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The state prison system, where seven prisoners in three facilities have now tested positive for the coronavirus, announced on Monday that it would begin a two-week moratorium on accepting new offenders from county jails starting today. Prison-to-prison transfers also will be limited severely.
A Pitt County resident died from complications related to COVID-19 over the weekend becoming the county’s first fatality from the virus, the health department reported.
A Pitt County resident died from complications related to COVID-19 over the weekend becoming the county's first fatality from the virus, the health department reported.
A man has been arrested on drug charges after a monthlong narcotics investigation.
East Carolina athletics director Jon Gilbert said during ECU Board of Trustees meetings last week that three Pirate student-athletes were allowed to stay in their residence halls, as part of nearly 100 total who are in Greenville and living off campus while sports are on hold amid the COVID-…
In-state college basketball recruit JaDun Michael tweeted Monday, “I’m staying home,” while making a verbal commitment to his hometown school Elon.
Somewhere, hidden away, are all of the unused North Carolina high school basketball state championship trophies.
It was difficult last preseason for East Carolina first-year women’s basketball coach Kim McNeill to envision the Pirates rolling to a 20-plus win season, but also to not reach double digits in victories.
Kids can go through phases with their appetites.
J.H. Rose sophomore Michael Allen already took an unofficial visit to Tennessee, checking out the Knoxville area and specifically the Volunteers’ facilities in football and baseball.
Every year, domesticated ducks appear at Lake Laupus on ECU’s medical campus in Greenville. The lake sits off Fifth Street and Moye Boulevard and is surrounded by a walking trail and gazebos. It is visited by hospital staff and students and the public. However, ECU does not care for these du…
Does North Carolina lock up too many people? I’ve long thought so.
We black people are so convenient and useful to America's leftists. Whenever there's a bit of silencing to be done, just accuse a detractor or critic of racism. A recent, particularly stupid, example is CNN's Brandon Tensley's complaint that the "coronavirus task force is another example of …
"What do I know? I'm not a doctor."
America came face to face with the festering problem of digital inequality when most of the country responded to the coronavirus pandemic by shutting elementary and high schools that serve more than 50 million children.
Bless my heart, I finally got grounded for all the things I never got caught for in my teens.
SNOW HILL — A state order that closed all hair and beauty salons on March 25 cut off the livelihood of dozens of area business and more individuals, but most say they understand it had to be done.
Everything is getting canceled, which is for the best. Many had looked forward to celebrations: concerts, music festivals, birthdays, graduations, proms, etc.
Lost and found pets
I wish it hadn’t happened.
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