The family of a North Pitt High School student said their daughter suffered a minor concussion after she was shoved by a school resource officer breaking up a fight between the girl and other students.
Paranormal Cirque is bringing its combined theater, circus and cabaret show to mature audiences this week under its white and black big top tent at Greenville Mall.
The Low-Income Energy Assistance Program administered by the Pitt County Department of Social Services will begin its 2022-23 season on Thursday.
The Greenville Police Department announced Monday night it had arrested a suspect in the Black Friday shooting that wounded two men and scurried shoppers at Greenville Mall.
U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield told small business owners that their tax dollars pay for programs they should embrace during what could be the 18-year congressman’s last official appearance in Pitt County on Monday.
The days after Thanksgiving not only signal the beginning of holiday shopping but also serve as an opening for a season of sharing. Between today’s Giving Tuesday and Friday’s Greenville Gives, there are a wealth of opportunities for contributing to charity.
Festival of Trees: The Family Support Network of Eastern N.C. will host the 27th annual Festival of Trees from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through Dec. 23 at the Greenville Convention Center, 303 S.W. Greenville Blvd. There is no admission charge. The event features a variety of holiday-themed trees, sponsored by various local individuals, businesses, and church and civic organizations. Visit fsnenc.org.
The Greenville Police Department announced Monday night it had arrested a man suspected of shooting two people after an altercation at the Greenville Mall on Friday.
Repairs to the Mozingo Road bridge over I-587 will affect westbound motorists traveling overnight until Saturday, the N.C. Department of Transportation reported.
No injuries were reported in the Friday assault of Pitt County Detention Center officers by a man charged with an October death.
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BYH to the falsely entitled who constantly use the fire lane at every Food Lion in Pitt County. Store managers, grow a set and put a stop to it or remove the fire lane and paint regular parking stripes.
Have you ever encountered a klansman at the grocery store? I have. I instantly recognized him as a member of the Ku Klux Klan because I’d seen him speak (sans hood) at a Klan rally (I was one of the protesters, not one of the klansmen) and on local TV repping the organization.
A rising force in state politics, Carolina Forward — a center-left policy organization to which I am also a contributor — held a recent post-election discussion forum that yielded provocative insights about the state of North Carolina’s political field. If I could distill a single message fr…
BYH: To all who support "Toys for Tots." There are enough dollar stores around where everyone can afford a toy for their own children's Christmas. Only a few special groups benefit from "Toys for Tots." It is time to force others to buy for their own, and stop asking for handouts, and asking…
When it comes to a dessert, a baked upside-down anything is a winner — even when it’s a mistake. A tarte Tatin is a classic French upside-down fruit tart, traditionally made with apples. It’s named for the Tatin sisters, who created the upside-down caramelized tart, purportedly by accident, …
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s 21st annual Christmas Homes Tour to benefit Community Crossroads Center will feature five homes including a sorority house decorated for the holidays.
We had the Mississippi River to ourselves — at least for a little while a few weeks ago.
Thanksgiving weekend generally marks the green light for Christmas music like Labor Day is the red light to white shoes. Or does it?
A footprint is a temporary legacy of dust and pressure.