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Government meetings go remote, focus on social distancing

Though the COVID-19 crisis has brought many aspects of daily life to a grinding halt, the wheels of local government continue to turn, albeit in ... Read more

3 hours ago by Matt Debnam.

Watson In Homes shifts production from design to COVID-19 demand

Susan and Jeremy Watson are used to switching gears. The owners of Watson In Homes, an upholstering and interior design shop in Washington, flow with ... Read more

4 hours ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Washington student makes face shields with 3D printer, donates to Vidant

Washington High School freshman John Hinchey has taken on a project to develop personal protective equipment, making face shields and to donate them to Vidant ... Read more

1 day ago by Mitchell Thomas.

Man dies by suicide on Washington waterfront

A man died by suicide on the Washington waterfront Wednesday afternoon, according to Washington Police and Fire Services Director Stacy Drakeford. Drakeford said his office ... Read more

1 week ago by Matt Debnam.

From onstage to online, local musician adapts to stay-at-home order

Fans of live music in Beaufort County know Chuck Phillips. From the summer stage at Backwater Jack’s to host of the Wine Crate’s Open Mic ... Read more

1 week ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Community rallies behind carryout by Chrislyn’s

Through major hurricanes and other catastrophes in Beaufort County and parts surrounding, Carryout by Chrislyn’s has been there in heroic fashion. Led by owner Chrislyn ... Read more

1 week ago by Mitchell Thomas.

City gets a jump on downtown streetscape project

The City of Washington moved forward with the plan to revamp Main Street on Monday, a few days ahead of schedule. The streetscape project was ... Read more

1 week ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Law enforcement continues services with extra precautions

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 weeks ago by Matt Debnam.

Washington, Belhaven docks remain open amid virus threat

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

2 weeks ago by Mitchell Thomas.

City of Washington declares state of emergency

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

2 weeks ago by The Daily News.

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