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From Justin Wilcoxen’s walkoff home run that wasn’t in the second game of the season to Saturday’s walkoff, 3-2, win over Houston in 10 innings, the East Carolina baseball team has rewritten its season.
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North Pitt Middle School (featuring players from Wellcome, Pactolus, Bethel and Stokes) triumphed over Chicod School in the Pitt County soccer championship match played on May 12.
Zach Agnos started the kindling and the rest of the East Carolina lineup fanned the flames into a roaring fire.
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A NBYH to those fast food places that can’t cook food until it’s done or fix food without hair in it. Would you want to eat hairy food? Think about it. If you don’t like hair in food, other people don’t like it either!
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Three men walk into a bar: a locksmith, a retired prison administrator and a city employee. It’s no joke. If Michael Wiggs, Joe Solano and Ron Harris walk into a bar, it’s pretty certain they’ll soon be playing instruments and the punchline will be “Freebird!”
The Bear Grass High School Class of 1952 held its 70th reunion on April 6, 2022 at The Hitching Post Restaurant in Williamston.
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Tab Benoit, respected Louisiana-based blues guitarist-vocalist and storyteller extraordinaire, will perform in Greenville on Wednesday as part of an ambitious spring-summer national tour.