Robersonville – A unanimous vote brings an experienced local government manager to Robersonville.
A stray dog’s sad tale seems to be heading toward a happy ending.
A Pitt County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrested a fugitive after stopping a driver operating a vehicle without a visible registration plate, the agency reported on Sunday.
The sale of $34 million in bonds to fund a construction project, purchase equipment and refinance existing bonds was authorized by the Pitt County Board of Commissioners at its Monday meeting.
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A 20-year-old man died Monday after someone in a passing vehicle fired on him and others during an incident on U.S. 264 Bypass north of Greenville, the Pitt County Sheriff's Office reported.
The county’s public schools students will spend Mondays at home for the remainder of the school year, the superintendent announced Monday.
Spring break will arrive earlier next year for the county’s public schools students, according to a calendar approve on Monday
A man was shot and transported to the hospital Monday and law enforcement closed the eastbound lanes of U.S. 264 north of Greenville.
The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office released little information Monday about the death of a missing Greenville man whose body was located Friday.
East Carolina’s women’s basketball team scored 81 points in its first game of the season, which was a loss at Towson. ECU scored 81 again Saturday, but did it in a much more enjoyable outcome.
It’s a familiar feeling in greater Greenville, as both Farmville Central basketball teams are in a fever pitch to defend the state titles both were forced to share a year ago thanks to COVID-19.
Cliff Godwin spent part of the preseason hyping up Carson Whisenhunt’s pitching arsenal and strikeout ability, and through two starts, opposing batters have felt the reality of that hype.
The East Carolina baseball team sealed a 6-1 record through seven games when it won Sunday's rubber match, 9-2, at Georgia Southern.
A high-scoring Saturday resulted in East Carolina baseball's first loss of the season.
The River Birch Tennis Center is set to begin its spring tennis programs for kids and adults.
I have a solution for commercials. A separate channel should be set up only for commercials. Those who like to watch commercials will be in hog heaven. Regular TV will be without interruptions, including our favorite reruns which we know by heart.
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Too many North Carolinians lack access to the medical services they need. One possible response, as we have heard incessantly for more than a decade, would be to expand Medicaid under the terms of the Affordable Health Act, with most of the expense to be borne by the (already heavily indebte…
A national reporter recently wrote a flattering article about Gov. Roy Cooper, but seemed flummoxed by Cooper’s political success.
“You don’t have to be a genius to succeed in politics,” the late Robert F. Kennedy once told a friend of mine. “But you do have to be able to count.”
BMH, my wife just asked me if I had seen the dog bowl, and I said I didn't even know he could.
The image of then-Sen. John F. Kennedy’s motorcade crossing Greene Street bridge on Sept. 17, 1960, into Greenville on a campaign stop is forever etched in local lore.
Ellie Osborne of Greenville recently received the Gold Award from Girl Scouts–North Carolina Coastal Pines. The award is the highest honor a Girl Scout can receive.
I remember, a long time ago, when I used to have a social life.
When you have stepchildren, they are usually “step,” plain and simple. You probably came late into their lives, you have a history with them, but you have no ancient history like they have with their blood kin.
A therapist takes a 10-year-old boy into what she calls “therapy.” The young fellow is belligerently defiant toward his parents and throws titanic tantrums when things don’t go his way. At school — virtual, going on a year — he’s distractible and doesn’t finish his work without being hovered…
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