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Pamlico Books wins Terrell Award

When Tom and Deb Ryan were scouring the East in search of their next home, a town with ...

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Remembering those who died in service

It was a morning full of memories, stories, tears, hugs, laughter and more hugs in the early hours ...

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Historic bell finds permanent home

The Swan Quarter Volunteer Fire Department thought they were just going to raise enough funds to build a ...

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A walk through history

Did you know that Fourth Street was once the hub of commerce for the Black community? Do you ...

Bath

Bath Fest to resume in September

The 15th annual Bath Fest will return in September of this year after being canceled due to the ...

Pungo Living

History for Lunch to feature local author

From the Museum of the Albemarle  ELIZABETH CITY – The Museum of the Albemarle will host our monthly ...

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WWII hero laid to rest

Fireman 1st Class Howard David Hodges was laid to rest on Saturday, April 17, 2021, almost 80 years ...

Bath

Historic structure to receive possible funding

In the 2021-2023 budget proposed on March 24, 2021, Gov. Roy Cooper included $280,000 in funds to continue ...

Pamlico Life

Cousins honor ancestors through boat christening

With permission of Thor, the Norse god of lightning and thunder, consent from Poseidon, Greek god of the ...

Pungo Living

Local museum reopens

PANTEGO – The Pantego Academy Historical Museum is reopening to the public on a weekly basis following a ...

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