IN MEMORY: Washington hosts event-filled Memorial Day

IN MEMORY: Washington hosts event-filled Memorial Day

By JON SCHMITT For the Daily News For most, this “observance” involves watching burgers sizzle on the grill or looking forward to an extra day ... Read more | Add your comment

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Initiative to help teachers meet student needs

Initiative to help teachers meet student needs

A new initiative from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction will kick off its inaugural year for the 2015-2016 school year, aiding teachers in ... Read more | Add your comment

Pamlico Playhouse plans weekend performance

Pamlico Playhouse plans weekend performance

BATH — A group of local thespians will stage a fundraising production this weekend benefiting Bath High School Preservation. Pamlico Playhouse, Inc. will present “Women on ... Read more | Add your comment

Pilots to form flying club

Young people would exposed to aviation, aeronautics Several area pilots are attempting to form a flying club based at Washington-Warren Airport. Among those pilots are ... Read more | Add your comment

Sailing school enters 7th season with expanded fleet

Sailing school enters 7th season with expanded fleet

From Little Washington Sailing School   The Little Washington Sailing School is beginning its seventh year with a bigger fleet and more dock space. The ... Read more | Add your comment

Ocracoke brogue topic of Estuarium lecture tonight

Ocracoke brogue topic of Estuarium lecture tonight

From the North Carolina Estuarium Dr. Walt Wolfram to discuss “hoi toider” brogue and more at NC Estuarium Renowned language scholar Dr. Walt Wolfram will ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. 50th dog gains freedom  | Add your comment
  2. ART OF BUSINESS: Art on Market a culmination of two careers  | Add your comment
  3. ‘Golden Rule’ focal point of speaker to local students  | Add your comment
  4. Board scrutinizes budget  | Add your comment
  5. Afterschool program culminates into family festival  | Add your comment
  6. Students bid farewell to dance teacher  | Add your comment
  7. Palace volunteer shares talent with Bath visitors  | Add your comment
  8. TECH SAVVY: Program to promote social media education  | Add your comment
  9. BCCC graduates record 485 students  | Add your comment
  10. Council reviews flood insurance  | Add your comment
  11. Aurora Fossil Festival puts fun in education  | Add your comment
  12. Worthy gives live oaks to city  | Add your comment
  13. Pets of the Week, May 17, 2015  | Add your comment
  14. Spring Heat: Car show raises funds for fire department  | Add your comment
  15. Jobless rate drops  | Add your comment
  16. Waterfront treats?: Food carts could return to city’s waterfront  | Add your comment
  17. ADN graduates pinned in May 14 ceremony  | Add your comment
  18. CHRISTIAN CONCERT: Local church to host musical group  | Add your comment
  19. Fire department to host auto show  | Add your comment
  20. City resident unhappy with budget particulars  | Add your comment
  21. Making the most of a river view, and fabric too  | Add your comment
  22. Bath Fest, where art meets history, celebrates town’s start  | Add your comment
  23. Music in the Streets features great musical array  | Add your comment
  24. What’s best to eat before the test?  | Add your comment


Washington Montessori School constructing new gym

Washington Montessori School constructing new gym

It is as modest a basketball arena as you can get. Surrounded by grass on both sides, exposed to the elements, the outdoor court at ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Using live blue crabs as bait may be illegal  | Add your comment
  2. East Carolina defeats Tulane in AAC Championships  | Add your comment
  3. Minor League Youth Baseball Roundup  | Add your comment


Down East Seniors Club, May 10, 2015

DOWN EAST SENIORS CLUB The Down East Seniors Club held their May 6 meeting at the Blind Center of North Carolina in Washington. President Stewart ... Read more | Add your comment

Saturday Night Jamboree

The Saturday night Jamboree held its annual Spring Prom recently at the Redmen’s Lodge in Washington. Keepers of the door Swindell Brady and Russell Jefferson ... Read more | Add your comment

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Local hospice nurse named regional Clinician of the Year Washington Mayor Mac Hodges signs proclamation for Memorial Day



Bringing parents, guardians up to speed

A panel discussion was held at P.S. Jones earlier this week that focused on bringing parents, grandparents and other guardians up to speed on the ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Write Again. . . We called them savages

“Bartow, this one is worthy of a re-run.  Have read it many times and shared with ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: May 22, 2015

To the Editor: I guess Brian Williams’ recent case of “misremembering” may be contagious. After reading the “Taking a Toll” article in the Sunday, March ... Read more | Add your comment

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