October 26, 2016

One person was injured when a Raleigh man failed to yield while making a left turn and caused a two-vehicle wreck, according to a weekly review of crashes investigated in Pitt County by the State Highway Patrol.

The wreck occurred just before 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 17 on U.S. 264…

October 26, 2016

A member of the Pitt County Board of Education wanted to know Monday during a work session why so many black students are being suspended compared to the number of white students.

During the session at J.H. Rose High School, the board heard from Assistant Superintendent of Educational Programs and…

October 26, 2016

Local law enforcement are gearing up for a busy weekend, increasing staffing ahead of Halloween festivities and East Carolina University’s homecoming football game.

Greenville Police Department’s Lt. David Bowen on Tuesday detailed the agency’s plan for Halloween on Monday, which…


October 26, 2016

The Board of Education’s District 3 race pits two longtime incumbents against one another and a newcomer. 

Seven-year incumbent Mary Blount-Williams, 12-year incumbent Billy Peaden and grandparent Herbert Wright will be on the ballot for residents living in District 3, an area that…


October 26, 2016

Greenville Recreation and Parks staff are continuing cleanup efforts at city parks now that floodwaters from Hurricane Matthew are subsiding throughout the area.

“We’ve been putting in some long days,” Dean Foy, parks superintendent for the City of Greenville, said.…


October 26, 2016

Voters think neither major political party can help them improve their futures, and it's left them angry, a former president said during a Tuesday campaign event in Greenville.

They are wrong, former president Bill Clinton said. His wife, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, has a plan…


October 26, 2016

Someone reportedly entered a home on Oct. 19 and stole property valued at close to $3,000, according to the Greenville Police Department.

The incident occurred between 2 a.m. and 2:15 a.m. on Oct. 19 at 1400 Willow St. 

According to a police department case report, someone entered the front…

October 26, 2016


Religion in politics

“God in the Voting Booth-Religion and Politics: A Panel Discussion” will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. in C-103 of East Carolina University’s Brewster Building off East 10th St. Panelists include Tom Eamon and Brad Lockerbie of political science and Calvin…


October 26, 2016

East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine ranked fourth in the nation for the percentage of its graduates pursuing careers in family medicine. 

Brody has ranked in the top 10 since 2007, and this is the sixth year in a row the American Academy of Family Physicians has listed…


October 26, 2016

State legislators may give local school systems additional calendar flexibility for addressing closures associated with Hurricane Matthew and subsequent flooding.

Speaker of the House Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, along with Pitt County representatives Susan Martin of Wilson and Greg Murphy of Greenville…

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