The wife of a former Winterville Town Council member will not be taking his seat after the town attorney acknowledged an error in the original process and another candidate was selected.
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Three years and thousands of miles went into the first exhibition by a Greenville-based photographer that allows visitors to witness the stories of resilience, oppression and insurrection he captured in black and white.
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Mid-year changes in leadership at more than half a dozen Pitt County Schools have prompted comments from some parents who questioned why such moves were necessary. But yearlong principal vacancies at some private schools suggest that administrators are in short supply.
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Q I live in Boston, and the news here seems to be fixated on a brand-new COVID-19 variant. Omicron was all everyone talked about for a long time. Does this mean the new variant we are hearing about is worse? What are we supposed to do to protect ourselves?
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Which plant group displays the showiest, most flamboyant flowers? Sunflowers and daisies? Lilies, daffodils and amaryllis? Or maybe the iris family?