Gates County NC News Index

Gates County News News Index

Welcome to the Gates County News storage Index, out-of-date news articles are archived in this area. Gates County News is an independent news agency bringing you Northeast North Carolina news affecting the counties in the region known as the Albermarle.

04/07/2010
Gates County 2010 Primary Election

GATES COUNTY NEWS -- Senator Ed Jones will not endorse any candidates in the Gates County May 2010 primary election. Jones appreciated the support he has received over the years from the local Democratic Party, but he says voters should decide who is the best candidate to represent them. Jones further predicted hard times ahead for Gates County...

03/14/2010
Betsy Dowdy NSDAR Good Citizens Award

GATES COUNTY NEWS -- The Betsy Dowdy Chapter of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) held their annual Good Citizens Awards at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. This year's outstanding senior was Cameron Hill of Gates County High School. Cameron is the daughter of DeAnna Dorsey and resides in Gates, North Carolina...

12/18/2009
Gates County Historic Quilt

GATES COUNTY NEWS -- The Gates County Quilt is now on display at the Museum of the Albemarle. The quilt, originally sewn in 1886, is considered Gates County's most historic artifact...

10/21/2009
NCDOT Files for Construction Permit in Gates County

GATES COUNTY NEWS -- NC DENR has given legal notice that application for a development permit in an AEC as designated under the Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) has been received on October 10, 2009. The requested permit submitted by NC Department of Transportation proposes to replace an existing Bridge #32 on SR 1100 over Trotman Creek in Gates County...

06/10/2009
Photography Exhibit in Chowan County

Gates County News - Boy & BeagleGATES COUNTY NEWS -- Residents in Gates County will have a chance to see,"Telling Our Stories" Photography Exhibit that is coming to Chowan County! Shepard Pruden Memorial Library in Edenton will host the exhibit from June 12, 2009, through July 2, 2009...

05/31/2009
Old Sunbury Elementary School Continues to Deteriorate

GATES COUNTY NEWS -- A post-World War II urban school, the Enfield Graded School, is one of nineteen individual properties and districts across the state of North Carolina added to the National Register of Historic Places. Similar to the deteriorating old Sunbury Elementary School located in the center of Sunbury, Gates County, North Carolina...

04/16/2009
Save at Farm Fresh

GATES COUNTY NEWS - April 2009 is special a month of savings for Gates County family's foods at Farm Fresh stores...

04/19/2008
Gates County's Low Income Discrimination

GATES COUNTY NEWS - Gates County Board of Commissioners and Gates County Board of Education knew that by design the Gates County Zoning Ordinance would be exclusionary in regards to low income housing... Both these Boards knew that by placing exclusionary regulations on development of low income housing, they would force low income residents to build homes they could not afford in order to increase the County property tax base (INCLUDES VIDEO)...

04/09/2008
Coast Guard Rescue Crew of Five

PASQUOTANK COUNTY NEWS - Yesterday, a U.S. Coast Guard HH-60 Jayhawk Rescue helicopter crew from Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina rescued five people from the German flagged 43-foot sailboat Born...

04/05/2008
Touched by Patriotism

Fred Smith and Lee GreenwoodGATES COUNTY NEWS -- Last Monday evening, I had the opportunity to meet Senator Fred Smith! More than eighty citizens gathered at the Washington High School in Little Washington, North Carolina, to attend Senator Fred Smith's campaign rally in support of his candidacy for Governor 2008. A close friend and supporter of Fred, singer Lee Greenwood preformed patriotic songs such as, "God Bless the USA" written sometime back in 1982, when I just joined the Navy....


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