The Greenville Police Department responded to an armed robbery on early Thursday morning.
Pitt County’s Health Director this week urged people to continue to take caution at gatherings as the U.S. surpassed 200,000 deaths related related to COVID-19.
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ECU Physicians will begin holding a drive-through flu vaccination clinic today in hopes to keep flu cases low while the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
About 200 women, and a lot of men, gathered at the Greenville Convention Center on Wednesday to hear from Lara Trump why women should support her father-in-law’s bid for a second term as U.S. president.
A 20-year-old man was shot and later died after an incident at a student housing complex off of 10th Street, the Greenville Police Department reported Wednesday.
Since the beginning of the pandemic we have identified many new groups of heroes. People who work on the front lines, health care workers, grocery, general retail and many others (too many to list here) are exposed for many hours per day. Gov. Roy Cooper is campaigning for reelection, and on…
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As the College of Nursing celebrates 60 years of educating nurses to serve the state of North Carolina and beyond, the National League for Nursing has designated it a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education for a fourth time.
Pitt County Schools employees, including bus drivers and cafeteria workers, could receive a bonus next month under a provision being considered by the school board.
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It’s excusable to be wrong in #2020, especially with any kind of prediction in sports.
East Carolina’s football team counted down from months to weeks to days.
East Carolina begins its season against No. 13 UCF. The Pirates are underdogs of nearly 30 points and will be looking to pull an upset on an ABC national broadcast.
It can be difficult to find normalcy this year in sports.
Blake Harrell has looked at some of the offensive stats boasted on UCF’s game notes. He is aware of the Knights’ speed and wide-ranging abilities when they have the ball.
In most professions, the more education you receive the greater your expertise. The reverse appears true in the field of education, where additional years of schooling and advanced degrees increase the likelihood that you’ll become part of the problem rather than the solution — viewing every…
In response to editorial letter of Sept. 13 by Carl Worthington (Don’t ignore Woodward), I wish to point out some of Joe Biden’s flaws.
North Carolina is already the homeschooling capital of the United States. Now the attraction of this education option is soaring higher than ever — thanks not to the actions of its proponents but to the antics of its opponents.
Sure as autumn leaves turn color and fall is the inevitable political debate season now upon us. If you are old enough to remember the Kennedy-Nixon debates, you will recall the time when there was real substance to debates; they have evolved into made-for-television spectacles that are neit…
In this time of political tension, a little comic relief is welcome.
I would like to take this opportunity to respond to a letter by Dewey Funkhouser which appeared on Sept. 10. He claimed that Republicans spread lies about liberals: and his primary example was the “lie” that liberals want to take away our guns.
My doctor said there’s something unusual about my pulse. I asked him what, but he couldn’t put his finger on it.
When we started feeding our twin daughters in highchairs, I would occasionally sample their Gerber fare with the same spoon I was using to shove it into their little baby-bird mouths. I’d done the same with their older sister to no apparent detriment.
It was one of those happy social media pictures, only this time, the pregnant mother was celebrating with her nine children.
The autumn season is here and bringing with it cooler temperatures, shorter days and pumpkin spice everything! The start of fall coincides with Falls Prevention Awareness Week, a promotion dedicated to reminding community members to be aware of the risks for falls and how they can be prevented.
It’s officially the end of summer. A change of seasons is always a good time to switch gears and do a little cleaning — consider it a spring clean, but in the fall — and nothing too taxing, mind you; we’re all under a little stress these days. A simple project will feel like an accomplishmen…
A former patient of mine said I should make this suggestion as my COVID tip for the week. “If you are gaining weight, make sure you ‘social distance’ yourself from your refrigerator.”
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