People can now enjoy the glory of fall with a late-day stroll through Greenville’s central business area, a cocktail or cup of beer in hand.
FRANKFURT, Germany — The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries decided Wednesday to sharply cut production to prop up sagging oil prices, a move analysts said could deal the struggling global economy another blow and raise pump prices for U.S. drivers just ahead of key national elections.
A 20-apartment complex for youths exiting the foster care system is expected to open next fall, but officials said the project will need to seek additional funding on top of $2 million already granted from federal funds.
Oct. 20 marks the start of early voting across the state for a slate of federal, state and local offices, and two events are upcoming where voters can hear from candidates.
Greenville police are investigating a robbery involving a knife at a residence on North Sylvan Drive over the weekend, according to a case report released on Wednesday.
Chow Down: The Farmville Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center will host the Chow Down for the Chamber fundraiser for breakfast, lunch and dinner on Friday. Restaurants in town will donate a percentage of sales to the chamber to encourage people to go out to eat.
A resolution by East Carolina University’s Student Government Association is calling for a four-year suspension of a fraternity accused of drink tampering three times since 2020.
Recent test scores show student achievement has begun to rebound following the coronavirus pandemic, Pitt County Schools reported this week.
A commercial recreation facility outside Greenville plans to operate an electric go-cart track following a vote by Pitt County commissioners to change an ordinance involving residentially zoned property.
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I believe in climate change. It always has. I have yet to find someone to explain how mankind caused the Ice Age and Great Flood. However, we should be good stewards of Mother Earth.
No, polio is not a threat to the vast majority of Americans. That’s because the vast majority has received a very effective polio vaccine. And that’s also why public officials should stop turning a concern centered on a few under-vaxxed communities into everyone’s problem.
The leader of the Environmental Protection Agency, a native son of North Carolina, announced a groundbreaking national initiative in his home state recently.
North Carolina endured the wrath of yet another powerful hurricane last week. And while it comes as little solace to those who lost homes, businesses or, in a few tragic cases, loved ones, on the whole, the situation could have been much, much worse. One need only glance at the devastation t…
Bless our hearts. I see from the state election judicial guide that judges for the state Supreme and Appeals Court seats are running by party. Seems that Democrat judges vote the party line same as Democrat politicians. If the voters want their decisions upheld, it is time to get rid of prog…
Do COVID 19 boosters matter? Absolutely if you are over 50. Eating healthy, getting physical activity and washing your hands frequently matter for everybody.
Don’t underestimate the lentil. These tiny, pebble-like legumes may be a tad frumpy in appearance, but any perceived drabness or lumpiness shouldn’t deter you from eating them. Lentils are rich in plant-based protein and fiber and are an excellent source of B vitamins, magnesium and potassiu…
Martin Terry is equally comfortable performing on a large outdoor festival stage, in a noisy honky-tonk, or on one side of a living room for a birthday party.
There is a pond on our family farm that has not really been a pond for decades. It’s more of a crater these days, used for burning brush — which, as it turns out, is a great way to meet one’s neighbors.
The Senior’s Writing Class at the Pitt County Council on Aging held a birthday party this week for one of its favorites, Dr. Earl Trevathan.
There is agony and there is ecstasy in revising my favorite book, “North Carolina Roadside Eateries.”