Working in education as a behavioral specialist and in law enforcement as a victim advocate has given Deborah Sheppard a broad perspective on the effects of trauma. But the scope of her latest work was influenced by her experiences in childhood.
An eyewitness’ call to Greenville police led to the arrest of three attempting to break into vehicles in a apartment complex parking lot early Wednesday morning.
Email announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECU's Board of Trustees starts a special called two-day retreat in Raleigh on Thursday that will include a state mandated self-assessment and a discussion on enrollment.
The J.H. Rose High School women's tennis team has postponed the annual Liz Upton Ball Drop fundraiser to 4-6 p.m. on Thursday at the school's tennis courts, 600 W. Arlington Blvd.
A physician scientist and author of "Compassionomics" will discuss how 40 seconds of compassion can create a meaningful connection with others during a noon program today presented virtually by ECU's Brody School of Medicine and Vidant Health.
Farmworkers make vital contributions to the nation’s economy and food systems. But because of working conditions, they often experience serious challenges, including health disparities, food insecurities, higher instances of pesticide exposure and a lack of digital connectivety.
Supply chain disruptions and worker shortages have become a recipe for trouble for Pitt County Schools cafeterias that are scrambling to feed thousands of students a day.
Even with COVID-19 infection rates dropping, the virus continues to have a deadly toll, Vidant Health’s chief said Tuesday.
A woman charged as an accessory to the murder of a Greenville mother is back in jail for violating the conditions of her pretrial release.
Senior outside hitter Abby Langemann slammed home the final kill and senior setter Holly Cannon slammed her palm down on the court at Farmville Central in celebration Wednesday night.
Sophomore Lucas Causey wanted to break 19 minutes and 30 seconds. Freshman Gianna Speight wanted to run her best time and end up in first place.
Britton Fischer has long dreamed of playing professional soccer.
For veteran players like Myles Berry, making road trips is nothing new.
After losing a five-set thriller to J.H. Rose the last time the two teams met two weeks ago, D.H. Conley’s girls had a simple directive in order to win the ‘threequel’ – the finals of the Big Carolina 3A/4A Conference Tournament.
The give-and-take that is necessary in building a consistent pass attack is steadily happening for the East Carolina football team.
I’ve been spending a lot of time recently in conversation with right-leaning leaders, policy experts, donors and activists. My purpose is to assess the health and trajectory of American conservatism at this critical moment.
I’ve been spending a lot of time recently conversing with right-leaning leaders, policy experts, donors and activists in order to assess the health and trajectory of American conservatism at this moment.
BYH to the medical group who cannot find a doctor to see someone who has been a patient for 12 years after his physician left your practice. They promise one-day turnaround and it’s been more than a month. Shame on you.
The Reflector’s front page story “Businesses question Biden” on Oct. 13 was pathetic. It featured a handful of business people led by a person who voted with 146 so-called Republicans to over-throw 2020 election.
Confession: I used to be a Republican. I briefly became one years ago while living amongst the ultrawoke on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Their authoritarian diktats drove me crazy. And their narrow definition of economic interests as the rich versus the poor — with the middle class almost in…
Veteran Triangle-area Congressman David Price called it a career this week and revealed that he will not seek re-election in 2022.
There is a salad for every season. Spring salads are fresh and delicate, a tumble of baby leaves, new shoots and springy buds. Summer brings vibrant salads that are juicy, sunny and refreshing. Fall leans into the cooler weather and hunkers down with heft and substance. Each salad has a plac…
Being physically active can strengthen your immune system, so move more to help reduce your risk for COVID. Join Brody medical students and community members at Lake Laupus Gazebo (Laupus side) at 9 a.m. Saturday for Walk With a Doc with comments by Dr. Megan Ferderber, sports medicine resid…
Not every Greenville birthday party includes the mayor on its guest list and features greetings from state and national leaders.
Farmville is getting into the Halloween holiday spirit early this year with a Ghost Walk that begins next week.
It was a sign of the times in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Closed theaters with no movies to advertise got creative with their marquees, displaying phrases like, “Now Showing Nothing Starring Nobody,” “When Harry Met Sally on Zoom,” “The Chronicles of Corona” and “To Be Continued.”
What does all the hi-tech lighting up the dashboard of a new SUV have to do with God — or the devil?
Most Popular Stories
- ‘They keep calling him their little miracle kid': Supporters rally for kindergartner to beat medical odds
- Pitt substitute teachers, school bus staff to get pay raises
- 218398 JACKSON VICKERS
- DWI arrests: Man flips car, returns to scene
- My Favorite Foodie: Fernando Hicks spreads love with food
- Top 'Dawg: Roberts re-writing rushing records at Wallace-Rose Hill
- Animals for adoption
- 218420 JACKSON VICKERS
- Bail bondsman shot in neighborhood south of Falkland
- City breaks ground on new fire station: Deal with landowners sweetens celebration