CSX Transportation has scheduled will be conducting maintenance at several railroad crossings starting next week and continuing into July.
A Winterville woman has been arrested for disposing of evidence related to the Jan. 12 killing of a young mother in Bell’s Fork.
For the second year in a row, the University of North Carolina System announced that a team led by an East Carolina University researcher was awarded a grant through the UNC Research Opportunities Initiative.
Local principal completes leadership program
The following deeds were recorded with the Pitt County Register of Deeds from April 22-28. Each $2 in revenue stamps is equal to $1,000 in valuation. (No fee required.)
A 2020 project in Pitt County is one of several North Carolina projects noted for success in terms of new job creation and capital investment, according to Area Development.
The following deeds of trust were recorded with the Pitt County Registrar of Deeds from May 20-26:
The talents of today’s young people celebrated memories of the past during a Juneteenth celebration at Greenville Theatre Arts Center on Saturday.
The City of Greenville's Minority and Women Business Enterprise initiative held a Juneteenth celebration at Five Points Plaza on Saturday, June 19, showcasing local businesses, music and food.
ECU's Carroll Dashiell helped Greenville groove and celebrate Juneteenth with a concert and festival on the Town Common.
J.H. Rose standout athlete Michael Allen verbally committed to N.C. State's football program during the weekend, setting him up to later sign with the Wolfpack as a speedy running back. He is ranked as the No. 6 player in the state for the 2022 class.
RALEIGH – South Central High School will send six individuals and one relay team to the Class 4A Track and Field State Championships this weekend in Greensboro.
FRANKLINTON – D.H. Conley’s boys track team captured second place (75 points) and earned four championships during the Class 3A Eastern Regional meet Saturday at Franklinton High School.
NEWPORT – DaMarr Harvey earned two first-place finishes to lead the Farmville Central boys track team to a fourth-place showing at the Class 2A Eastern Regional meet on Saturday.
Pitt County athletes earned several championships during weekend regional track and field competitions.
Ole Miss announced a four-year contract extension for its baseball coach, Mike Bianco, on Sunday night amid LSU's search for a new coach.
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When I was young and started "acting out" my daddy would administer corporal punishment. In other words a good ol' fashioned spanking with tears and all. Now you "act out" and the TV cameras make you into a hero for whatever "acting out" cause you are promoting. I see nothing wrong with a go…
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China is America’s economic rival. The way capitalists deal with rivals is to compete. President Joe Biden vows to compete with this rival on the rival’s terms. He calls it “extreme competition.”
New federal laws mean North Carolina taxpayers will save $500 million by expanding Medicaid. Is there a reason to be against that?
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Several columns past, I took to my bully pulpit and excoriated men who are married with children for being fathers first and husbands a distant second (maybe even third behind sports fans). My point, for those of you who are behind the curve here, is that children don’t need fathers who are …
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