When it comes to transportation, business leaders need to think beyond the basics of planes, trains and automobiles, according to experts.
FARMVILLE — A Farmville cemetery has been charged with three felony counts of obtaining property by false pretenses for allegedly collecting money from customers who never received their products, the Pitt County Sheriff's Office reported.
Jurors heard testimony from several witnesses, including a detective and a forensic pathologist, on day two of a trial in the 2014 murder of Brandon Terell Smith.
The Greenville City Council will weigh moving forward with a proposal to build a hotel on Evans Street during today’s 6 p.m. meeting.
Pitt County’s veteran state senator filed for re-election on Wednesday, the same day a former sheriff’s deputy filed for a school board seat.
After an 8-15 campaign in 2018-19, Ayden-Grifton girls’ basketball head coach Charles Kessel sees the potential for continued improvement this season.
After establishing an early lead, the Ayden-Grifton boys’ basketball team cruised to a 73-37 blowout of Southside on Wednesday in Littlefield.
Farmville Central senior guard Samage Teel has thrived as part of the Jaguars’ star boys’ basketball trio. While fellow guards Terquavion Smith and Justin Wright have finalized their commitments to colleges, Teel is still looking over his options. Preps beat writer Jake Keator spoke with Tee…
South Central girls’ basketball head coach Robert Duck is excited about the potential of this year’s squad.
It was another blowout for the Farmville Central boys’ basketball team Tuesday night, as the Jaguars cruised to a 104-61 victory over Wilson Hunt.
The Farmville Central girls’ basketball team looks much the same when compared to its 2018-19 version.
Bless my heart. I was traveling across town the other night and was stopped at every single light on Arlington between Stantonsburg and Fire Tower Road: at Dickinson, Memorial, Hooker, Evans, Greenville Boulevard, Red Banks and Fire Tower. Is that supposed to happen, or am I just lucky?
As many of us prepare to welcome the Prince of Peace anew, I want to remind readers of this forum of a local group of peacemakers. In our most recent Friends Committee on National Legislation, Greenville Advocacy Team meeting we recalled how being part of this national peace and justice move…
Dr. Gajendra Singh dreamed of providing affordable, quality imaging services to his patients in Winston-Salem.
The new report from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz is an absolutely damning indictment of the Steele dossier.
The Democratic presidential race is ultimately a debate about whether to promise America a revolution or a restoration.
For more than a year, the University of North Carolina’s Board of Governors has tried to resolve a problem that didn’t really exist: What should it do with Silent Sam? The Confederate statue with its racist roots had been topped by protesters on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus in August 2018. Agr…
Q I have been working hard all year to lose some weight. I am fearful I am going to blow it during the holidays. Can you help? RJ, Greenville
Some of my fondest holiday memories revolve around big dining room tables filled with hearty, colorful dishes including meats, salads, an array of mouthwatering sides and family and friends. This is also the time of the year when we get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of gift giving and …
At last month’s Winterville Regional FIRST Lego League tournament, the St. Peter Catholic School Wiredcats Blue and Green teams both qualified for the North Carolina First Lego League State Championships to be held in January at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro.
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