The Pitt County Development Commission visited DENSO Manufacturing on Thursday to present an incentive check totaling $187,394.73.
Pitt County Animal Services has received a $2,500 grant to help care for adoptable animals in foster care because of COVID-19, the department announced.
Pitt County officials have moved from requiring county employees to wear masks to recommending they wear them and practice social distancing.
Filing begins at noon Monday for one supervisor’s seat on Pitt County Soil and Water Conservation District board, Elections Director Dave Davis said.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently donated and delivered 30,000 pounds of food to The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina in Greenville, the church announced.
John and Ilene Romeo are vendor of the week at the Leroy James Farmers Market, 4560 County Home Road, across from Alice Keene Park.
Things seem to be coming back to normal at most of the area’s golf courses. A number of tournaments have been postponed, however, and will probably be rescheduled.
Charlotte native and former Oklahoma linebacker Ryan Jones posted Friday on Twitter that he is transferring to East Carolina, and it is reportedly to play offense for the Pirates in a pass-catching role.
It’s been an empty spring for sports fans, athletes and coaches across the planet.
To muster a few of the most significant long shots in East Carolina baseball history, Travis Watkins actually shortened his swing.
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The alumni aspect of college sports cutting programs is unique to Kirstin Burgess.
We all know what big press conferences look like announcing the arrest of human traffickers at the culmination of a years-long investigation.
With the big announcement in the paper of 300 whole cases in a county with 170,000 people, why is our county shut down? I notice when confronted about this, the Democratic shill in the governor’s mansion has his pre-programmed talking points handy, “well the virus doesn’t respect county line…
What can explain the outrageously maniacal and ruthless behavior of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin vividly captured on multiple videos? Consider this plausible scenario, offered by a 30-year law enforcement veteran associate of mine.
Christians and those of other faiths proclaimed that Monday, June 1, be a national day of mourning and lament. Hope Morgan Ward, Bishop of the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, acknowledged this call by mourning the deaths that have resulted from COVID-19, as well as …
As North Carolina responds to the COVID-19 crisis, locally-elected officials understand that our businesses need help to remain viable. Small businesses are the lifeblood of cities and towns across the state.
If you have awakened from a comfortable sleep wondering how we as a nation got here, it is clearly time for deeper reflection.
A nurse from eastern North Carolina has taken up a challenge to help kids cope with the COVID-19 pandemic with the launch of her new book, What is Social Distancing? A Children’s Guide.
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In times of turmoil, brutality, fire and rage, black preachers have always turned to the Old Testament prophets.
For those new to gardening, growing vegetables can feel overwhelming.
I did something on Facebook recently that I rarely do. I commented on someone’s post. Then came the familiar regret.
Since the pandemic began, musicians and other performers have been hit hard by statewide safety restrictions.
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