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Local issues weighty in state budget debate

June 27, 2019

RALEIGH — North Carolina legislators have given initial approval to a GOP budget agreement that fails to address Medicaid expansion and other items requested by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.

The House and Senate voted separately Wednesday to approve a spending plan for the next two years. The…


ECU Physicians joins state health plan

June 27, 2019

ECU Physicians has agreed to accept patients under the new state health plan even while Vidant Health and other providers remain in opposition to revisions that will reduce revenues.

The State Treasurer’s Office on Wednesday announced ECU’s practice is the latest major provider to sign…


Panel rules in favor of city in red light lawsuit

June 27, 2019

Greenville’s red light camera program has received a green light from a state judicial panel.

A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Superior Court has upheld the program as constitutional, thwarting a lawsuit that sought to shut it down.

Attorneys for plaintiff, Mary Sue Vaitovis, who…


Farmers Market G-Circle location offers convenient access

June 27, 2019

Not only are crops growing in eastern North Carolina this summer, but easy access to those crops is growing as well.

Pitt County residents and others can find fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the farm at the G-Circle Market, 201 Government Circle, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Wednesday.…

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