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Former bank building has new owner

Agape Health Services has purchased the former Wells Fargo property on South Market Street. The organization hasn’t officially stated what the building will be used ... Read more

2 days ago by Brandon Tester.

All recreational sites cleared for swimming

All 18 sites passed the Swim Guide test this week in the Tar-Pamlico watershed — a sign that it’s safe to swim in local waters ... Read more

2 days ago by Sound Rivers.

Beacon Street to develop in Belhaven

Beacon Street Development, the company behind Washington’s Moss Landing waterfront community, is hoping to begin development on a new waterfront community in Belhaven by the ... Read more

2 days ago by Chelsea Hofmann.

AOP returns to the stage with “Mamma Mia”

The Turnage Theatre is hosting the first performance since its closure in March of 2020 due to concerns regarding COVID-19.  The cast is made up ... Read more

2 days ago by Chelsea Hofmann.

School board considering additional summer bonuses, but more research needed

Teachers working Beaufort County Schools’ state-mandated summer program are set to receive a $1,500 bonus as an incentive for choosing to give up part of ... Read more

2 days ago by Brandon Tester.

‘Obamacare’ survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court, though increasingly conservative in makeup, rejected the latest major Republican-led effort to kill the national health care law known ... Read more

2 days ago by The Associated Press.

Community Foundation awards $2,360 in local grants

From the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation The board of advisors of the Beaufort-Hyde Community Foundation recently announced $2,360 in local grant awards from its community grantmaking ... Read more

3 days ago by The Daily News.

Pamlico Rose to host art exhibit

The Pamlico Rose Institute will host a cumulative exhibit for its first artist-in-residence. The artist-in-residence, Sue Kammers, works with glass to create stained glass pieces ... Read more

3 days ago by Chelsea Hofmann.

Good neighbors preserve Washington’s history

The penultimate Terrell Award for Good Neighbor has been awarded to Joan Cottle for her dutiful restoration of her historic home on East Main Street.  ... Read more

3 days ago by Chelsea Hofmann.

Realtor group asks Gov. Cooper to end eviction moratorium

The statewide residential eviction moratorium is set to expire June 30. The NC Association of Realtors is asking Gov. Roy Cooper to end it sooner. ... Read more

3 days ago by Brandon Tester.

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