GUC employees celebrate milestones
The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed March 22-26 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:
Law enforcement is looking for a suspect who pulled a gun and stole a purse from a person near Lewis Street near ECU's campus early Sunday.
So many college and professional athletes have said “My mom is my biggest cheerleader” that the phrase has become cliché. But coming from Bayleigh and Kaitlyn Glynn, it would be a fitting description.
The tenure of East Carolina University’s only black trustee was left in the hands of North Carolina’s legislative leaders last month when the UNC Board of Governors did not include him among its choices for ECU’s board.
No tax increases are recommended in Greenville’s proposed fiscal year 2021-22 budget, according to documents for the City Council’s 6 p.m. Monday virtual meeting.
When Jessie Drymon was an East Carolina University student, she tutored and learned at the Pirate Academic Success Center (PASC).
WINTERVILLE — For the second consecutive spring, the coronavirus pandemic will keep Pitt Community College from holding an in-person ceremony to celebrate its graduates.
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East Carolina's baseball team scored first and often against Tulane on Sunday, effectively taking over first place in the American Athletic Conference standings with a 9-1 victory at Clark-LeClair Stadium. It completed a 3-1 series win in a weekend full of various emotions for both teams.
There are countless anecdotes available to be told by current students in East Carolina athletic training education and even more by alumni of the distinguished program.
Pitt Greenville Soccer Association boys and girls travel soccer teams are forming for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 seasons.
J.H. Rose outlasted C.B. Aycock in girls’ tennis action on Thursday, 6-3.
East Carolina and Tulane have played three baseball games at Clark-LeClair Stadium this weekend. The fourth on Sunday will determine who holds first place in the American Athletic Conference.
Next week is when the NCAA will determine 20 possible NCAA regional baseball hosts, which will ultimately be trimmed to the 16 actual hosts before the full 64-team postseason bracket is announced May 31.
BYH and good-bye to sleep in Greenville. You cannot sleep, eat at a restaurant outside, or listen to music in your car without being bombarded by loud, probably illegal, muffler noise all over town. City Council, you want to do something that improves our lives at little cost? Give us some r…
While rural broadband deficits predated COVID-19, the pandemic has exploded the conversation surrounding what it means to access the internet in rural America.
Our nation is more divided now than at any time since the Civil War, which should remind us of President Abraham Lincoln’s speech at the dedication of the national cemetery at Gettysburg on Nov. 19, 1863.
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged each of us to recognize two important truths: that our own safety depends on the actions of others, and that our own choices impact those around us. Some populations, such as people living in prisons, are particularly vulnerable and rely heavily on others…
I was a guest clergy at St. James Episcopal Church in Belhaven during this Easter season where I asked a question of how the transforming miracles of the Bible might happen today. At its root, this is a question faced not only by Christians. Millions of people of many faiths wonder every day…
Even after Jan. 6, Facebook didn’t want to deal once and for all with President Donald Trump’s poisonous lies, so it punted, first by suspending him “indefinitely,” and then by asking its blue-ribbon Oversight Board to review the decision. On Wednesday, the Oversight Board punted back. Over …
This is the latest installment in an ongoing series about local musicians.
“You’re wasting hot water.”
Is black barbecue better than what whites prepare?
It is a well-known fact that we are allowed to chew out the people we care about. Most recently, this came to mind when I gave my old friend, Andrew, a serious tongue-lashing.
A pair of Arendell Parrott Academy students and a South Central High School student have their work hanging in high places after taking top honors in the 3rd Congressional District art competition.
Landon Morris of Farmville has achieved the rank Eagle Scout, the highest honor in Boy Scouting.
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