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Gates County felon locked up on weapon charge

RALEIGH – Anthony Eugene Kee of Hobbsville was sentenced here June 10 to 18 months in prison for possession of a firearm by a felon. ... Read more

1 week ago by Contributor.

Governor announces $4 million Summer Cash and College Tuition drawings

RALEIGH – As part of North Carolina’s effort to encourage more North Carolinians to receive COVID-19 vaccines, Governor Roy Cooper announced $4 Million Summer Cash ... Read more

1 week ago by Contributor.

Hertford County Office of Aging returns to pre-pandemic operations

WINTON – As the country slowly re-opens after months of restrictions, so has the Hertford County Office of Aging. “It has been great to see ... Read more

1 week ago by Contributor.

Gates County native earns rank of Brigadier General

By James Brabenec FORT SILL, OK – For Brig. Gen. Richard Harrison the new stars on his uniform were a direct tie to his interest ... Read more

1 week ago by Contributor.

Gateway to the world

Tri-County Airport celebrates opening of new terminal and honors its ageless flight instructor Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

Thieves cross county lines

R-C area trio face B&E and larceny charges in Hertford and Bertie Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

Cooper, Daye charged again

WINDSOR – Two local men charged last week in a rash of residential break-ins in Hertford County now face similar charges in Bertie County. Kyle ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

No ‘culture shock’ for new Gates County Manager

Tim Wilson enjoys the slow pace of a rural lifestyle Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

COVID-19 active cases declining

The Roanoke-Chowan area was free of COVID-19 related deaths last week. Meanwhile, the number of local active cases continues to show that the virus, while ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

Cobbs ends 50-year career

Veteran Ridgecroft School teacher retires Read more

2 weeks ago by Holly Taylor.

Two arrested in rash of break-ins

Crime wave in Hertford County began on May 20 Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

Bertie tightens purse strings

Proposed FY 21-22 budget cuts spending, but does include small raise for county workers Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

Northampton Commissioners approve JCPC funding plan

JACKSON – A funding plan for the local Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) was approved by the Northampton County Board of Commissioners at their regular ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Holly Taylor.

COVID-19 cases continue downward trend

The number of newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19 continues to decline across the state. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) reported ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Cal Bryant.

R-C Christian Women’s Job Corps gains grant

Roanoke Chowan Christian Women’s Job Corps recently received a $40,000 grant from the North Carolina Community Healing, a component of the North Carolina Community Foundation. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Contributor.

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