Substitute teachers and school bus staff members will get a raise under a plan approved by the Pitt County Board of Education on Monday.
Democrats converged in Greenville on Monday to kick off a statewide tour to demonstrate how President Joe Biden’s proposed $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill will benefit North Carolina and point the finger at Republicans they say are obstructing aid.
Virginia Scales was remembered as a champion for the homeless on Monday, with family and friends sharing memories of her work with the Community Crossroads Center in Greenville and her lasting impact on its continued expansion.
A bail bondsman was shot outside Greenville on Sunday afternoon while trying to revoke a bond, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported.
The J.H. Rose High School women's tennis team will hold the annual Liz Upton Ball Drop fundraiser from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday at the school's tennis courts, 600 W. Arlington Blvd.
Vidant Health hospitals have received several American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Get With The Guidelines achievement awards for their work in treating stroke, diabetes, cardiac arrest, heart attack and heart failure.
The N.C. Department of Labor recognized area employers and employees at the agency’s annual safety awards banquet held on Sept. 21 at the Greenville Country Club.
AgCarolina Farm Credit has announced that an employee donation of nearly 800 pounds of canned goods and non-perishable food items to be split between the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina in Raleigh and Greenville and the Food Bank of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City.
A smattering of New Bern football fans walked out of the stadium at J.H. Rose in shock Friday night.
The girls’ tennis team from J.H. Rose will hold its annual Ball Drop again this year after being forced to cancel last year.
From the outside, it can seem like the new freedom to transfer at will has created chaos in college basketball.
The Big Carolina 3A/4A Conference Tennis Tournament proved to be a success for the three Pitt County teams.
Week 10 of the high school football season features a pair of big games in the Big Carolina 3A/4A Conference and the Eastern Plains 2A Conference as teams begin jockeying for possible playoff position.
Wake Forest spent another week distancing itself from the pack, and not just the idle Wolfpack either.
BYH how much of our tax money has been wasted on commercials for vaccines? Unless you have been living in a cave in Afghanistan you know about the vaccine and that it is available. The commercials will not change any one's mind that has not gotten one. So the government is now resorting to u…
BYH, don't follow the crowd, the crowd is usually wrong!
Bless our hearts, we are going through so much these days. We have to hold on because better days are coming. Remember, sometimes good things fall apart so everything can fall together.
Col. David Hackworth wrote, “politicians only listened to these generals, and these generals only listened to themselves.” At the time of that writing, he was referencing the potential failures of the Vietnam War.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson saying controversial things could be a reality show. There’s easily enough content for multiple seasons. After all, his ascendency in North Carolina politics emerged from his confrontational speaking style. His mouth is what makes him so popular and disliked at the sam…
Elected officials lead us simply because of their positions — we have chosen them to do so. They lead by policy-making, they lead with the tone they set and the issues they choose to pursue.
Farmville is getting into the Halloween holiday spirit early this year with a Ghost Walk that begins next week.
It was a sign of the times in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Closed theaters with no movies to advertise got creative with their marquees, displaying phrases like, “Now Showing Nothing Starring Nobody,” “When Harry Met Sally on Zoom,” “The Chronicles of Corona” and “To Be Continued.”
What does all the hi-tech lighting up the dashboard of a new SUV have to do with God — or the devil?
He’s been called a drunken sailor.
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