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A program that combines telemedicine, telepsychiatry and nutrition support is increasing access to health care for mothers and improving health outcomes for their babies.
Former NFL star Tim Tebow, who retired from professional baseball earlier this year, began with a sports story Monday as he spoke at a fundraiser to support people with autism. But he told a Greenville audience that athletics don’t matter that much.
The opening of a second early voting site in Pitt County produced a big jump in the turnout for this year’s municipal elections.
Details are scarce in the Thursday arrest of a man by federal agents on gun charges.
A break-in at a Grifton home led to the theft of $1,100 in tools, according to law enforcement officials.
A victim of a man accused of attacking two people with a machete in 2019 took the stand on Monday in Pitt County Superior Court.
Proposals for redrawing North Carolina’s congressional, state House and state Senate maps are on the General Assembly’s website, giving the public time to review before two days of public hearings beginning Monday.
PCS names new district testing coordinator
The following deeds were recorded with the Pitt County Register of Deeds from Aug. 26-Sept. 1. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (No fee required.)
ROCKY MOUNT – A South Central singles player and a J.H. Rose doubles team qualified for the Class 3A state tennis tournament.
J.H. Rose and D.H. Conley advanced with sweeps while Ayden-Grifton needed four sets to move on during the state volleyball playoffs Saturday.
A pair of goals in the final 22 minutes helped the East Carolina soccer team stun No. 23 Memphis 2-1 on Sunday afternoon in Johnson Stadium.
East Carolina waged another valiant battle on Saturday night against another favored American Athletic Conference opponent and fell just short.
The East Carolina football team did not even have the luxury of the traditional 24-hour rule to move past its loss at Houston.
East Carolina tight end Ryan Jones lost the handle on the football late Saturday night, and the Pirates saw another close game slip away.
Why must Ayden have a “Main Street?” As best I can tell, Greenville has major streets: Fifth, Evans, Arlington, Memorial and Greenville Boulevard but no “Main Street.” Kinston’s main drags are Queen Street and Vernon Avenue. Why should Ayden have a compulsory “Main Street” instead of Third S…
I am writing in response to your article titled “Spreading JOY, saving lives: soup kitchen staff receives medical training,” published in your newspaper on Oct. 16.
North Carolina lawmakers are reportedly considering some form of Medicaid expansion as part of a final budget deal with Gov. Roy Cooper that would also bring tax cuts and other free-market policy gains on key issues.
With winter fast approaching, Europe finds itself in an energy crisis — and reliant on the tender mercies of Russian strongman Vladimir Putin. It’s a self-induced disaster years in the making.
Now about this new conference ECU finds itself in? Do we still fly the "Power Six" flag? How about a flag that reads, "Best team not invited to the Big Dance?" Let's keep our swagger even though our team has been staggering for the past six seasons. How about a flag stating "Peach Bowl Champ…
BYH to folks talking about socialism. Current policies that allow companies not to pay employees a living wage or give them health benefits and retirement create the need for socialist programs. Keep voting for people that keep rewarding the rich. You will keep being taxed for socialist programs.
With his long white hair blowing, shiny black fiddle wedged under a cottony beard, and bow poised like a wand ready to cast his spell, Michael Kinzie is larger-than-life.
Some journeys are for supercontinents. Some are for superheroes.
It happened a year ago, but it still haunts me.
East Carolina University’s dance students will return to live performances this weekend for the first time in two years with Dance @ Wright.
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