Greenville Utilities Commission is relocating a natural gas main attached to the northbound Memorial Drive bridge.
A Greenville woman has been arrested on a charge that she seriously injured her girlfriend with a butcher’s knife.
After a century of life, Celie Porter continues to do what she loves and is known for most — reciting poetry.
A blood drive on East Carolina University’s campus aimed for a realistic goal Wednesday following the worst week of giving nationally since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
A suspect who fled from sheriff’s deputies in Grimesland turned out to be a former police officer.
A fire that displaced students at an East Carolina University residence hall Friday was caused by improper use of smoking material, authorities said.
Greenville Utilities Board of Commissioners approved a preliminary budget that reversed a planned water rate increase at its Thursday meeting.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Rural Utilities Service (RUS) agency announced June 4 as the deadline to submit applications for the Distance Learning and Telemedicine (DLT) Grant Program, which benefits rural areas with populations of 20,000 or less.
GREENVILLE – The harsh reality of having two undefeated teams meet in the first round of the state playoffs is one will continue on and one’s season will end.
East Carolina Aquatics hosted the Waves of Wilmington in the 2021 East Coast Swim League Championships held at Minges Natatorium in Greenville on March 26-28.
A group working to establish an African American cultural trail in Greenville is making progress toward a soft launch in June.
Sorting out the Atlantic Coast Conference in baseball, which is rooted in North Carolina teams, is difficult.
After watching the now-graduated quarterback Nick Hamilton lead the D.H. Conley football team to a conference championship in 2019, junior Bryce Jackson had some big shoes to fill in his first season as the starter this year.
Juan Powell was a true freshman starter in the East Carolina football secondary for the final game of the 2019 season, and he might be a starter for this year’s opener Sept. 2 versus Appalachian State, but he definitely will still be a freshman.
Virginia just became the first state in the South to abolish the death penalty, significant because Virginia was the first colony to execute someone in 1608 and second only to Texas in the total number of executions.
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas raised ire from conservatives for vetoing legislation passed by the Arkansas state legislature that would have banned “gender-affirming” medical treatment for transgender minors.
It would be understandable if some wished that we could return to stricter sequestration. Not only because we’d be safer from the risk of COVID, but because, especially at this time last year, several societal problems seemed blessedly diminished — including gun violence.
Somebody once called me fat and lazy. If this person would quit smoking, maybe they would gain some weight. Wake up America, smoking kills you. It should be a thing of the past since the surgeon general told us that in 1964!
Bless my heart, it’s been such a joy to be at home all day for the last several months, it gave us a chance to catch up with all the things I’ve done wrong these last 30 years.
Members and friends of Phillippi Missionary Baptist Church in Simpson last weekend honored Pastor Barry Keith Berryhill Sr. on his pastoral anniversary with a two-day celebration for five spiritually productive years.
The Share the Bounty Food Pantry in Simpson recently used grant funding to purchase and distribute 150 heads of cabbage for its Easter food distribution.
“An examination of (orchids’) many beautiful contrivances will exalt the whole vegetable kingdom in most persons’ estimation.”
BURGAW — In keeping with the Governor’s Executive Order on Mass Gatherings, the NC Blueberry Festival Association announced that the 2021 NC Blueberry Festival will be canceled. “This decision is very difficult to make, but we do it to keep our vendors, volunteers, and visitors safe,” said P…
Catholic leaders often whisper about “Christmas and Easter Catholics”: people whose names are found on parish membership rolls, but who are rarely seen in the pews — except during crowded Christmas and Easter rites.
Breakfast for many is the most important meal, a chance to fill up with delicious food to get through the day. Villa Verde Dos, located at 2247 W. Arlington Blvd. next to Vidant Medical Center, is Greenville’s newest morning filling station. We all know and love Villa Verde for lunch or dinn…
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