The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed March 22-26 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:

The tenure of East Carolina University’s only black trustee was left in the hands of North Carolina’s legislative leaders last month when the UNC Board of Governors did not include him among its choices for ECU’s board.

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East Carolina’s baseball team entered Friday leading the American Athletic Conference in home runs and was second in the AAC standings behind Tulane, but ECU left the weekend in first in both categories.

East Carolina's baseball team scored first and often against Tulane on Sunday, effectively taking over first place in the American Athletic Conference standings with a 9-1 victory at Clark-LeClair Stadium. It completed a 3-1 series win in a weekend full of various emotions for both teams.

J.H. Rose outlasted C.B. Aycock in girls’ tennis action on Thursday, 6-3.

A home run trot by Seth Caddell during the fourth inning Friday included some looks and chatter around the infield at Clark-LeClair Stadium. It was a sign East Carolina was proud about having Tulane pitcher Braden Olthoff in an unprecedented situation.

BYH and good-bye to sleep in Greenville. You cannot sleep, eat at a restaurant outside, or listen to music in your car without being bombarded by loud, probably illegal, muffler noise all over town. City Council, you want to do something that improves our lives at little cost? Give us some r…

Our nation is more divided now than at any time since the Civil War, which should remind us of President Abraham Lincoln’s speech at the dedication of the national cemetery at Gettysburg on Nov. 19, 1863.

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged each of us to recognize two important truths: that our own safety depends on the actions of others, and that our own choices impact those around us. Some populations, such as people living in prisons, are particularly vulnerable and rely heavily on others…

I was a guest clergy at St. James Episcopal Church in Belhaven during this Easter season where I asked a question of how the transforming miracles of the Bible might happen today. At its root, this is a question faced not only by Christians. Millions of people of many faiths wonder every day…

Even after Jan. 6, Facebook didn’t want to deal once and for all with President Donald Trump’s poisonous lies, so it punted, first by suspending him “indefinitely,” and then by asking its blue-ribbon Oversight Board to review the decision. On Wednesday, the Oversight Board punted back. Over …

A pair of Arendell Parrott Academy students and a South Central High School student have their work hanging in high places after taking top honors in the 3rd Congressional District art competition.

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WESTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) — After she was picked as commencement speaker for fellow 2020 graduates at Otterbein University, Katie Exline considered focusing her speech on perspective. By the time she finally got to deliver it in front of them this month, they already had some of that.

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CATAWBA, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina cardboard factory has found itself in the middle of a stinky situation as environmental regulators order it to lower emissions after receiving thousands of complaints relating to a “noxious,” rotten egg-like smell coming from the plant.

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STOWE, Vt. (AP) — Eduardo Rovetto is hoping the state of Vermont's reinstated requirement that people who are collecting unemployment benefits must seek work to qualify will help him hire enough staff for his restaurant in the resort town of Stowe.

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DENVER (AP) — A shooting at a birthday party inside a trailer park home in Colorado Springs that killed six people before the gunman took his own life stunned a state weary of gun violence just weeks after another Colorado mass shooting killed 10 people.