Three years and thousands of miles went into the first exhibition by a Greenville-based photographer that allows visitors to witness the stories of resilience, oppression and insurrection he captured in black and white.
Greenville City Council is set to review a regional transportation planning group’s recommendation to drop the widening of 14th Street from its current state transportation improvement program.
Mid-year changes in leadership at more than half a dozen Pitt County Schools have prompted comments from some parents who questioned why such moves were necessary. But yearlong principal vacancies at some private schools suggest that administrators are in short supply.
Two local robotics teams received honors at the recent FIRST Tech Challenge competition hosted by Pitt County Schools. Held Jan. 28 at Hope Middle School, the competition drew two dozen teams from across the state.
A new primary care facility began seeing patients this month, thanks, in part, to sage counseling and encouragement from the Pitt Community College Small Business Center.
A Greenville woman who was arrested for driving while impaired after nearly hitting a pedestrian at the Stantonsburg Road Food Lion had a toddler in her vehicle, police said.
A traffic stop led Grifton Police Department officers to arrest a man for drug and weapon possession earlier this week, the agency reported.
Food Truck Roundup: Nulook and Slingz & Things of Greenville will hole a Food Truck Roundup for the Kids to help pay off overdue lunch accounts from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday at Nulook Business Center, 406 S.W. Greenville Blvd. Call, text or inbox Shelia at 252-258-0333. Donate on Cashapp to $nulookk. All proceeds go to Pitt County School overdue lunch accounts.
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BETHEL — Zamareya Jones hung around in the North Pitt High School gymnasium to catch a glimpse of the senior night festivities that took place between the two varsity basketball games on Friday.
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East Carolina football coach Mike Houston announced the signing of three more athletes to the 2023 recruiting class.
BETHEL — Despite a strong night from team champion Washington, eight area wrestlers were able to claim Eastern Plains 2A Conference individual titles Wednesday night at North Pitt.
Jacob Crump is a junior on the North Pitt wrestling team.
The East Carolina men’s basketball team found itself in a tailspin that spoiled a strong start on Wednesday against host South Florida.
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Which plant group displays the showiest, most flamboyant flowers? Sunflowers and daisies? Lilies, daffodils and amaryllis? Or maybe the iris family?
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