New leadership and efforts to address months of poor delivery by the U.S. Postal Service are in motion to ease a mountain of complaints from Greenville residents who are not getting their mail.
Pitt County Schools reported a sharp decline in the number of COVID-19 cases reported on campus this week after two weeks of record numbers.
Advocates promoting the use of backyard accessory dwellings to meet the need for affordable senior housing this week focused on an obstacle they face often: city zoning.
A higher percentage of virtual learners in the county’s public schools are passing courses this school year than last year, according to a Pitt County Virtual Academy progress report.
Special-use permits allowing outdoor seating at a restaurant and two storage facilities were approved, with conditions, by the Greenville Board of Adjustment.
The PCC Foundation is encouraging prospective fall students, including high school seniors and current Pitt students, to apply for scholarships starting Tuesday.
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The North Carolina Biotechnology Center and a statewide coalition of public and private partner organizations and institutions that includes East Carolina University are a Phase 1 recipient of up to $500,000 in the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s $1 billion Build Back Better Regio…
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I Believe Basketball, a non-profit organization, is having an open gym/tryout on Sunday, Feb. 13 from 2-4 p.m. at Farmville Central High School for middle school boys and any middle school and/or high school girls.
The East Carolina men’s basketball team has lost three straight games following Thursday’s 71-54 defeat at Memphis.
The magic that helped create a court-storming comeback win over Memphis 12 days ago couldn’t be recreated on Thursday as the East Carolina men’s basketball team never led in the second half of a 71-54 road loss to the Tigers.
BETHEL — Greene Central and North Pitt split a pair of games Thursday night, with the host Panthers winning the girls’ game before the visiting Rams came away with a victory in the boys’ game.
The East Carolina football team hired Justin Anderson as director of player personnel and recruiting, according to an announcement from head football coach Mike Houston on Thursday.
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By restricting competition among hospitals and other medical providers, North Carolina keeps the cost of health care down while maintaining or even enhancing the quality of services provided.
I read them. All three. Front to back. It is my hope that those with an opinion of the books in contention by the Pitt County Board of Education have done the same. At least read a reputable, thorough, and most importantly, non-biased summary.
BYH Biden. What ever happened to nominating a Supreme Court justice based on qualifications and experience, not skin color or gender?
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Throw down the gauntlet!
The man who made me briefly famous died last week.
“This is not a date; you’re just the right height, that’s all.”
“You’ll never guess what I did!” my husband, Peter, announced.