An 89-year-old Farmville woman was killed Thursday when she turned in front of oncoming traffic, the State Highway Patrol reported.
An order temporarily suspending filing for congressional and legislative offices turned away some candidates who had hoped to begin their campaigns on Monday while some local candidates were able to file.
Plumbing and infrastructure issues continue to cause discord at a Greenville student housing complex.
The Greenville Museum of Art hosted its Jingle All the Way on Saturday with holiday activities, crafts, performances and visits with Santa.
The 2021 Greenville Jaycees Christmas Parade delivered plenty of spirit and smiles when it marched down Evans Street on Saturday.
The pandemic changed the holiday retail environment last year with many Greenville businesses shifting their business to adjust to new safety protocols, contactless payments and deliveries and virtual service.
East Carolina University is participating in the third annual Collegiate Hunger Challenge, where it will compete against 10 other North Carolina colleges and universities for up to $22,000 to put toward fighting hunger on and around campus.
Restaurateurs Jacob and Tandi Wilson, well known for their multiple businesses, teamed up with longtime Christy’s Euro Pub Sous Chef Kevin Kayes to open Side Bar, a Tex-Mex fusion restaurant located at 707 Dickinson Ave.
The following deeds were recorded with the Pitt County Register of Deeds from Sept. 30-Oct. 6. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (No fee required.)
This was the get-right game for the East Carolina women’s basketball team. And the Pirates sure took advantage.
East Carolina can start gameplanning.
Play was stopped when the basketball was wedged between the rim and backboard after a missed 3-pointer from Gardner-Webb. Ludgy Debaut to the rescue.
Kim McNeill is searching for more energy.
Holton Ahlers is coming back.
J.H. Rose will make its first state title game since 2015 in a season where it started the year 0-3 and now sits at 11-4.
In rebuttal to the letter on Nov. 27 by the social work students at East Carolina University who rambled on about our police officers lacking self-awareness and are not culturally competent:
On Nov. 21, longtime safe streets advocate Steven Hardy-Braz of Farmville was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on a road in Belhaven. The distracted driver did not see Steven and drove directly into the back of Steven’s bicycle, seriously injuring him. Steven remains in recovery today.
Did you know that 63 percent of Americans aged 18-39 were not aware that 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust according to a recent study?
In 1986, The New York Times announced it would begin using the honorific “Ms.”
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The 2020 Democratic presidential primary campaign was essentially a bidding war in which each candidate pledged to spend trillions of dollars beyond what is needed to run the country, ostensibly to rebuild the nation after the coronavirus pandemic. Candidate Joe Biden won the contest and has…
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EDENTON — After months of planning, the North Carolina General Assembly recently appropriated $6.1 million for the purchase of Hayes Farm.
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