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Community Impact Award honors Harbor District Market visionaries

Since the Washington Harbor District Market first opened its doors last year, the location has become many things to many people. It’s been a space ... Read more

4 days ago by Matt Debnam.

Major grant will Raise the Roof

Arts of the Pamlico is $714,000 closer to restoring the roof of its home, the Turnage Theatre. The arts nonprofit announced Thursday that AOP is ... Read more

5 days ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

After debate, tag office remains at Washington Municipal Building

The City of Washington is aiming to open a new license plate agency for Beaufort County in April or early May. Following debate by the ... Read more

6 days ago by Matt Debnam.

Concert in the Dark raises funds, awareness

Renowned Ocracoke musicians and The Blind Center of North Carolina will team up next week for fundraiser that appeals to the senses. The second-annual Concert ... Read more

6 days ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Senior Center to host Valentine’s Day advocacy event

The Grace Martin Harwell Senior Center is joining hundreds of seniors from Senior Centers across the State to mail Valentines to our legislators. Seniors will ... Read more

1 week ago by The Daily News.

Council to take second look at 15th Street

Traffic safety problems, and possible solutions, on Washington’s 15th Street will receive a second look after the Washington City Council voted unanimously to seek an ... Read more

1 week ago by Matt Debnam.

Big adventures and paperboys come to Turnage stage

Henry, Beezus, Ramona and Ribsy — if those names are familiar, a visit to a Turnage Theatre matinee should be in the near future. East ... Read more

1 week ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

ReLeaf greening up the town

Two donations to ReLeaf Washington have capped recent plantings by the tree advocates as the organization approaches its first year of operation. Using $150 gifts ... Read more

1 week ago by The Daily News.

Washington native and veteran advocates healing through art

Omar Columbus is many things: a Washington native and 1994 Washington High School graduate; an Air Force veteran, trained first in logistics, then in intelligence; ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Art contest celebrates Black History Month

The Boys & Girls Club Washington unit and U.S. Cellular have teamed up to host an art contest celebrating Black History Month, and the public ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

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