Jeff and Lynne Bair have a routine when preparing for an approaching hurricane.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — A revived Hurricane Ian battered coastal South Carolina on Friday as it pushed northwest into North Carolina, but winds and rains caused few problems in the Greenville area, which had largely shut down ahead of the storm.
A N.C. Supreme Court decision to overturn a 90-year-old precedent protecting advanced practice nurses from legal damages for medical mistakes has advocates calling for legislation to modernize laws the regulated nursing in the state.
River Park Bird Club: The Greenville-River Park North Bird Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday at the Stasavich Science and Nature Center, 1000 Mumford Road. The meeting is free and open to the public. Emily Nastase, a doctoral student in N.C. State’s Department of Applied Ecology, will discuss her study of the ecology, distribution and population genetics of the Henslow’s Sparrow in North Carolina.
The Pitt County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to once again take up a request to amend county rules permitting the operation of go-cart tracks with electric vehicles.
An interdisciplinary collaboration between two East Carolina University faculty researchers is bringing new light to the mental health of law enforcement officers.
WINTERVILLE — Pitt Community College administrators received some outstanding news Thursday morning regarding the school’s bid for reaffirmation of accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
A free rabies vaccination clinic for dogs and cats will be held in Winterville next week for up to 500 animals.
Greenville’s housing authority has received more than $2 million in grant funds to build an affordable housing development for youth exiting the foster care system, the agency announced this week.
A string of four consecutive home games to open the season may have been unusual for East Carolina football but it chalked up wins for Greenville’s economy even as the Pirates split victory with defeat on the field.
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Greenville Recreation and Parks Department is making preparations for the upcoming Fall Coed Rec Adult Dodgeball League.
D.H. Conley avenged an early-season loss to its crosstown foe J.H. Rose in a Big Carolina 3A/4A Conference tennis match on a windy Thursday afternoon.
LITTLEFIELD — Greene Central found the end zone in all three facets of the game on its way to a 64-7 trouncing of Ayden-Grifton on the road Thursday night in an Eastern Plains 2A Conference clash.
Football will go on.
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Martin Terry is equally comfortable performing on a large outdoor festival stage, in a noisy honky-tonk, or on one side of a living room for a birthday party.
There is a pond on our family farm that has not really been a pond for decades. It’s more of a crater these days, used for burning brush — which, as it turns out, is a great way to meet one’s neighbors.
The Senior’s Writing Class at the Pitt County Council on Aging held a birthday party this week for one of its favorites, Dr. Earl Trevathan.
There is agony and there is ecstasy in revising my favorite book, “North Carolina Roadside Eateries.”
D.H. Conley’s High School’s Future Business Leaders of America took nearly two dozen students to Chicago this summer for FBLA Nationals.
J.H. Rose High School had several national winners at the Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference this summer.