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The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed March 5-11 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:
The following deeds were recorded with the Pitt County Register of Deeds from March 5-11. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (No fee required.)
The following deeds of trust were recorded with the Pitt County Registrar of Deeds from March 5-11.
As Nikki Grabill read to her third-graders last week, she was no longer left to wonder if they were beginning to understand concepts such as quarantine and social distancing.
J.H. Rose High School baseball coach Ronald “RV” Vincent was born in Greenville in 1947 and has seen countless schedule changes in sports because of rain, snow and natural disasters.
East Carolina football players left for spring break early in March on the heels of what Pirate second-year coach Mike Houston described as a stellar offseason to that point in terms of player strength and other areas.
Editor's note: This story was written early in March and printed as part of The Daily Reflector's progress edition.
East Carolina baseball coach Cliff Godwin is planning on three seniors — pitchers Tyler Smith, Matt Bridges and Cam Colmore — to be seniors again next year, pending an NCAA ruling that would allow seniors, at least in spring sports, to be eligible for one more season.
Heading into the weekend of March 14, the Pitt Community College softball team was scorching hot.
East Carolina athletics director Jon Gilbert announced Thursday the contract of head volleyball coach Julie Torbett will not be renewed.
As the nation grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, people are looking for leadership. A few individuals stand out, and we’d like to give credit where credit is due.
The economic fallout associated with the novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc on our state. Some people have the luxury of working from home. Others (restaurant workers, hotel workers, and employees of small and large businesses) have been let go by employers, who have not seen times like the…
What in the world do college professors do in a quarantine? I feel sorry for the family as those lectures must be rather tiring.
Editor’s note: Pediatricians David N. Collier K. Drew Baker wrote the following letter for youngsters to about the pandemic to promote understanding and acceptance of key measures for prevention and to reduce anxiety.
The Chinese Wuhan flu virus and the Democratic party have done their best to crash the American economy. COVID-19 is causing major disruptions in how we live our lives and spend our money.
So this is what retirement feels like? Am enjoying sleeping in, but I think I’d rather go back to work. (Did I really just write that?)
Q DEAR HARRIETTE: I just went to the doctor and had to speak to an administrator. When our meeting was over, she reached out to give me a fist bump. I was so surprised, I wasn’t sure what to do. At least she wasn’t offering me her hand to shake — but seriously? She works at a health institut…
Q Dear Carolyn: So I have come to the sad conclusion that my aunt hates me, and there is nothing I can do about it. I went to live with my grandmother, her mom, after losing my parents. My grandmother is and has always been very good to me. Losing my dad was very hard for my grandmother, but…
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