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March 27, 2018

A father and son transformed a young man’s hobby into a chance for an artistic adventure last weekend as they took advantage of the Imperial Centre’s Comic Illustration Family Workshop.

Travis Nines and his son Elijah attended Saturday’s class, which was taught by Fenia Guilford,…


March 27, 2018

ROCKY MOUNT — The fight over an interstate natural gas pipeline though Nash County has moved from the state capital to federal court.

Republican lawmakers and Gov. Roy Cooper have been feuding over control of a multimillion-dollar fund promised by Atlantic Coast Pipeline builders meant to…

March 26, 2018

GRIMESLAND — A group of G.R. Whitfield School eighth graders are hoping for a “spark” as the voting deadline nears in a science video contest with $10,000 on the line.

Just five days remain in the Biogen Foundation Spark Video Contest, which encourages middle and high school…


March 26, 2018

A 15-year-old Bethel teenager who has been missing almost a month has been located, and is safe.

Alaycia "Lacy" Williams disappeared from North Pitt High School on March 5, has been located safe in Chicago, a Pitt County Sheriff's Office official confirmed Monday.

The Silver Alert…


March 26, 2018

Firefighters and rescue first responders face some tough challenges on today’s highways where lives often hang in the balance.

That’s especially true when people are trapped under 40 tons of steel, there is no time to spare and the slightest wrong move can result in instant death.…


March 26, 2018

The director of an organization that strives to empower people who have been in the criminal justice system was honored for her efforts at a recent Interfaith Clergy meeting.

Joyce Jones is the executive director of the Life of NC Life Empowerment Center. The organization works with the…


March 26, 2018

Pitt County native Meredith Kittrell has received a national mock trial competition award.

Kittrell, a student at Campbell University's School of Law, was named best advocate in the final round at the Capitol City Challenge National Invitational Mock Trial Competition. She was part of a four-person…


March 26, 2018

Members of the Alpha Nu Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa contributed more than $100 to the local nonprofit organization Restore One to fund the Anchor House, a shelter designed to provide refuge and restoration to adolescent boys who are victims of domestic sex trafficking and commercial sex…


March 26, 2018

FARMVILLE — The East Carolina University GlasStation recently welcomed its first-ever visiting artist.

Henryk Rysz of Krosno, Poland, spent three days at The GlasStation sharing his history, showcasing his trade with demonstrations and working one-on-one with students enrolled in the…

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March 26, 2018

HOOKERTON — A month after initial discussions on a countywide mail-in ballot initiative, Hookerton commissioners said they are willing to consider the town's participation.

Town officials discussed the idea of Greene County sending out mail-in ballots to all registered voters at a recent…

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