After a long year in which COVID-19 restrictions often kept people apart, communities and organizations are making plans to come together for the holiday season. Here's a list of what's happening
Plumbing and infrastructure issues continue to cause discord at a Greenville student housing complex.
The family of a Greenville mother who was shot and killed in a 2018 drive-by shooting said that they were grateful after George Knight, 31, was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Friday.
Pieces of the past picked up by a Pitt County man over 50 years of travel are up for bid to help a family manage the enormous size of his collection.
Pitt County State Rep. Kandie Smith is the latest candidate to announce she will seek a new office just ahead of filing for the March 8 primary for the 2022 election.
In all the magic of Christmas, a visit with Santa tops the list for 11-year-old Jax Burk.
A Greenville woman was arrested for driving while impaired after she drove past the scene of a wreck she allegedly caused.
The Greenville City Council on Monday is set to consider action on $2.8 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding, a small portion of $24 million total to be spent.
HERTFORD — Retired Superior Court Judge J.C. Cole took the oath of office as a member of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission in the courtroom that now bears his name.
A 39-year-old Robersonville man was found guilty of child abuse in the 2019 injury of a 20-month-old child, the Pitt County District Attorney's Office announced Friday.
Play was stopped when the basketball was wedged between the rim and backboard after a missed 3-pointer from Gardner-Webb. Ludgy Debaut to the rescue.
Kim McNeill is searching for more energy.
Holton Ahlers is coming back.
J.H. Rose will make its first state title game since 2015 in a season where it started the year 0-3 and now sits at 11-4.
East Carolina and football coach Mike Houston on Thursday announced a contract extension which would retain Houston through 2026.
Some of them sped up at the end, some were in cruise control the whole way and some got left in the dust.
On Nov. 21, longtime safe streets advocate Steven Hardy-Braz of Farmville was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on a road in Belhaven. The distracted driver did not see Steven and drove directly into the back of Steven’s bicycle, seriously injuring him. Steven remains in recovery today.
In rebuttal to the letter on Nov. 27 by the social work students at East Carolina University who rambled on about our police officers lacking self-awareness and are not culturally competent:
Did you know that 63 percent of Americans aged 18-39 were not aware that 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust according to a recent study?
In 1986, The New York Times announced it would begin using the honorific “Ms.”
Two tiresome realities about being president of the United States: First, everybody blames you for things over which you have little or no control, such as the worldwide price of oil and international shipping schedules. Should there be too few electronic geegaws on store shelves to pacify A…
The 2020 Democratic presidential primary campaign was essentially a bidding war in which each candidate pledged to spend trillions of dollars beyond what is needed to run the country, ostensibly to rebuild the nation after the coronavirus pandemic. Candidate Joe Biden won the contest and has…
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