If her signature “How-w-w-DEE-E-E-E” greeting doesn’t give her away, the price tag dangling from her straw hat surely will.
A senior wellness center is now open in west Greenville, with leaders predicting the location will serve as a hub for the aging community and as a conduit for them to share wisdom and joy with future generations.
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Juneteenth is now a paid holiday for employees of the Greenville Utilities Commission and the city of Greenville.
Following the second consecutive week of decline in the number of cases of COVID-19 on campus but with thousands quarantined due to the virus, the county’s public school system plans to make COVID testing available to staff.
The Pitt County Board of Commissioners is holding two closed sessions involving personnel discussions.
An argument over money led to a 20-year-old being shot early Monday morning, according to police.
A Greenville man on the state sex offense registry was arrested Friday for failing to report his address to authorities.
A Pitt County man has been arrested for attacking firefighters actively trying to fight a fire at his home in Belvoir.
A team investigating cancer deaths of several ECU professors have provided federal authorities with more information about the building they worked in.
The John Paul II Catholic volleyball team is trying to develop consistency as its tries to break a losing streak.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Being on the 1970 East Carolina football team forever sealed Grover Truslow’s rooting interests in college football.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Watch Ja'Quan McMillian's ninth-career interception for East Carolina, which beat Marshall 42-38 on Saturday night despite trailing 38-21 earlier in the fourth quarter.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A perfect onside kick, quarterback Holton Ahlers recording a rushing touchdown and receiving touchdown in the fourth quarter and one of the most thrilling comebacks in East Carolina football history.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Members of the 1970 East Carolina football team are in Huntington, W.Va., for the ECU-Marshall football game 51 years after the Nov. 14, 1970, tragic plane crash that killed all 75 people on the MU team flight home from playing at the Pirates.
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Even if intensive medical care had been immediately available, Ray DeMonia might still have died just shy of his 74th birthday. A resident of the north Alabama town of Cullman, DeMonia had suffered a stroke more than a year ago, and he had a bad heart.
“This outlines how the Department of Public Instruction, in tandem with the State Board of Education, will assist all education stakeholders as they work to overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic while establishing a framework to achieve the long-term goal of ensuring a sound, basi…
Either Greenville and Pitt County leadership does not understand or they just don’t care to shut down the obnoxious, disgusting and illegal noise amplification in trucks, cars and motorcycles screaming around town. I was waiting at the 10th and Elm light behind a vinyl wrapped car which brag…
I see the two far left wing judges do not care what the voters of North Carolina think. The two judges believe that black people are too stupid to get a photo ID. Either that or they want voter fraud, bless their corrupt hearts.
Two area writers will go before a panel of judges later this month to see who will become the 2021 Heart of the Pamlico Poet Laureate. The Pamlico Writers’ Group is hosting the competition at 4 p.m. on Sept. 26 at Pamlico Books, 149 N. Market St., Washington, N.C.
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To me, “the farm” has always meant the farm where my mother grew up, one of 11 children. Every book I ever read that was set on a farm, and many other books as well, all took place in my imagination at my mother’s family farm and the surrounding woods.
When Julian Pleasants died Sept. 7, North Carolina lost one of its most important academic and popular historians.
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