WINTERVILLE — Pitt Community College Trustees presented a Distinguished Service Award to retiring board member Charles Long at their Tuesday meeting.
While preparation of Pitt County’s fiscal year 2020-21 budget starts Monday, two commissioners want their colleagues to adopt separate resolutions, one advocating for a quicker reopening and another for face coverings in public.
For many teachers, packing up their classrooms to prepare for summer break has always been bittersweet. It means saying goodbye to another group of students who spent the better part of nine months with them.
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A Greenville man was charged with driving while impaired after passing out behind the wheel on May 22, according to court and law enforcement records.
Jake Agnos oozed upperclassman confidence, plus anger, as he took the pitcher’s mound against rival N.C. State during the NCAA Greenville Regional a year ago.
Kyle Roller is second all-time in East Carolina baseball home runs with 51. He ranks first in career hit by pitches, and is third in RBIs.
When she launched into her 10th book, local author Bethany Bradsher wanted to be as close to the action as humanly possible.
Ryan Jones might not be in many pictures of East Carolina’s baseball team celebrating its 2001 NCAA regional championship, the first in school history, but record books prove his existence and importance.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Today would have been the start of the NCAA baseball tournament. East Carolina served as a regional host each of the last two seasons and has won five regional championships in its history. Stories this weekend and next weekend in The Daily Reflector will relive various ECU po…
Regional foes East Carolina and Old Dominion are set for six more football games — three at home for each team — during a span of 2022-2031, according to a joint announcement by the schools Wednesday.
Racism and health care may seem like unrelated matters that are no more than issues on political pundits’ lists of debate topics. However, systemic racism has an impact on health care outcomes for communities of color in the United States. As an African American woman, I am keenly aware of h…
BMH. The first few days of the quarantine my husband just stared through the window. After a week, I finally let him come inside.
The nation’s pandemic problem is also becoming a math problem.
Joe Biden is a mediocre presidential candidate, and every Democrat knows it. He never would have won the nomination if a stronger, younger opponent had emerged from the selection process. And as his recent disastrous appearance on a popular black radio show demonstrates, he might be better o…
As a cycling instructor certified by the League of American Bicyclists, founder of the annual bike/walk state summit, and passionate local cycling advocate, I am thrilled to see a strong surge in interest in cycling recently. I am thankful to both Mayor Connelly and Gov. Cooper for recognizi…
Practice social distancing, health leaders here and in Washington tell us. Keep 6 feet apart. Wash hands frequently. Wear a mask in public.
Local homeschool graduates include:
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I’d go for the crab dip with pita wedges first, but the “blackened scallops with a balsamic reduction drizzle, served over grits” calls to me too. But who am I kidding? For me, as mouth-watering as it all looks, the food plays second-fiddle to the music. And finally, we can enjoy both again.
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