ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (WAVY) - The ECSU Board of Trustees and an attorney will be holding a meeting Friday afternoon, regarding personnel matters.
According to Kesha Williams with Elizabeth City State University Media Relations, the meeting will be held at 3:30 p.m. at the school's pharmacy complex. She said the "purpose of the meeting is to consult with our attorney and to discuss personnel matters."
During the past month, ECSU police chief was placed on administrative leave, stemming from the campus' handling of a complaint of assault and sexual battery.
Officials have not confirmed the specific case that led to the investigation. However, an ECSU woman was sexually assaulted twice by her dorm leader on campus, and it wasn't until city police stepped in that her alleged attacker, Anthony Butler, was arrested.
The State Bureau of Investigation is conducting an independent investigation into the allegations of obstruction of justice and witness intimidation at ECSU.
Last week, Elizabeth City City Manager Rich Olson announced the city will provide one supervisor and two police officers each day, as well as an investigator who will work Monday through Friday during the day to the ECSU campus.
Tributes from those who knew Nelson Mandela began pouring in from across the globe, including words from two Hampton Roads leaders.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation says dredging beneath the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge will likely begin Friday afternoon.
State police is conducting a criminal investigation after a vehicle crashing into a residence on the Eastern Shore.
David Karl Becker, a Navy SEAL, was arrested on four charges related to stealing and selling government-owned firearms and ammunition.
Newport News Police said they are looking for the person who drove into the wall of a car wash and stole a control box.
Virginia lawmakers and officials commented on the passing of Nelson Mandela Friday, December 5, 2013. Mandela was 95 years old.
The Chesapeake Police Department is seeking any information about these 10 wanted suspects. If you know anything, call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.