Washington Mayor Mac Hodges died Wednesday after contracting COVID-19 in July, according to a social media update posted by his daughter.
A dozen East Carolina University students are quarantined in off-campus housing and at least 14 others have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 2, the university reported Wednesday.
A man with gun chased a group of people walking in the area of Cotanche Street in downtown Greenville about 1 a.m. on Wednesday, according to an East Carolina University alert.
A new purple and gold fire truck will help Greenville Fire-Rescue show its true colors for years to come now that the department replaced a 2006 model that was the first to celebrate ties with East Carolina University.
Summer is nearing an end, but a Vidant Health expert said this week that residents must keep their guard up because even a little heat can be deadly.
A monument dedicated Tuesday to a black church and a neighborhood erased from Greenville’s landscape serves as a reminder of the city’s past and represents a new beginning for its present, participants in the ceremony said.
One student housing complex is facing a state fire code violation, while complaints about sanitary conditions at another continue to mount, a Greenville officials said.
Complaints about soiled carpets and dead bugs led code enforcement officials to discover rusty metal steps needing repair and balcony decks with rotting boards and damaged railing while inspecting three student housing complexes on Monday.
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Spring football in North Carolina.
FARMVILLE — The Farmville Central High School family lost a legend last Friday with the passing of former standout athlete and coach Ronald Reid.
A sign the American Athletic Conference is still hoping to stage football games this year was present in Greenville on Tuesday.
East Carolina’s football team did not hold an official practice Monday, in conjunction with the first day of fall semester classes on campus, as speculation and uncertainty picked up significantly for all conferences and teams about whether or not there will be a season.
Talented freshman Mason Garcia learned he was granted full eligibility by the NCAA late last week, only a few days before he was one of six quarterbacks to participate in ECU’s intrasquad scrimmage Saturday at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.
Phillip Boykin felt like a kid again as he ran around the bases last weekend in Tarboro’s Municipal Stadium for a triumphant end to the Carolina Virginia Collegiate League baseball season.
BYH, if you don’t understand what is wrong with a white male accepting a presidential nomination at Gettysburg, then you must be truly afraid of the fact that the more you know, the less you understand.
Recently I had problems with my catalytic converter and was told it was no longer a requirement for emission test and to drill holes in my exhaust pipe. I replaced it. The only thing that will not pass now are bad tires.
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Most people who call themselves Marxists know very little of Karl Marx’s life and have never read his three-volume “Das Kapital.” Volume I was published in 1867, the only volume published before Marx’s death in 1883. Volumes II and III were later edited and published in his name by his frien…
The COVID-19 pandemic shows how we dump society’s problems on public schools, but don’t give them enough money to meet those challenges.
To hobble the U.S. Postal Service under the guise of “treating it like a business” is to undermine public confidence in yet another vital American institution at exactly the time when confidence is most needed, as much of the nation prepares to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 election.
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Do black lives matter in a good, almost all-white neighborhood in Raleigh?
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