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  1. New emergency radio system eyed in JanuaryRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    First responders in Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County should be on a new radio system in January that will allow them to talk directly with all other local emergency agencies. Pasquotank County Manager Rodney Bunch said last week Central Communications' conversion to the state's VIPER network is going faster than expected.

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  2. Events get kids ready for schoolRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Several area students will be sporting fresh haircuts when they start school today, thanks to local stylists participating in one of two weekend back to school events. Nyah Larionne, 13, was among many young students who received free haircuts at the annual Back to School Bash and Food Drive, held Sunday at Elizabeth City State University's RL Vaughan Center.

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  3. How did Horton get driving privilege restored?Read the original story

    11 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Since N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles spokeswoman Marge Howell can't provide an explanation for how Elizabeth City City Councilman Darius Horton's revoked and/or suspended driver's license was reinstated, maybe I can.

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  4. Shepard settling in as new base chaplainRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Lt. Matthew Shepard, the new chaplain at Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City, says almost everyone believes in a higher power, something greater than oneself. More often than they may realize, people seek comfort in that belief.

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  5. Transfers can make first day of school difficult for CG kidsRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Although most kids aren't very happy about it, back-to-school time is often something that parents look forward to. After a long summer of finding activities to keep kids busy and happy, sending them back to school can be a relief.

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  6. Nothing to do: EC offering more, but more neededRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    Anyone who has grown up or spent time in a small city or town has probably heard, or said: "There's nothing to do around here." That observation, a certainty to have been uttered in a variety of languages since cave-dwelling youth began complaining about hideous wall art, has reared its predictable head once again in regard to what's not to do in Elizabeth City.

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  7. School board supports tax hikeRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education has formally endorsed a quarter-cent sales tax increase, urging county voters to vote "yes" in the upcoming referendum local officials say would allow collection of another $1 million in revenue for public education. "By increasing the sales tax, all consumers will help to support education in Pasquotank County, not just residents," a press release from the school district said last week.

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  8. Conway: Downtown ideal for proposed 'innovation center'Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    Putting a new "innovation center" that could bring cutting-edge businesses and jobs in Elizabeth City's downtown would be ideal, Elizabeth City State University Chancellor Thomas Conway said last week. Conway said locating the center in the city's downtown would place it around numerous businesses, commercial spaces, and other economic development groups.

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  9. Ray of 'sunshine' retiring from Camden Sheriff's OfficeRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    CAMDEN A Camden County Sheriff's Office administrative assistant is retiring after 16 years on the job, leaving a ray of 'sunshine' with her parting, her bosses say. Sheriff Tony Perry said he didn't know Lillie Williams when he phoned her to offer her the job.

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  10. Museum now offers audio tour of 'Our Story' exhibitRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    Visitors who want to dive deeper into the region's history have a new option at Museum of the Albemarle. An audio tour is now available at the "Our Story" gallery, adding new details about how the region changed as modes of transportation changed.

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  11. Glen Bowman: Caldwell led golden decade of Viking footballRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    As Earnest Wilson III takes over as the new coach of the Mighty Vikings, may he find inspiration in ECSU's past gridiron victories, the greatest of which took place under Thomas Lee Caldwell. Born in Carrollton, Ga., in 1921, Caldwell was educated at Morehouse College, Houston-Tillotson College, and then at Indiana University, where he earned a master's in Physical Education.

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  12. Sheriff: Camden woman drowns in Pasquotank RiverRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Advance

    A Camden woman is dead after she apparently drowned in the Pasquotank River early Saturday afternoon, the Camden County sheriff said. The woman, who was 57, had been riding on a raft behind a boat when she fell off the raft in the Taylor's Beach area near Shiloh, Sheriff Tony Perry said.

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  13. Council OKs new rules for grantsRead the original story

    Friday | The Daily Advance

    Elizabeth City City Council approved guidelines this week for grants it plans to award to community organizations as well as prospective new business owners. The guidelines affect the city's annual Community Support Grant program and the Downtown Improvement Grant program.

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  14. Museum educator coordinates hands-on activities for childrenRead the original story

    Friday | The Daily Advance

    Originally from Elizabeth City, Meads graduated from Northeastern High School and earned an associate's degree at College of the Albemarle and a bachelor's degree in history from Elizabeth City State University. "I have the opportunity to share our local history," said Meads.

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  15. Currituck tops Pasquotank in girls tennisRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | The Daily Advance

    The Currituck girls tennis team secured its first Northeastern Coastal Conference win of the season after blanking Pasquotank by a 9-0 count on Thursday. The Lady Knights only gave up four games in the six singles and three doubles matches combined.

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  16. Motorcyclist transported to hospital after collisionRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 25 | The Daily Advance

    NIXONTON An unidentified man was transported by ambulance to a local hospital Wednesday evening after his motorcycle collided with a car in southern Pasquotank County, authorities said. The collision occurred at the intersection of Four Forks and Body roads and was reported at 8:06 p.m. Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Services transported the man who had been riding the motorcycle to Sentara Albemarle Medical Center by 8:32 p.m. A report on the extent of his injuries was not available Thursday.

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  17. Council delays action on Internet dealRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 25 | The Daily Advance

    Elizabeth City City Council deferred action Monday night on a deal that would bring new wireless Internet service to the city. The move followed a request by the potential service provider for more time to refine its contract.

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  18. House fire in ECRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | The Daily Advance

    A firefighter chips his way through burn damage at a mobile home that caught fire at the corner of Lisa's Way and Chip Drive in Elizabeth City, Thursday. A fire burned a hole in the back of the home.

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  19. Scouts donate welcome-home kits to homelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | The Daily Advance

    That's where the eight Girl Scouts of Troop 57 come in. The Camden-based troop collected and donated 28 "welcome-home kits" to the Visions of Hope homeless shelter in Elizabeth City last Thursday.

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  20. Coasties need to be more involved in ECRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | The Daily Advance

    In response to the article written by William F. West about Coast Guard Cmdr. Bruce Brown's lament about low Coastie interest in Elizabeth City, I'd like to say I am reminded of the expression, "Giving goes both ways."

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