakers expecting plans soon from the University of North Carolina on ways to make Elizabeth City State University “more financially sustainable,” new ECSU Chancellor Stacey Franklin Jones believes she knows just the person to lead the effort: Herself.

  • ECSU nets $125K grant to fight housing discrimination

    Morris Autry believes finding affordable housing in northeastern North Carolina can be hard enough, so no one need face the extra hurdle of discrimination as they try to rent or buy.

  • County will not submit EMS bid

    CAMDEN — Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Medical Services apparently will not be submitting a bid for expanding ambulance services in Camden.

  • Nearly 7,000 vote early through first two days

    After two days of complete early voting in eight area counties, nearly 7,000 votes have been cast in next month’s mid-term election, data from area boards of elections show.

Homecoming: Intensity surrounds Chowan-ECSU game

One theory about a legit rivalry is that both teams involved must have their share of victories against the other. Elizabeth City State football has never lost to Chowan.

Celebrate the artisan at 56th annual Craftsman's Fair

Overheard: “It’s incredible how much talent there is around here.”That might sum up the gathering that is this weekend’s 56th annual Craftsman’s Fair that happens this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center in Elizabeth City.

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