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Smokehouses, stables, one-room schoolhouses and even an old-time general store were some of the many buildings families toured on Sunday afternoon during Christmas in the Past at the Village.

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A man trying to evade police was killed and another person was injured early Sunday after a crash on Fifth Street, the Greenville Police Department reported.

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The Pitt Community College men’s basketball team held off a second half rally to defeat Washington Academy 77-72 at home Sunday afternoon.

Outside linebacker Alex Angus was on the field for East Carolina football’s game-saving interception by senior Colby Gore at Connecticut on Nov. 23 for the Pirates’ fourth and final win of the season.

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East Carolina athletics director Jon Gilbert received a text message from an ECU football player last Sunday, one day after the Pirates’ season ended with a 49-24 loss to Tulsa at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.

Pitt County Community Schools and Recreation is now accepting registration for its winter basketball league. The season will run from Jan. 11 to Feb. 29, 2020. There will be eight leagues of various ages, 5-6 Coed, 7-8 boys, 7-9 girls, 9-10 boys, 10-13 girls, 13-15 Coed and 15-18 Coed.

On paper, Friday night’s girls’ basketball matchup between North Pitt and D.H. Conley looked like a potentially exciting matchup, but instead, the Vikings cruised to a 74-32 blowout at Hollywood Crossroads.

East Carolina’s Jake Verity made the most field goals among American Athletic Conference football kickers this season, but he was named second-team All-AAC on Wednesday instead of earning the first-team distinction.

President Trump didn’t jet off to Madrid for last week’s United Nations climateklatsch, but Nancy Pelosi brought a congressional delegation — and a message. “By coming here,” she proclaimed at a news conference, “we want to say to everyone: We’re still in. The United States is still in.”

Americans are having fewer babies and dying younger. That grim reality should be part of the conversation as this country tries to get past the wall of political intransigence that has prevented it from constructing a saner immigration policy and better health care system.

President Trump apparently thought he could bluff and bluster his way out of being impeached, but he was wrong. His place of dishonor in history is now all but assured.

No BYH to the people who are not paving the roads in Uptown Greenville. They are hazardous and I hate to have to work so close by all the roads.

On Nov. 25 a letter to the editor was printed in which the writer called Trump supporters a cult and even quoted scripture to support his claim. Given that the writer quoted scripture I have made a reasonable assertion that he is a Christian and further, he is a Democrat.

On Nov. 25 a letter to the editor was printed in which the writer called Trump supporters a cult and even quoted scripture to support his claim. Given that the writer quoted scripture I have made a reasonable assertion that he is a Christian and further, he is a Democrat.

At last month’s Winterville Regional FIRST Lego League tournament, the St. Peter Catholic School Wiredcats Blue and Green teams both qualified for the North Carolina First Lego League State Championships to be held in January at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro.