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  1. ECDI mulls upgrade on Main Street landscapeRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Downtown officials may consider upgrades to the appearance - specifically the landscaping - of the city downtown's East Main Street area. The matter came up at Thursday's Elizabeth City Downtown Inc., board monthly meeting, when Director Deborah Malenfant announced there'll be a downtown-wide cleanup and weeding in advance of the annual Ghostwalk and Elizabeth City State University Homecoming.

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  2. Camden County has a new tourism websiteRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    CAMDEN Say, are you a tourist or a visitor interested in taking in the sights and sounds of Camden County? Do you need information about where to go and what you can do? Now there's an online tool to help travelers planning a sight-seeing visit to the county, thanks to the launching of www.visitcamdencountync.com recently. "We think it is a really attractive website," said Donna Stewart, who directs the Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center and who's doubling as chairwoman of the Camden Tourism Development Authority Board.

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  3. Biz form association to ease alcohol restrictions in alleyRead the original story

    Sunday | The Daily Advance

    Attendees of Wailin' Wednesdays and other events in the rejuvenated Pailin's Alley downtown will no longer be confined to restricted spaces if they want to drink alcohol. A group of businesses adjoining Pailin's Alley have formed an association that allows their patrons drinking beer or wine more freedom of movement in the alley between East Colonial Avenue and Elizabeth Street.

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  4. City sets June date for billing conversionRead the original story

    Sunday | The Daily Advance

    Elizabeth City officials have set a date for switching the city's thousands of utility customers to a new billing system. City Manager Rich Olson reported Friday that June 10, 2019 is the planned "go-live date" for the new Tyler Technologies billing system.

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  5. Developer proposing Taco Bell at Tanglewood PavilionsRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    What would be Elizabeth City's second Taco Bell restaurant is being proposed as the newest addition to Tanglewood Pavilions off Halstead Boulevard Extended. Mayor Bettie Parker announced last week that city staff have received a plan calling for a new Taco Bell to be built next to a retail strip building that's part of the shopping center.

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  6. Cooper's Hometown Strong to focus on 3 goals in PasquotankRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    Gov. Roy Cooper's "Hometown Strong" initiative will focus on three goals in Pasquotank County: building a nearby part of Interstate 87, growing Elizabeth City State University, and revitalizing Elizabeth City's waterfront. The N.C. Department of Transportation will lead efforts to support development of the Raleigh-to-Norfolk I-87, which will include U.S. Highway 17 in area counties.

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  7. 030517BusinessExpo3.jpgRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    The Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce will host its first-ever fall Business Expo this week, and in a nod to the calendar the event will feature a football theme. "Kick Off Your Fourth Quarter" is the theme for Tuesday's Business Expo, the 27th the local Chamber has held but the first not scheduled for the spring.

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  8. Camden schools to make up 2 days lost to stormRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    The Camden County Board of Education has taken steps to make up two days of school lost before and after Hurricane Florence's arrival in the state. Other area school districts, however, are taking a wait-and-see approach, apparently waiting to see if the state will forgive some of the days lost.

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  9. Advance Tickets, Sept. 23Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    Performances of "Annie" at College of The Albemarle's Performing Arts Center will be today at 2 p.m. All prepaid tickets will be honored at the rescheduled show times. The Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce and Piedmont Natural Gas will present the 28th Business Expo at the K.E. White Center, Tuesday.

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  10. Walkers, runners to help fight hunger in annual walkRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    Hundreds of people are expected to step out for the fight against hunger next weekend during Food Bank of the Albemarle's 35th annual Walk for Hunger. The walk, which raises money for the Food Bank's hunger relief programs across a 15-county region, will begin in front of Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, Saturday, Sept.

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  11. CorrectionRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    A story in Friday's edition about the renovation work underway on the dome at the Pavilion at Elizabeth City's Waterfront Park contained an error about when the former Albemarle Hospital opened its current site on North Road Street. The hospital opened at that site in 1958.

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  12. Board: Port Discover could reopen this yearRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | The Daily Advance

    Port Discover could reopen later this year, the head of a group working to save the children's science center said Friday. Port Discover, located on Main Street in Elizabeth City's downtown, closed last month due to a lack of funding.

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  13. High School Roundup Currituck girls tennis defeats BertieRead the original story

    Friday Sep 21 | The Daily Advance

    Elizabeth Hewitt, Heather Hennessey, Grace Waters, and Lilly Nekervis all won in straight sets. McKenna Sweeney rallied from 1-5 down in the tiebreaker to win 6-7, 6-0, , for the clinching point.

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  14. MACU student worries about Florence-devastated hometownRead the original story

    Friday Sep 21 | The Daily Advance

    Amber Goodyear was not in Wilmington when Hurricane Florence tore into her hometown with ferocious winds, violent storm surge and relentless rainfall - effectively turning the port city into an island cut off from the rest of the state. Goodyear, a student at Mid-Atlantic Christian University, took refuge in Goldsboro with her grandparents as Florence was approaching and only returned to Elizabeth City on Tuesday afternoon, still not sure when she would make it back to Wilmington.

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  15. EC man missing since Monday, sheriff's office saysRead the original story

    Friday Sep 21 | The Daily Advance

    An Elizabeth City man who suffers from a number of health conditions has been missing since Monday, the Pasquotank County Sheriff's Office says. Michael William Wolfe of 606 Jessup Street was last seen at 8 a.m. on Monday leaving from his residence, the sheriff's office said in a press release.

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  16. City, ECDI to split cost of Pavilion dome face-liftRead the original story

    Friday Sep 21 | The Daily Advance

    The hand-crafted dome that sits atop the Pavilion at Waterfront Park is getting a face-lift for the first time in a decade. The Elizabeth City Downtown, Inc. Board of Directors agreed to a partnership with the city of Elizabeth City on Thursday to split the $21,300 cost of restoring the dome.

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  17. New chief: Hopeline expanding servicesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 19 | The Daily Advance

    Albemarle Hopeline is refocusing its counselors on helping victims, expanding its crisis response team, and working on a new job training program, the nonprofit's new director told Pasquotank County commissioners this week. Dwight Decoskey, who took over as director in June, said he's pursuing several different projects to improve and expand Hopeline, the organization that works to prevent domestic violence and sexual assault in six counties.

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  18. Salvation Army trio head to aid storm victimsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 19 | The Daily Advance

    The Salvation Army of Elizabeth City is the latest local agency to send volunteers to help fellow North Carolinians recovering in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Thursday morning, Jeff Sawyer, Michele Perkins and Christina Blackmon left Elizabeth City in the Salvation Army's mobile canteen.

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  19. Area groups, agencies respond to victimsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 18 | The Daily Advance

    Warren Watkins, a local American Red Cross volunteer, helps prepare a supply trailer filled with blankets and cots at the Red Cross building at Edgewood Center, Tuesday afternoon. The Red Cross is one of many area groups, businesses and agencies involved in the Hurricane Florence relief effort.

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  20. EC woman received blunt force injuries of the headRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 18 | The Daily Advance

    A 30-year-old woman whose body was found in her North Road Street residence nearly four weeks ago died of blunt force injuries of the head, local death records show. The cause of Ashley Dozier-Tyler's death is on file at the Pasquotank County Register of Deeds Office.

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