Elizabeth City, North Carolina

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States. * Mid-America Christian University, a private Christian college located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. align center 291 Split into exits 291A (north) and 291B (south); west end of concurrency with SR 168; east end of concurrency with US 17; access from outer loop to southbound US 17 is via

as a member of the 1960s girl group The Toys. Route description I-464 begins in the city of Chesapeake at the northern end of the directional interchange between US 17 (Dominion Boulevard) and SR 168 (Oak Grove Connector). US 17 heads south toward the Inner Banks community of Elizabeth City (Elizabeth City, North Carolina). SR 168 heads south toward the Outer Banks, including Nags Head (Nags Head, North Carolina) and Manteo (Manteo, North Carolina). Just north of I

-464's terminus is a cloverleaf interchange with I-64 (Hampton Roads Beltway), between which US 17 and SR 168 run concurrently (concurrency (road)) with northbound and southbound I-464, respectively. US 17 and SR 168 join I-64 for their own short concurrencies, with US 17 heading west toward Suffolk (Suffolk, Virginia) and SR 168 heading east toward Virginia Beach (Virginia Beach, Virginia). I-464 heads north as a six-lane freeway that meets U.S. Route 13 in Virginia US 13


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Station Elizabeth City is the largest United States Coast Guard Air Station in the nation, and home to five commands - Air Station Elizabeth City, Aircraft Repair and Supply Center, Aviation Technical Training Center, Support Center Elizabeth City, and Small Boat Station Elizabeth City - as well as the off-base


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terminus; south end of concurrency with US 17 Elizabeth City (Elizabeth City, North Carolina) Nags Head (Nags Head, North Carolina) * WKJX 96.7 The Block - Mainstream Urban Early life Bateman was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina on August 7, 1928. However, he lived most of his life in Newport News, Virginia. A graduate of Newport News High School in 1945, Bateman went on to William and Mary (College of William and Mary) to earn a Bachelor's degree


record construction

: www.splinterfleet.org sfspec.php http: www.navsource.org archives 12 01idx.htm four YT-class yard tugboats, and six 104-foot QS-class quick supply boats. http: shipbuildinghistory.com history smallships armyqsboats.htm The Elizabeth City Shipyard not only built the largest number of subchasers for the war effort (30 out of 438 total), but also set the record construction time for the SC-class


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National Strike Force Coordination Center located in northern Elizabeth City. Recently incorporated into the United States Department of Homeland Security, the base, along with a host of defense contractors anchored by DRS Technologies, provide a host of local jobs and maintains an influx of Coast Guard and industry employees from all around the country. The USCG Air Station and the Aviation Technical Training Center (ATTC) in Elizabeth City were featured in numerous scenes of the 2006


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Davis , a justice on the Federal Court of Appeals, was born in Elizabeth City, as was John C. B. Ehringhaus, governor of North Carolina from 1933-1937 and for whom Ehringhaus Street, a major thoroughfare, is named. thumb National Potato Peeling Contest, one of several potato-related activities at the festival (File:NC Potato Festival 2010.jpg) During the same era, nine-ball legend Luther Lassiter was born in Elizabeth City


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, and developed much of his skill at pool (pool (cue sports)) in the City Billiards pool hall. Elizabeth City was the 1929 birthplace of the American Moth Boat (Moth (dinghy)), a class of recreational sailboats invented by Dr. Joel Van Sant. The city hosts a Moth Boat Regatta annually in late February.<


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Hospital's position as the region's major medical facility. Limitations in some services and speciality providers had caused many prospective patients to seek services in the Hampton Roads or Greenville (Greenville, North Carolina) metro areas, leading to steady erosion of operating margins. Affiliation with a larger health organization would also provide increased buying power, improve in equipment and facility investment as well as entice additional physicians to the area. ref>


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Fair Shopping Elizabeth City's shopping districts are generally centered on the Historic Downtown CBD (Central Business District), the Ehringhaus Street US 17 Business (U.S. Route 17 in North Carolina) strip, Hughes Boulevard US 17, or the newest outgrowth, the City Center West Halstead Boulevard Extended Weeksville Road NC 344 (North Carolina Highway 344) corridor. *'''Historic Downtown Elizabeth City''' Home to small Mom-and-Pop shops, lively local restaurants


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Fair Shopping Elizabeth City's shopping districts are generally centered on the Historic Downtown CBD (Central Business District), the Ehringhaus Street US 17 Business (U.S. Route 17 in North Carolina) strip, Hughes Boulevard US 17, or the newest outgrowth, the City Center West Halstead Boulevard Extended Weeksville Road NC 344 (North Carolina Highway 344) corridor. *'''Historic Downtown Elizabeth City''' Home to small Mom-and-Pop shops, lively local restaurants

Elizabeth City, North Carolina

'''Elizabeth City''' is a city in Pasquotank County (Pasquotank County, North Carolina), North Carolina, in the United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 18,683.

Elizabeth City is the center of the Elizabeth City Micropolitan Statistical Area (Elizabeth City micropolitan area), with a population of 64,094 as of 2010. The city is the economic center of the region, as well as home to many historic sites and cultural traditions.

Marketed as the "Harbor of Hospitality", Elizabeth City has had a long history of shipping due to its location at a narrowed bend of the Pasquotank River. Founded in 1794, Elizabeth City prospered early on from the Dismal Swamp Canal as a mercantile city, before later shifting later into a varied industrial and commercial focus. While Elizabeth City still retains its extensive waterfront property, it is linked to neighboring counties and cities by highways and bridges and serves as the site of the largest US Coast Guard base in the nation.

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