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Saturday, February 25, 2017
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Mildew problems ongoing at detention center

February 25, 2017

Pitt County Detention Center officials plan to bring in the county's health inspector next week to figure out what more can be done to combat a mildew problem that detainees say is causing them respiratory issues and sinus problems.

Staff has been cleaning the problem area with bleach for more than…


Better health needs a diverse workforce

February 25, 2017

To correct health disparities in eastern North Carolina, providers must take on the difficult task of correcting similar disparities in the makeup of the health care workforce, according to a panel of experts speaking Friday at East Carolina University.

The 13th annual Jean Elaine Mills Health…


A few lights remain in Camelot

February 25, 2017

Limited street lighting will remain in a Greenville-area neighborhood through the weekend, but crews will turn off all the lights by next week unless residents come up with a way to pay the $432 monthly bill.

Greenville Utilities on Thursday began turning off most of the 32 lights in the Camelot…


Refugee ministry won't welcome as many this year

February 25, 2017

President Donald Trump’s executive order to reduce the number of refugees to be admitted to the United States is affecting refugees from all over the world, according to the executive director of an area refugee organization.

Susan Husson, executive director of Interfaith Refugee Ministry Inc.…

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