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  1. Museum of the Albemarle: Young Civil War soldier a Jacka was actually a ElizabethaRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Daily Advance

    With the Museum's Living History Day coming up on the 20th of this month, I chose to share the account of one of the Civil War's most fascinating soldiers. Calling himself "Jack" , he was one of the youngest to eagerly enlist with the Union's regiments, serving a total of 18 months and seven different regiments.

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  2. CrimewatchRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Daily Advance

    Jerry Dubois, 40, of the 700 block of Acorn Hill Road, Gatesville, was arrested May 13 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was confined at Albemarle District Jail in lieu of a $500 secured bond.

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  3. Crimewatch:Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Daily Advance

    Deroca Moshun Johnson, 31, of the 600 block of Maple St., Elizabeth City, was arrested May 1 and charged with assault with intent to kill, no injury. He was released to the custody of his father.

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  4. Region braces for heavy rain, high wind, some snowRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 | The Daily Advance

    The first major winter storm of the year will arrive in North Carolina today, bringing ice and snow to the central part of the state but likely leaving only a dusting of snow across the Albemarle area. Dear Reader, This content is only available to subscribers of The Daily Advance print and/or e-edition.

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  5. Jazz on stage: Music reflects American history at its rootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | The Daily Advance

    February 18: Saxophonist Jashaun Peele and Friends showcasing jazz, blues, rhythm and blues, pop and gospel melodies. The Elizabeth City State University graduate has performed at venues, events and festivals across the East Coast and has entertained state lawmakers, chancellors and other state dignitaries.

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  6. Becky Stiles: Limits on alcohol purchases on Sunday rooted in a blue lawsaRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 16 | The Daily Advance

    If you have ever gone grocery shopping on a Sunday and tried to purchase alcohol only to have the cashier tell you it is not noon, therefore, you have to wait, this is a "blue law" at work. Blue laws refer to statutes designed to enforce public morality, which are rooted in Christian tenet that Sunday is to be reserved as "the Lord's day," "a day of rest," and to encourage church attendance.

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  7. Fast Start: Preschoolers learn about NASCAR tradition at MOARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | The Daily Advance

    Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyBrooke Stockton, 23 months, puts a paper race car onto a paper letter "R" for race so her mother Tammi can glue it on as part of a NASCAR program at the Preschooler Time at the Museum of the Albemarle, Thursday, January 14 2016. Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyBrooke Stockton, 23 months, puts a paper race car onto a paper letter "R" for race so her mother Tammi can glue it on as part of a NASCAR program at the Preschooler Time at the Museum of the Albemarle, Thursday, January 14 2016.

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  8. Lost Colony researcher says Evidence strong for Bertie siteRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2016 | The Daily Advance

    Theories abound over what happened to the Roanoke colonists of 1587 after John White set sail for England to resupply the first English settlement in the New World. White's return was delayed and when he arrived three years later, the original group of 117 men, women and children was gone.

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  9. Artists to paint, tell their stories at Art Walk roundtableRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2016 | The Daily Advance

    Artist Andre Dial, shown Wednesday, specializes in Native American art and will be among the featured artists in Friday's Art Walk. Staff Photo by Thomas J. Turney Artist Andre Dial, shown Wednesday, specializes in Native American art and will be among the featured artists in Friday's Art Walk.

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  10. Our View: The year ahead may see resolution of several key issuesRead the original story

    Jan 2, 2016 | The Daily Advance

    Those continuing developments, along with the upcoming elections and, of course, the unexpected, is going to make 2016 a busy and interesting year Over the past several days, we've highlighted some of the top stories of 2015 - many of which will spill over into the new year. For example, many are eager to see what happens next at Elizabeth City State University, where Chancellor Stacey Franklin Jones abruptly resigned last month after only 15 months leading the Viking ship.

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  11. Records: Man stole dog, dyed it purpleRead the original story

    Jan 1, 2016 | The Daily Advance

    An Elizabeth City man accused of stealing a dog and then dyeing it purple is facing several charges, including larceny and cruelty to animals. Gille Levin Brickhouse, 32, of the 200 block of North Road Street, was arrested last week by Elizabeth City police, arrest records show.

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  12. Bowman: ECSU football star, leader protested for civil rights in 1960sRead the original story

    Dec 19, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    At Elizabeth City State, intercollegiate athletics is not usually preparation for professional sports, but rather for transformational leadership. The life of Norris Earl Francis, Jr., Class of 1964, most clearly illustrates this.

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  13. Agencies seek to avoid involuntary commitmentsRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    A conversation between agencies involved in the involuntary commitment of the mentally ill in Chowan County is helping to create a road map for helping them avoid that fate. Steps in the process would include getting an area Mobile Crisis team involved at an earlier stage and easing the burden on the emergency room at Vidant Chowan Hospital.

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  14. History on Stage: 'Time Trial' traces 19th century murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    Auditions are nearly complete for a play about Northeastern North Carolina's trial of the century - the 19th Century, that is - to be reenacted on stage in March. The character is a teenager - a known liar - whose testimony is the sole evidence directly tying a preacher to the 1853 murder of a Hyde County man from Rose Bay.

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  15. Museum of the Albemarle: Overharvesting triggered North Carolina oyster warRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    In 1891, North Carolina declared war on northern oyster fisherman. The growth of the industry to meet demand during the late 19th century led many fisherman to venture far and wide for their catches.

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  16. Bar: Tillett must face disciplinary hearingRead the original story

    Dec 10, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    In an unprecedented decision, the agency that regulates licensed attorneys in North Carolina has determined the Albemarle's senior resident Superior Court judge should face a disciplinary hearing. Dear Reader, This content is only available to subscribers of The Daily Advance print and/or e-edition.

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  17. River City CDC leader reflects on 25 years of progress and changes aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    Dec. 10: A "Men of Excellence" breakfast at Albemarle Plantation Clubhouse Restaurant from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Dec. 12: Jazz by Candlelight dinner and concert at Arts of the Albemarle from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Twenty-five years ago, when Lenora Jarvis-Mackey climbed the steps to River City Community Development Corporation's one-room office, she did not know where to begin. Then-new River City CDC was formed by African-Americans concerned they were being left out of plans to revitalize downtown.

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  18. Albemarle Neighbor: Pastor stresses LovePQ in communityRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    As lead pastor of Bagley Swamp Wesleyan Church, Spaugh has worked with his congregation, volunteers and members of other organizations to bring together the community for "LovePQ." "LovePQ is about loving others in a tangible way with no strings attached," said Spaugh.

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  19. VP of Family Support:Read the original story

    Dec 3, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    VP OF FAMILY SUPPORT: Albemarle Smart Start Partnership is seeking a qualified person to serve as coordinator for the Family Support Network of Northeastern North Carolina. Act as a Parent Educator/Supervisor for the Parents as Teachers Program, Incredible Years/Circle of Parents program, make home visits, arrange group meetings, conduct health and developmental assessments and link parents to community resources.

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  20. Boats on parade at Fridaya s Art WalkRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2015 | The Daily Advance

    A lighted boat parade will shine on the waterfront to wrap up this Friday's Art Walk, an event featuring Christmas ornaments, the Snow Queen and works of guest artists at 12 studios and shops downtown. The First Friday event open to the public begins at 5:30 p.m. at wherever point participants decide to start.

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