The state Senate budget includes funding for a new ECU medical school and several other Pitt County programs, but Rep. Kandie Smith said what is left out is disappointing.
A Greenville man has been arrested on charges of rape, assault and other crimes related to a teenage girl.
The East Carolina University Board of Trustees on Wednesday took action to integrate the Brody School of Medicine with Vidant Health and create a new health system brand.
The Winterville Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating suspects who stole a trailer and four-wheelers early Monday.
Just over 700 Pitt County residents got a COVID-19 shot in the last eight days, barely nudging a tepid vaccination rate, state data show.
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GUC employees celebrate milestones
East Carolina University announced on Tuesday it will soon begin using license plates instead of decals and hangtags to identify who is parked legally in campus lots.
A vote on the transfer of Pitt County’s Confederate veterans monument has been delayed until at least July 19, the county manager said.
While the state continues to make decisions on changes in the way social studies is taught, Pitt County Schools says critical race theory is not currently being presented in its classrooms.
East Carolina Athletics has launched a Student-Athlete Brand Resource Education program in an educational partnership with The Miller School of Entrepreneurship to prepare its student-athletes with a comprehensive collection of resources to capitalize on the Name, Image and Likeness legislat…
Two Pitt County tennis players will continue their seasons this week at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state championships.
** The J.H. Rose-D.H. Conley baseball game was postponed to Wednesday at 7 p.m. Below is the game preview. **
J.H. Rose standout athlete Michael Allen verbally committed to N.C. State’s football program, setting him up to later sign with the Wolfpack as a speedy running back. He is ranked as the No. 6 player in the state for the 2022 class.
RALEIGH – South Central High School will send six individuals and one relay team to the Class 4A Track and Field State Championships this weekend in Greensboro.
FRANKLINTON – D.H. Conley’s boys track team captured second place (75 points) and earned four championships during the Class 3A Eastern Regional meet Saturday at Franklinton High School.
Why is so much of white America reluctant to accept the concept of critical race theory? Shouldn’t education be more about truth than it is about pride and suppression? Is it right for our children to be sheltered from and lied to about mass genocide, enslavement, cruelty and continued attem…
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Priests could deny communion to pro-choice public officials under new guidelines the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops voted on Thursday to write, opening a new front in the nation’s abortion wars.
China’s increasingly aggressive geopolitical and economic stance in the world is unleashing a fierce bipartisan backlash in America. That’s fine if it leads to more public investment in basic research, education and infrastructure — as did the Sputnik shock of the late 1950s. But it poses da…
North Carolina is in urgent need of flood prevention legislation. Increasingly, rural communities are bearing the brunt of severe flooding events but lack the resources, funding or capacity to recover from past floods or plan for future ones.
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For over a year the pandemic has kept us from gathering and sitting down together for a big family-style meal. The simple act of sitting at a table and sharing food took away a valued part of mealtime. Now, with restrictions ease, we can get back to our shared food roots. What better way to …
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