East Carolina University’s Division of Research, Economic Development and Engagement has named Tuan Tran director of the Office of Undergraduate Research. Tran officially takes over the role this summer.
The following deeds of trust were recorded with the Pitt County Register of Deeds from March 31-April 6:
The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed April 4-8 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:
The following deeds were recorded with the Pitt County Register of Deeds from March 10-16. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (No fee required.)
The Uptown Greenville Umbrella Market is held from 5-8 p.m. Wednesdays at Five Points Plaza at the corner of Fifth and Evans streets. It features a farmers market-style array of goods and hand-crafted items, along with musical entertainment, food and beverages.
The Mid-Atlantic Reptile Expo is a sales and educational event geared toward reptile and amphibian enthusiasts at the Greenville Convention Center on May 7.
An area fire department is holding an open house at its new, expanded facility in Greenville today and wants the community to come to the celebration.
A smartphone app designed by high schoolers is now showing users the way to amenities at all 90 park and recreation facilities in Pitt County.
Even before a developer announced plans to build a 150-unit apartment complex along Dickinson Avenue, the need for housing was a hot topic for candidates in Tuesday’s Greenville City Council races.
Pitt Community College held spring commencement on Tuesday, celebrating the achievements of the Class of 2022 along with family, friends and supporters.
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The East Carolina baseball team’s relentless march through the American Athletic Conference continued on Sunday with a 6-2 win over South Florida.
Joey Berini doesn’t want to play any guessing games and he sure doesn’t like to wait.
Yet another strong year for the girls’ basketball team was the highlight of the girls’ winter sports season at South Central.
The last decade has seen several strong seasons on the hardwood for South Central’s boys’ basketball team, and this past winter was no different.
C.J. Mayhue has provided East Carolina with much-needed stability in the starting rotation, and the offense hasn’t stopped pounding the baseball.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released its brackets for the playoffs in all four classifications Friday.
With Father’s Day coming up, I just wanted to say BYH to the daddies who pay college tuition. If you paid a chunk of your net worth to have a college teach your kid how to think, you probably got a bargain. If the college taught your kid what to think, well, never mind.
New York Mayor Eric Adams is a rising power in the Democratic Party. A former police captain, Adams is the answer to the prayers of Democrats who have almost given up praying for a politics they can sell nationally.
We Americans have long grappled with a basic legal and philosophical problem: how to reconcile the fundamental right of individuals to live full and independent lives with the right of society to limit those freedoms in the interest of the general health and welfare.
Think about it this way: If Justice Samuel Alito gets his way and the Trumpist Supreme Court majority voids Roe v. Wade, many states will be forced to begin criminal investigations of women who suffer miscarriages. Don’t give me that crying act, sweetheart. In this state, abortion is murder.
One of the mysteries of the Hunter Biden matter is how the president’s son, with no obvious sources of income, manages to maintain a grand lifestyle. For the last year or so, he has been living in a $20,000-a-month rental house in Malibu, California. (The taxpayers are footing the bill for t…
The planet and its national and international institutions are not even close to facing the realities that confront us. Instead, we live in a fantasy la-la land, or what Greta Thunberg might call blah-blah land. No one is more insanely deluded than Vladimir Putin, who launched a horrific and…
Emery Davis summarized the character of his friend and adventure accomplice succinctly: “Charles Alford was never just about Charles Alford.”
Hey BooBoo, keep an eye on your picnic baskets. The N.C Wildlife Resources Commission has reported seeing a spike in black bear reports this spring.
An evil, ruthless tyrant invades a smaller country to slaughter citizens and extinguish their identity. The oppressing army is larger and better equipped. But the bravely led, incredibly courageous freedom fighters are defending their homeland, their families. The dictator’s soldiers fight f…
The Service League of Greenville has pledged a $2 million endowment to sustain programs and services within ECU Health Medical Center. This matches the organization’s gift to the Vidant Cancer Center capital campaign in 2015.
D.H. Conley High School students recently received honors at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.