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BUILDING BLOCKS: Tavern at Jack’s Neck continues to expand

BUILDING BLOCKS: Tavern at Jack’s Neck continues to expand

BELHAVEN — Belhaven is a town full of hidden gems, and The Tavern at Jack’s Neck is one of them. Walk through the front door, and ... Read more

State NAACP files another complaint in Belhaven case

State NAACP files another complaint in Belhaven case

BELHAVEN — The state NAACP announced Saturday it is filing a complaint with U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday regarding the Belhaven hospital. The Rev. ... Read more

Bills would end tolls, earmark money for vessels

Bills would end tolls, earmark money for vessels

State Rep. Paul Tine, along with other primary sponsors, filed a bill Wednesday that would eliminate ferry tolls, allow concessions and advertising on ferries and appropriate $13.85 ... Read more

Zoning matter might go to Superior Court

Washington’s Planning Board meets at 7 p.m. today in a special session to discuss a proposed ordinance amendment regarding the conversion of single-family residences to multi-family residences ... Read more

City prepares to buy another fire engine

Just months after buying a new fire engine, Washington is in the market for another one. Robbie Rose, chief of the Washington Fire-Rescue- EMS Department, informed ... Read more

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