A 72-year-old Grimesland man has been arrested for crimes related to a minor, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported.
Due to COVID-19’s impact on operations, the county’s public school district is projecting $2.5 million in savings, money which will be used to fund capital needs, officials said.
Sunny skies and pleasant conditions are expected to set the stage for tonight's Concert on the Common featuring Night Years, an oldies, classic hits and Top 40 band from Raleigh.
It was standing room only at Hollywood Crossroads Wednesday night, except for those who arrived early or brought folding chairs to watch a longstanding baseball rivalry take on an extra dose of significance.
The East Carolina University Board of Trustees on Wednesday took action to integrate the Brody School of Medicine with Vidant Health and create a new health system brand.
The role C.M. Eppes High School played in Greenville was remembered Wednesday when city leaders and community members gathered to break ground on the new city swimming pool and Eppes Recreation Center renovation project.
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The state Senate budget includes funding for a new ECU medical school and several other Pitt County programs, but Rep. Kandie Smith said what is left out is disappointing.
A Greenville man has been arrested on charges of rape, assault and other crimes related to a teenage girl.
The Winterville Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating suspects who stole a trailer and four-wheelers early Monday.
Nobody has better insight than longtime D.H. Conley coach Jason Mills on what kind of J.H. Rose team Cox Mill will face in the 3A high school baseball state championship.
Multiple reports surfaced Thursday evening that LSU is hiring Arizona's Jay Johnson as the Tigers' next coach.
** 3A state championship schedule -- J.H. Rose vs. Cox Mill, J.P. Riddle Stadium in Fayetteville
Ginger Evans, a senior tennis player at J.H. Rose, qualified for the state 3A tournament by winning her first two singles matches in last week’s East Regional event at N.C. Wesleyan.
J.H. Rose and D.H. Conley played their third rivalry matchup of the season in front of 1,284 fans Wednesday and Rose won 5-0 to advance to the Class 3A baseball state championship.
RE/MAX broke a 4-4 tie with three big runs in the top of the sixth inning to capture the opening game of the Greenville Little Leagues City Championship series, 7-5 over Host Lions Club on Wednesday night in Stallings Stadium at Elm Street Park.
BYH ECU Parking and Transportation. Denying people the ability to back into parking spaces will increase accidents. Now people parking beside larger vehicles will have to pray people speeding through the parking lot let them back out without running into them.
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For over a year the pandemic has kept us from gathering and sitting down together for a big family-style meal. The simple act of sitting at a table and sharing food took away a valued part of mealtime. Now, with restrictions ease, we can get back to our shared food roots. What better way to …
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