A social worker from Winterville said he wants to help pay for his twin sons’ college degrees after a $20 scratch-off ticket turned into a $100,000 win, the N.C. Education Lottery announced Wednesday.
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s highest court on Wednesday delayed the state's planned March 8 primary until May while state courts review claims of illegal gerrymandering.
Legislative candidates were allowed to begin filing for the 2022 election on Tuesday, and contested races for two local offices quickly emerged.
Greenville officials want additional community engagement and planning before they greenlight American Rescue Plan funding for community projects at a park and community center.
A mask requirement will continue in Pitt County Schools until Christmas break but is set to be lifted in January.
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A Greenville man was injured during an assault with a firearm at a home north of town on Sunday, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported.
The two most recently elected members of the Board of Education were selected as chairman and vice chairman of the board on Monday.
An order temporarily suspending filing for congressional and legislative offices turned away some candidates who had hoped to begin their campaigns on Monday while some local candidates were able to file.
A motorcyclist involved in a Friday collision later died from his injuries, the Greenville Police Department reported on Monday.
Seven up. Seven down.
Coming off a strong 2020-21 campaign, expectations were high coming into this season for the J.H. Rose football program.
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Play was stopped when the basketball was wedged between the rim and backboard after a missed 3-pointer from Gardner-Webb. Ludgy Debaut to the rescue.
It’s the kind of spectacle that people will talk about for decades: They saw the mountain on fire.
BYH, do the right thing and buy all your Christmas gifts from local artisans this year.
There is some sparse historical evidence suggesting that a Jewish guy, name o’ Jesus of Nazareth, actually did walk around on our beloved Earth way back in the day. There is also some significant evidence that this guy’s Jewish PR man, name o’ Paul, wrote a bunch of letters (“Epistles”) stat…
Nestled in a humid forest at the midpoint between the Appalachian Mountains and the mighty Atlantic, the Research Triangle of North Carolina has attracted migrants for decades. Raleigh’s growth has been particularly impressive: Between 2010-20, the Raleigh-Cary metropolitan area grew by 23%,…
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Gas prices are high. Good! What is our response? Tap into our strategic oil reserves and encourage oil suppliers to drill for more. Why? So that we, the gas guzzling gluttons of the world can hop into our SUVs or pickup trucks and drive down the block to get a cup of coffee.
FOUNTAIN — “Do you know any happy songs?”
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AYDEN — Seniors who like to socialize take note: the Ayden Senior Center is looking for new members.
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EDENTON — After months of planning, the North Carolina General Assembly recently appropriated $6.1 million for the purchase of Hayes Farm.
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