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Remembering the Holocaust: A survivor's story

May 01, 2017

Signs reading “Jews here, are not wanted” are a part of life that Alfred Schnog said he always will remember. He still recalls a jail cell with a commode.

“I can remember that jail cell, vividly recall the color of the wall, which was painted that pea green that sometimes you…


Story behind World War II case unraveled

May 01, 2017

FARMVILLE — A chance find at an antique store has led to an outpouring of support on Facebook to help connect a long-lost suitcase to the family of its owner.

It all began when Ashlie Boberg paid a visit to Happy’s Emporium in Ayden.

Boberg, owner of Dance Unlimited in Farmville, was…


A connecting tribute: Naming road for ECU pioneers Jenkins and Best suits their legacies, supporters say

April 30, 2017

Plans to name a $30 million project connecting East Carolina University and the city’s medical district after two ECU pioneers captures the spirit of their work to connect people in Greenville, advocates said.

During the Greenville City Council’s meeting on Monday, members…


Connector project ahead of schedule

April 30, 2017

NCDOT officials said work on the $30 million project to provide a modern multi-lane connection between East Carolina University and the city’s medical district is proceeding “ahead of schedule.” One of the lead engineers this week outlined progress on the 10th Street Connector,…

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