At least three more Pitt County residents have died from COVID-19 and another outbreak is being reported at a county residential care facility, the fourth since July 31.
The Greenville City Council met virtually Thursday and approved steps to develop a hotel and apartments near Dickinson Avenue while a small group gathered in person outside of City Hall to protest the action.
Pitt County Department of Social Services exceeded its child support collections goal by 1.36 percent in fiscal year 2019-20, according to a news release.
Pregnant women in North Carolina’s rural communities increasingly face a lack of access to quality maternal health services.
New COVID-19 outbreaks have been reported at three Greenville-area care facilities, bringing the total number of active outbreaks at local congregant living settings to five.
WINDSOR — Volunteers in neon-orange and blaze-yellow T-shirts dotted the ransacked landscape in Bertie County like beacons of hope in a community devastated by an EF-3 tornado.
Washington Mayor Mac Hodges died Wednesday after contracting COVID-19 in July, according to a social media update posted by his daughter.
A dozen East Carolina University students are quarantined in off-campus housing and at least 14 others have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 2, the university reported Wednesday.
The only interception during East Carolina football's scrimmage Friday was thrown by Holton Ahlers, but even on that play there was a positive.
(AP) — The NCAA called off fall championship events — a move Thursday that does not affect major college football — because not enough schools will be competing in sports such as men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball during the first semester.
GREENSBORO — Harold Varner III, Tom Hoge and Roger Sloan each shot 8-under 62 on Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Wyndham Championship, the PGA Tour’s final regular-season event before the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Creativity and promotions have always been part of minor league baseball.
In a summer of twists and turns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, an unorthodox but nonetheless welcome edition of the Greenville Little Leagues city championship began on Thursday night at Elm Street Park.
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On or about July 24, I wrote a letter to the editor concerning defunding law enforcement, which seems to be a trend gaining momentum. I was once told by Ms. Carol, “Be careful what you ask for,” which has come back to me many times over the years and seems applicable in America today.
North Carolina’s state and local governments will likely overspend their projected revenue this year by billions of dollars. So far, few public officials seem panicked about the prospect.
Four million North Carolinians have not filled out the 2020 census. That’s not good news for a number of reasons.
BYH to the Winterville storm cleanup crew. When you got to my corner, you did an outstanding job. Thank you.
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