A resolution by East Carolina University’s Student Government Association is calling for a four-year suspension of a fraternity accused of drink tampering three times since 2020.
Recent test scores show student achievement has begun to rebound following the coronavirus pandemic, Pitt County Schools reported this week.
A commercial recreation facility outside Greenville plans to operate an electric go-cart track following a vote by Pitt County commissioners to change an ordinance involving residentially zoned property.
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The 2022-23 Pitt County Schools' academic calendar will not be affected by the Sept. 30 school cancellation due to Tropical Storm Ian, the district has announced.
Ayden Elementary School has been awarded a grant of nearly $85,000 to update its media center, Pitt County Schools announced on Monday.
Greenville police on Tuesday announced the arrest of a 19-year-old wanted in the Aug. 23 shooting death of a man in a Range Rover off of MacGregor Downs Road.
The Board of Education on Monday approved a $490 million budget resolution that would provide additional supplemental funds for teacher pay and some long-awaited funding for upgrading facilities.
A trailer and pallet jack valued at $2,000 were stolen over the weekend from a Dollar General store, a case report from the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office said.
Impact luncheon: The Center for Family Violence Prevention annual IMPACT Event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday at the Greenville Convention Center, 303 S. W. Greenville Blvd. The theme is “Silent Shame-Driving Awareness for Emotional Abuse.” Guest speaker will be author, minister and domestic violence survivor Jan Newell-Byrd. Tickets are $50 each. Visit www.c4fvp.org.
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FARMVILLE — While there are a handful of dynastic teams across the area in a handful of different sports, only one is closing in on state history.
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The East Carolina men’s golf team picked up its first team win of the 2022-23 campaign after firing a 4-over par, 292 to claim the Ironwood Collegiate Classic on Tuesday. The two-day, 54-hole event was being held at the par-72 Ironwood Country Club.
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Bless our hearts. I see from the state election judicial guide that judges for the state Supreme and Appeals Court seats are running by party. Seems that Democrat judges vote the party line same as Democrat politicians. If the voters want their decisions upheld, it is time to get rid of prog…
One of the fundamental principles of the U.S. system of government is that the legislative and executive bodies are limited by a constitution. Whether the constitution has been violated is determined by a judicial system that should be independent of the other branches of government. This wa…
Democrat leaders have failed to do their basic job of passing a budget and spending/appropriations bills via Regular Order or for that matter even as a Continuing Resolution once again. It is quite apparent that Democrats are just too busy with other pressing matters like producing the “Trum…
In his successful 1980 campaign for the presidency, Ronald Reagan prominently featured the prospect of welfare fraud, citing the case of a Chicago “welfare queen” who had defrauded the government of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Since then, policing and preventing welfare cheats has been…
To the one equating flying illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard to mass extermination of Jews in the Holocaust during the holocaust: what is it like not being tethered to reality? BYH, you need help.
“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’” Psalms 91:1-2.
Do COVID 19 boosters matter? Absolutely if you are over 50. Eating healthy, getting physical activity and washing your hands frequently matter for everybody.
Don’t underestimate the lentil. These tiny, pebble-like legumes may be a tad frumpy in appearance, but any perceived drabness or lumpiness shouldn’t deter you from eating them. Lentils are rich in plant-based protein and fiber and are an excellent source of B vitamins, magnesium and potassiu…
Martin Terry is equally comfortable performing on a large outdoor festival stage, in a noisy honky-tonk, or on one side of a living room for a birthday party.
There is a pond on our family farm that has not really been a pond for decades. It’s more of a crater these days, used for burning brush — which, as it turns out, is a great way to meet one’s neighbors.
The Senior’s Writing Class at the Pitt County Council on Aging held a birthday party this week for one of its favorites, Dr. Earl Trevathan.
There is agony and there is ecstasy in revising my favorite book, “North Carolina Roadside Eateries.”