The City of Greenville has a curfew going in effect at 8 p.m. today, according to a news release.
Bless our hearts. It looks like the younger blacks in our community have abandoned the teachings and principles of MLK. So sad for us all.
A demonstration that began peacefully at the Greenville Town Common on Sunday turned destructive and at times violent over several hours downtown as protestors broke windows and police fired tear gas and marched in riot gear to contain and disburse them.
The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed May 7-13 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:
The following deeds of trust were recorded with the Pitt County Registrar of Deeds from May 7-13.
As football fields in Pitt County are being used this week and next week for high school graduation ceremonies, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association is still very much in evaluation mode in terms of football specifics for this fall.
College football coaching legend Pat Dye, who led East Carolina from 1974-79 with at least seven wins each year, died Monday.
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.
Another day in the United States, another unarmed black man dead following unwarranted, insupportable, outrageous police violence. When will it end?
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