As COVID-19 cases increase daily, local law enforcement agencies continue to offer many of the same services they normally do, but delivery of those services ... Read more
2 days ago by Matt Debnam.
Though Washington’s waterfront docks and Dowry Creek Marina are open for dockage, boaters are staying aboard their vessels in response to COVID-19. While operations are ... Read more
3 days ago by Mitchell Thomas.
The City of Washington has declared a state of emergency, which was signed by Mayor Mac Hodges and put into effect March 25. The full ... Read more
3 days ago by The Daily News.
A Walgreens employee was one of two people in Beaufort County whose COVID-19 tests returned positive on Tuesday, Walgreens corporate office in Deerfield, Illinois, confirmed ... Read more
4 days ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.
The City of Washington is working to reduce the spread of COVID-19, through social distancing while still maintaining service to the public. In order to ... Read more
4 days ago by City of Washington.
While many businesses are closed and/or employees are being instructed to work from home, The Hackney in Washington, makers of 1000 Piers gin, is finding ... Read more
5 days ago by Mitchell Thomas.
From the N.C. League of Municipalities Even before the first U.S. case of COVID-19, officials at all levels of government brimmed with questions — what-ifs, ... Read more
1 week ago by The Daily News.
A drive around Washington’s historic district reveals a different kind of history in the making — every corner one turns, there’s another building being fixed ... Read more
1 week ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.
In an abundance of caution and with the health of City of Washington’s citizens and employees in mind, the City of Washington is implementing the ... Read more
2 weeks ago by City of Washington.
A Washington man has been accused of manufacturing pills with the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl in his Pamlico Plantation home. Dylan Holcomb, age 26, was ... Read more