Survivors of domestic violence must let those suffering from abuse know that they are not alone, and speaking out can do wonders in helping break free from a vicious cycle that can impact generations, a survivor said Thursday.
For years, Charlotte Ward has admired the changing colors of the light tower at ECU Health’s Maynard Children’s Hospital.
Recent test scores show student achievement has begun to rebound following the coronavirus pandemic, Pitt County Schools reported this week.
Faith & Blue: Interfaith Clergy, the Greenville Police Department and Pitt County Sheriff’s Office will host the Faith & Blue event from 11 a.m.-noon today at New Dimension Community Church, 1700 W. Sixth St. Visit www.faithandblue.org.
A study by Duke University students partnering with a City of Greenville commission recommends the city take more action to reduce carbon emissions.
Attorneys will inspect an apartment where a woman was allegedly killed by her husband in May following a judge's approval in Pitt County Superior Court on Thursday.
People can now enjoy the glory of fall with a late-day stroll through Greenville’s central business area, a cocktail or cup of beer in hand.
FRANKFURT, Germany — The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries decided Wednesday to sharply cut production to prop up sagging oil prices, a move analysts said could deal the struggling global economy another blow and raise pump prices for U.S. drivers just ahead of key national elections.
A 20-apartment complex for youths exiting the foster care system is expected to open next fall, but officials said the project will need to seek additional funding on top of $2 million already granted from federal funds.
Oct. 20 marks the start of early voting across the state for a slate of federal, state and local offices, and two events are upcoming where voters can hear from candidates.
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With just four weeks remaining in the high school football regular season, a quartet of pivotal conference games are on tap for Friday night.
D.H. Conley came into Thursday’s boys’ soccer matchup at crosstown foe J.H. Rose undefeated in Big Carolina 3A/4A Conference play.
The East Carolina football team faces a tough road test on Saturday when it travels to New Orleans to play Tulane at Yulman Stadium.
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East Carolina hits the road for its third American Athletic Conference game of the season, this one at Tulane. This is the second of a two-game road trip, before the Pirates return to Greenville for a pair of home games.
BYH to the ECU bandwagon. The football team beat a team that I believe J.H. Rose could hang with and you’re settling for that win. That’s the problem with the football team every year — no higher standard, only mediocrity, year in and year out. It’s the definition of insanity.
While to some it may seem the stunt Gov. DeSantis of Florida engaged in by sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard made an important point about rich people being insulated from the horrors of the destitute, it is never, ever moral to use people as pawns. This is exploitation, a sin. As a Roma…
Sometimes simple explanations aren’t enough. That’s certainly the case with a North Carolina lawsuit the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider. The case, Moore v. Harper, is asking the high court to affirm that the North Carolina legislature has absolute and irrefutable power for passing…
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his political activist wife, Ginni, are a high-profile Washington conservative power couple.
Political advertisements, most of the time, should not be taken at face value. They habitually omit important context and contain truths that have been watered down into lies. And, in some cases, they simply invent things out of thin air.
Wake up Greenville! The N.C. Department of Transportation has started “Operation Crash Reduction” to crack down on speeders in the state. Does information like this even reach our city government or do they just ignore it? I think we all know the answer. Give us candidates in the next electi…
You’ve probably heard some version of the urban legend: A young boy gets a baby alligator for his birthday and flushes it down the toilet, not knowing what else to do about it. Years later, as the story goes, that same boy reaches into a sewer grate for a lost baseball and his arm is ripped …
It’s a message young people in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hear early and often: You should get married, because marriage is wonderful and family life is at the heart of the faith.
This past week we attended the memorial for my husband Peter’s oldest sister, Shelley.
Dickinson After Dark: Uptown Greenville, PiCASO and Dickinson Avenue After Dark will hold the DAAD beer festival from 7-10 p.m. today on Eighth Street between Dickinson Avenue and Washington Street. The event showcases breweries, cideries and wineries east of I-95 plus food trucks, cupcakes and other tasty treats as well as live entertainment.
Most people in North Carolina, if asked politely, would probably not be able to tell you the name of a field botanist in their area.
Once you decide to bring a dog into your life, where do you go to find one? A commonly asked question for people seeking a new pet is how and where to find a specific breed. The American Kennel Club recommends the following tips for safely purchasing a new dog and finding a breeder. Do your homework. The best way to figure out which breed works for your lifestyle is to do your research. It’s ...