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A radio fundraiser benefitting Pitt County Operation Santa Claus on Friday raised a record $53,375 to buy Christmas gifts for families in need.
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Coming off a road loss on Thursday that saw the fewest points of the season in what was an offensive struggle, the East Carolina women’s basketball team spent much of Friday’s practice working on shooting.
The East Carolina football team will play in the Birmingham Bowl against Coastal Carolina, bowl officials announced on Sunday.
D.H. Conley’s wrestling team is off to a strong start to its 2022-23 campaign.
The ball zipped from one side of the court to the other, into the paint and then back out to the perimeter. The East Carolina men’s basketball team put on a passing clinic and had the Campbell defense chasing on Friday night in Minges Coliseum.
FARMVILLE — South Central’s girls’ basketball team dominated on both ends of the court on its way to a 63-25 rout of Farmville Central on the road Thursday night.
Offense didn’t come easy on Thursday night for the East Carolina women’s basketball team, which failed to keep pace with George Mason in a 54-41 loss in Fairfax, Va.
The online version of Bless Your Heart on Monday included a comment that targeted the LGBTQ+ community in a threatening and hateful manner. The column was removed from reflector.com after many readers on Thursday complained. As the editor, it is my job to ensure such comments are not careles…
The U.S. soccer team seems to have captured part of the national imagination, again. We appear to have advanced in the World Cup, though I imagine most Americans do not understand how or why we have advanced. Succeeding is important to Americans and our team has managed to appear to be winne…
Golf Digest asks if Tiger would ever drive a cart on the PGA Tour. The short answer is “no.” Tiger is a great driver of the ball, but a car, not so much, BHH.
Good-bye, Dr. Fauci. You did your job while under attack from the worst sort of people.
For the next few weeks, Washington faces a brief, and important, window of opportunity. Suspended in time between an election that’s just over and another that’s already starting, the lame duck session of Congress has a critical question to answer.
Back when my wife and I moved to the country, many of our citified friends were alarmed. One well-meaning fellow even questioned if I’d be safe out in rural Perry County, Arkansas, given my political apostasy. (Trump won 75% of the 2020 vote there.)
I have a love-hate thing with science fiction movies.
Because my most recent column, just before Thanksgiving, was mostly about our cat, Jasper, our dog, Max, has demanded equal time. And in light of a recent revelation regarding the little guy’s lineage, I have to agree.
When Philip Gerard died Nov. 7 in Wilmington, North Carolina lost one of its most productive and multi-talented writers.
It’s an odd experience watching someone fold your underwear.