The City of Greenville's Minority and Women Business Enterprise initiative held a Juneteenth celebration at Five Points Plaza on Saturday, June 19, showcasing local businesses, music and food.
ECU's Carroll Dashiell helped Greenville groove and celebrate Juneteenth with a concert and festival on the Town Common.
A request to increase the number of apartments allowed on a piece of Port Terminal Road property had Greenville City Council members debating the likelihood of flooding.
A Pitt County man won more than $400,000 playing the N.C. Lottery Cash 5 game at a store in Ayden, the lottery announced Friday.
Father’s Day weekend will find Willie Joyner doing more than just spending time with his wife, daughters and grandson. He’ll be with the whole crew.
Squatted trucks may soon be banned from North Carolina roadways if legislators have anything to say about it, but some local vehicle owners do not see the bill as effective or necessary.
ROBERSONVILLE — A fund established in honor of a Martin County educator after her death during the pandemic awarded its first $1,000 scholarship on June 12.
James A. Nelson Jr. of Greenville has been awarded one of North Carolina’s highest civilian honors, the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, recognizing his achievements and service to the state.
The Pitt County Board of Commissioners on Monday is expected to discuss action on a proposed law enforcement center and a spending plan for $17.5 million from the federal American Rescue Plan.
A pair of rising seniors from Pitt County have been selected to work at Greenville Utilities as pre-apprentice linemen through the local TradesFormers program.
GREENVILLE – With one swing of the bat, Dixon Williams kept D.H. Conley’s baseball season alive Saturday night.
Greenville Recreation & Parks will be hosting a Jr. Home Run Derby event at 1 p.m. Saturday for ages 12U & 14U.
D.H. Conley head baseball coach Jason Mills removed his cap to show how little hair he has on top Thursday night.
East Carolina athletics director Jon Gilbert said Wednesday he has been in daily contact with baseball coach Cliff Godwin and wants him to remain with the Pirates, but he also understands the process for Godwin after the coach was linked late last week to the LSU coaching vacancy.
Pradnya Akula, a junior tennis player at South Central High School, will be competing in the Class 4A Eastern Regional Tournament on Friday at Millbrook Exchange Park in Raleigh.
Shane Winkler is the East Carolina softball team’s first-ever male head coach (fifth overall), and he wants his first season to be impactful.
When I was young and started "acting out" my daddy would administer corporal punishment. In other words a good ol' fashioned spanking with tears and all. Now you "act out" and the TV cameras make you into a hero for whatever "acting out" cause you are promoting. I see nothing wrong with a go…
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“Do you have time for this?” my husband, Peter, asked.
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