New Year’s Eve signals the time to wrap up the old and ring in the new. We are counting down five ways we fell in love with Elizabeth City all over again over this past year.READ MORE ».
Last year, the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Tourism Development Authority began exploring different options for rebranding Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County. After collecting feedback from the community and visitors, it was decided the Tourism Development Authority would make changes.READ MORE ».
Five minutes from downtown Elizabeth City and tucked behind a thicket of marsh grasses and shrubs is a hidden oasis: the beautiful George M. Wood Memorial Park in Camden County (U. S. 158 just east of the Causeway) which offers breathtaking views in every direction.READ MORE ».
Recently we asked Elizabeth City residents to share their favorite area photos with us. We received some wonderful images and below is just a sampling of the photographs we received.READ MORE ».
Elizabeth City is filled with talented people, many of whom are inspired to paint, sing, write, act or create by nature of our striking location on the Pasquotank River and Albemarle Sound. Author and musician Bland Simpson is one such individual. He grew up in Elizabeth City and has written six books chronicling life on and near the water here in North Carolina’s northeastern pocket.READ MORE ».
Restaurant owner and chef Andy Montero is a man about town. When he’s not whipping up mahi and crab étouffée or ratatouille lasagna at Montero’s, an Elizabeth City landmark, he’s catering social events, serving on community boards or raising funds to support neighborhood schools. Now, Montero’s fans can learn more about his rise as a restauranteur and try out a few of his recipes, featured in a new book, Chefs of the Coast: Restaurants and Recipes of the North Carolina Coast.READ MORE ».