• 82°

Washington

Latest Washington

City applies for COVID-relief for businesses, individuals

The City of Washington is reaching out to local businesses and individuals who have been hurt financially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Partnering with the Mid-East ... Read more

22 hours ago by Matt Debnam.

Smithsonian exhibit expands Estuarium lessons to global scale

For decades, the North Carolina Estuarium has sought to educate visitors about the complexities of the estuary and humankind’s relationship with the watersheds we inhabit. ... Read more

3 days ago by Matt Debnam.

Harry Potter Halloween returns to Brown Library

A world of magic and whimsy awaits at Brown Library later this month, as the Harry Potter Halloween returns for its second year. A sequel ... Read more

4 days ago by Matt Debnam.

112 and counting for Washington’s oldest retailer

At least three Beaufort County businesses have achieved centenarian status. The Daily News profiled Alligood’s Garage (107) on Wednesday. Today, Stewart’s Jewelry Store, checking in ... Read more

1 week ago by Steve Barnes.

City takes gradual approach to reopening

Although North Carolina entered Phase III of reopening a few weeks back, the City of Washington is taking a cautious approach to reopening facilities such ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Matt Debnam.

Alligood’s Garage going strong at 107

At least three Beaufort County businesses have reached centenarian status. This article profiles the kid brother of the bunch, Alligood’s Garage, which checks in 107 ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Steve Barnes.

Bricks, brass and benevolences available at Turnage

By KAREN THIEL For the Washington Daily News   Two new fundraising programs now offer almost 600 opportunities for supporters of the arts to put ... Read more

2 weeks ago by The Daily News.

New owner takes over The Secret Garden

By STEVE BARNES Washington Daily News   The early bird catches the worm, or the old saying goes. In this case, the early walker seized ... Read more

2 weeks ago by The Daily News.

Untreated wastewater spills into Jacks Creek

A ruptured sewer line in Washington spilled approximately 50,000 gallons of untreated wastewater into Jacks Creek on Tuesday, according to a press release from the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Matt Debnam.

Movies return to Washington

By STEVE BARNES Washington Daily News   When the screen went dark after the final credits from the Christian romantic drama “I Still Believe” back ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Daily News.

| Older >