The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office has released details in a Jan. 1 shooting, saying that a 38-year-old man was shot after breaking into an ex-girlfriend’s Grimesland residence.
Business and community leaders are celebrating the start of a new downtown hotel project they said builds on ties with ECU and will be transformational for Greenville.
An arrest has been made in a Friday domestic incident on Tyson Street in Greenvile and an investigation is underway to determine whether a woman acted in self-defense by stabbing the man accused of beating her.
RALEIGH — North Carolina nonprofit hospitals too often are billing poor people for medical care when they should write the expenses off as a result of their tax-exempt status, according to a report released Wednesday by the state treasurer’s office.
Several blood drives are coming up in the Greenville area to help meet an ongoing critical need that officials said could negatively impact patients in hospitals.
Greenville received the best audit opinion that can be issued, the city’s finance director said, even though it had to be amended because of how state money for street maintenance was entered.
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A list of Pitt County Schools being considered for open enrollment remains largely unchanged in the last three years.
Charges in Jan. 1 shooting death of a man in Grimesland will have to be decided by the Pitt County District Attorney’s Office, the sheriff’s office said.
Pitt County Schools’ employees will receive a share of nearly $7 million in bonus pay this month, a school official said Monday.
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BYH. I’m surely wishing that mail service was as good as it used to be. It is as sorry as I have ever seen it. I would like it to return to like 40 years ago.
When I was a fourth-grader in the segregated schools of Alabama, I was taught history from a textbook called “Know Alabama.” The book was written by a man named Frank Owsley, and it glorified slavery, deified Confederates and defended the Ku Klux Klan.
Well, we had one of our occasional “Snow-mageddon” events here in central South Carolina last weekend. Hoo-boy, 2 inches in my backyard.
As noted, I view January as bowl-food month. Therefore, I shall close out the month with an ambitious stew. I won’t lie — it’s a bit of a project. But hey, since many of us are homebound and hunkering down, why not roll up our sleeves and have some fun with this recipe?
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I was kicked off Facebook. You may be asking, what in the world did Calvin do to get kicked off social media? Here’s my story, with its twists and turns, and a lesson or two.