Thursday, April 25, 2019

Rising expenses, falling prices hit area farm incomes

April 24, 2019

ELIZABETH CITY — Falling prices for crops such as corn and soybeans have been the single biggest cause of declines in farm income, according to area crop experts.

The trend of declining farm income is among the information found in the recent report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture on…

An inside look at TowneBank Tower

April 23, 2019

With hints of the football press box and suites buildings already in place at the University of Cincinnati, TCU and Wake Forest as guiding posts, East Carolina University is in the final few months of putting a unique Pirate touch on the TowneBank Tower that should greatly enhance Dowdy-Ficklen…

Commissioners hear recycling report, extend offer to medical director candidate

April 23, 2019

 Pitt County’s recycling program is undergoing changes to meet China’s increasingly stringent demands for accepting recyclables from the United States.

John Coward, Eastern Carolina Vocational Center’s operations manager, outlined the steps his organization is taking during…

Barefoot bash signals end of spring classes

April 23, 2019

Nothing says “carefree” quite like going barefoot.

Thousands of ECU students had the chance to shed their shoes and sink their toes into the Mall’s thick, green lawn on Tuesday in celebration of the last day of spring semester classes and the end of the academic year.


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