Tune in to ESPN on any given day and you’ll likely see a team whose uniforms are cleaned by a product made in Greenville.
Greenville Police Chief Mark Holtzman today announced his resignation from the Greenville Police Department after nearly seven years in the position.
Three weeks after the start of summer break, it was a little surprising to see Max spending the afternoon with his nose in a book. As W.H. Robinson Elementary School student Mackenzie Marshburn read aloud to him, the 2-year-old sat quietly without whining or scratching or chewing his leg.
As part of a grant-funded effort to address the lack of health information for migrant farmworkers and their families, staff in Laupus Health Sciences Library at East Carolina University are helping to expand and transform resources into accessible content for this eastern North Carolina pop…
WINTERVILLE — LatinxEd’s efforts to advance Latino leadership and student success in North Carolina brought representatives from the Chapel Hill-based non-profit to Pitt Community College Tuesday for a series of information-gathering sessions.
A man was charged with driving while impaired and other crimes after he was found in a vehicle with no lights parked on U.S. 264.
Give blood: The American Red Cross Donation Center, 700 Cromwell Drive, is open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday. Visit www.redcross.org or call 758-1140 or 1-800-733-2767 to make appointments at the center or at blood drives coming up at the following locations.
Pitt County authorities are investigating the theft of $1,000 in electronics from an Ayden home.
Check out these lucky dogs and their people at the Humane Society's first Fluff and Puff dog wash fundraiser of the season.
Greenville and Pitt County leaders joined officials with the Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority on Thursday to celebrate the construction of five hangars they said will help the economy grow.
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After pitching played a crucial role in determining the first four games of the District 4 9-11 Year Old championship series, the opening four innings of Friday night’s Game Five made it appear the decisive game would be no different.
The North State 9-11 Year Old All-Star team found itself on the brink heading into Thursday’s Game 4 against the Tar Heel All-Stars.
East Carolina baseball coach Cliff Godwin routinely said that his team was playing with house money as the Pirates entered the postseason. After all, it took some time for the Pirates to match the preseason Top-15 hype.
Adam Ulffers played his high school lacrosse at J.H. Rose and is set to take his play to the next level at Randolph College after signing his National Letter of Intent this past spring.
Malcolm Gray was promoted this week to assistant athletics director for media relations at East Carolina University, the school’s athletics director Jon Gilbert announced.
Brook Valley will play host to the annual Pirate Cup Golf Tournament on Sept. 3 with former East Carolina golf team member and current PGA professional Harold Varner III serving as host for the event.
The recovery of bald eagle populations during the last half-century is one of nature’s greatest conservation stories.
Nice move Supreme Court. Take away the responsibility for regulating dangerous carbon emissions from the scientific experts at the EPA and give them to legislators who get huge sums of cash from energy company lobbyists. This stupid move comes with climate disasters nipping at our heels.
I have a few items to write about today if for any other reason it is the anniversary weekend of the founding of our great nation.
On this Independence Day we might do well to reflect not only on that date in 1776 in Philadelphia but also on that date in 1863 in Gettysburg. There during July 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1863, occurred the largest battlefield carnage in our history. On July 4th the Northern and Southern armies face…
After the Supreme Court reversed the Roe decision and ended a national right to abortion, President Biden quickly seized the political opening. “This fall, Roe is on the ballot,” he insisted. “Voters need to make their voices heard.”
Just days after declaring pregnancy a sacrament, the Supreme Court announced a bold ruling in favor of performative Christianity. Never mind this tiresome business about no establishment of religion; the holy Republican majority in their priestly robes have liberated the nation’s public scho…
Oshonda B. Kelton of Greenville has been named Ms. Exquisite Full-Figured North Carolina 2022.
A Juneteenth celebration at the Eastern Carolina Village and Farm Museum helped lay the foundation for an oral history project with East Carolina University.
It’s funny how Amazon makes it possible to crush Christmas into tiny crumbs of hard candy that may be drizzled across the year like sprinkles on cupcakes. This gives us manageable amounts of anticipation instead of the crushing landslide-tsunami-collision of planets type of expectation that …
J.H. Rose High School has announced the following scholarship recipients from the Class of 2022:
I was packing for a recent trip to Mexico when I found the old tube of VO5.
A Greenville woman has turned her life challenges into a new book she hopes will help others to live in their truth while knowing that God loves them just as they are.