The City of Greenville needs to unify to improve economic opportunities and growth for the city and its citizens, said the founder of a Greenville nonprofit who announced her candidacy for mayor on Thursday.
A 58-acre tract off of 10th Street between Lowe’s Home Improvement and Pinewood Cemetery is teed up for a large multi-family development.
State legislators say data indicates that Pitt County could have two rather than three seats in the state House of Representative in 2022.
Consider it an early Halloween treat.
Sunny skies and fall temperatures will welcome ECU fans at Uptown Greenville’s Freeboot Friday starting at 5:30 p.m. today.
U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy has been recognized for his efforts to help veterans find treatment for brain injury and traumatic stress disorder.
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As cyclists persevered through rain and wind, traveling 54 miles from Smithfield to Greenville on Tuesday, the memory of emergency medical staff who died in a 1987 helicopter crash persevered with them.
Emotions welled up as renowned violinist and violist Ara Gregorian took the stage recently to perform for residents of a local retirement community.
Despite a bit of weather in the early morning, locals got to enjoy a wonderful day in the neighborhood touring three Greenville restaurants by trolley as part of the city’s Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week.
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After playing three straight games as the underdog and winning one of those contests, a new challenge awaits the East Carolina football team Saturday as the favorite versus a Football Championship Subdivision visitor to Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.
The East Carolina football team’s lone matchup against a Football Championship Subdivision opponent, Charleston Southern, is at 6 p.m. on Saturday in Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. The broadcast is on ESPN+.
Which is more impressive — a home win over Duke or a victory at Marshall?
Last week, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas arrived at the University of Notre Dame to speak about the Declaration of Independence.
Superior Court Judge David Lee has set a mid-October deadline for state lawmakers to comply with rulings in the decades-long Leandro school funding case. Those rulings require the legislature to fund public schools at a level that will provide every student the opportunity to receive a “soun…
Bless your heart to the local employer that is sending jobs to India but not telling other employees what is going on. Workers in the production area have no idea that clerical positions are leaving. They may be next.
Rachel Marsden’s column regularly presents misinformation and lack of insight. Is it meant to be satire? Are her ludicrous and unsupported assertions intended to be humorous in some way?
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 1.3 million North Carolinians have contracted the coronavirus and nearly 16,000 have died. To say that the pandemic has devastated our communities wouldn’t do justice to the suffering that’s been caused.
Frederic Whitehurst’s letter in the Aug. 31 Public Forum (Rep. Murphy should direct outrage into alternatives) shows he’s open-minded, wise and patriotic.
When my father bought the farm — before the proverbial one — about 45 years ago, the previous owners had done their best to modernize the century-old farmhouse. Determined to shed the city life, Dad immediately set about uprooting everything the young couple had worked so hard to establish.
Who doesn’t love the bright cheery yellows and purples of early spring-flowering daffodils, crocuses and hyacinths that promise winter is on its way out?
My grandmother used to faithfully watch televangelists on her flicking black-and-white TV. These televised preachers ranged from Jimmy Swaggart to John Hagee, Jerry Falwell to Billy James Hargis, Oral Roberts to Garner Ted Armstrong. She liked Pat Robertson’s 500 Club and Robert A. Schuller’…
Welcome to the first edition of Duplin Ag round up. Here we will cover a variety of agriculture-related topics to keep you abreast of upcoming events, deadlines, and provide informational resources as we round up the latest agricultural headlines.
KINSTON — An educator who brought decades of experience to Lenoir County Public Schools four years ago as a middle school math guru has joined the ranks of the state’s most elite teachers as a 2021 inductee into East Carolina University’s Educators Hall of Fame.
While debating heretics, early Christians used the Greek term “hypostasis” — meaning “substance” and “subsistence” — to help define their belief in the Incarnation of Jesus as one person, yet with divine and human natures.
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