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East Carolina baseball coach Cliff Godwin said Saturday after clinching the 18th annual Keith LeClair Classic with a second win in as many days over visiting Appalachian State that the truest way to honor LeClair would be for the Pirates to sweep the series.

The East Carolina baseball team beat Appalachian State 10-2 on Sunday for a weekend sweep, which also gave the Pirates the 18th annual Keith LeClair Classic crown in 3-0 dominating fashion and extended their win streak over App. State to 10 games.

After East Carolina basketball’s upset of Houston on Feb. 3, ECU’s regular season ended with a total of five games wiped out by COVID-19 protocols and four losses.

American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco likes to reference Shane Carden, East Carolina’s former bicep-flexing quarterback who reveled in shredding Atlantic Coast Conference defenses when presented the nonconference opportunity from 2011-14, when breaking down how ECU can fit an…

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In North Carolina politics, few issues are as contentious as education. For years, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly have locked horns on such issues as funding formulas, teacher pay, and parental choice. More recently, legislators have tried to give all scho…

What has North Carolina learned over the last month — when first Senate Bill 37: “In-Person Learning Choice for Families” was filed in the state legislature and then last Monday when Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of the bill was sustained?

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In North Carolina politics, few issues are as contentious as education. For years, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly have locked horns on such issues as funding formulas, teacher pay, and parental choice. More recently, legislators have tried to give all scho…

What has North Carolina learned over the last month — when first Senate Bill 37: “In-Person Learning Choice for Families” was filed in the state legislature and then last Monday when Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of the bill was sustained?

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YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Demonstrators in Myanmar’s biggest city came out Monday night for their first mass protests in defiance of an 8 p.m. curfew, seeking to show support for an estimated 200 students trapped by security forces in a small area of one neighborhood.