The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed course Tuesday on some masking guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people return to wearing masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the delta variant of the coronavirus is fueling infection surges.
A Greenville woman accused of providing false documentation to law enforcement and medical staff after a 2018 vehicle crash in Wilson has been arrested.
Getting back to normal was a greater concern than COVID-19 for many East Carolina University freshmen who got their first chance for an in-person visit on Monday.
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The Making Pitt Fit Community Garden yielded a wellspring of bounty last year during the pandemic, and what was grown in the garden became just as important as what grew out of it, the site’s coordinator said.
The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office is investigating eight separate reports of vehicles being tampered with or broken into in neighborhoods off Black Jack-Simpson Road.
A woman has been arrested for animal cruelty after leaving six cats in a hot vehicle, the Greenville Police Department reported.
A fire that injured and displaced two people started from unattended cooking, Greenville Fire-Rescue reported.
The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed June 7-11 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:
CARY — Friday’s Bill Dooley Pigskin Preview served as yet another offseason opportunity for third-year East Carolina football coach Mike Houston, if he wanted, to maybe learn something new about Appalachian State quarterback Chase Brice.
CARY — Alphonso Boyd received unique insight into college football during his own unique celebration at the 18th annual Bill Dooley Pigskin Preview.
LAKE NORMAN – Pitt County secured a state championship in youth softball recently.
CARY -- Check out a photo gallery from our Ronnie Woodward at the 18th annual Bill Dooley Pigskin Preview featuring in-state college football coaches and Ayden-Grifton's Alphonso Boyd as a $10,000 scholarship recipient Friday.
Moses Tufts was the leading scorer and go-to player for the South Central High School boys’ basketball team, which enjoyed a clean 13-0 regular season before COVID-19 protocols caused the team to forfeit in the first round of the state playoffs.
One of the final moments for Alexis Hastings as a multi-sport standout at South Central High School was one of her most significant, when she won the triple jump event at the 4A track and field state championship meet. She took first place with a mark of 37 feet, 9 inches.
As a physician assistant in Greenville working to promote COVID vaccination, I was dismayed to read a Public Forum piece in the Saturday-Monday Reflector minimizing the impact of the virus, questioning the vaccine safety and efficacy and promoting conspiracy theories.
It’s clear how the two political parties want to define the debate in next year’s elections, in North Carolina and nationally. Republicans want to argue about race and culture. Democrats want to argue that government can work and can help people.
Most students attend colleges or universities primarily to acquire the knowledge, skills, and credentials required to get a rewarding job.
BMH, I set my alarm extra early to be sure I have enough time to lie there being angry about having to wake up.
On Wednesday March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day — North Carolina voters were led to believe that the people they elected to the state House of Representatives voted 119-0, approving legislation making it easier for applied behavior analysis therapists to practice in North Carolina. It is a therapy…
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KENANSVILLE — Family and friends gathered last Friday to celebrate a special day in Kenansville, as Edith Hall Garrett celebrated 102 years of life. Commissioner Jesse Dowe, Duplin County Board of Commissioners presented Garret with a proclamation letter in honor of this special day.
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