The family of a North Pitt High School student said their daughter suffered a minor concussion after she was shoved by a school resource officer breaking up a fight between the girl and other students.
The man charged with shooting two at Greenville Mall was not involved in the initial fight that led to Friday night’s attack, Greenville’s police chief said.
The children’s story of “Cinderella” is about stepping into someone else’s shoes, and in “Cinderella: A Tale Retold,” there are plenty of shoes to fill.
Sounds of the Season: East Carolina University School of Music will host Sounds of the Season at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 401 E. Fourth St. The event will feature ECU Chamber Singers, University Chorale and Concert Choir. Call 328-6851.
People can learn more about the pending changes in Greenville’s downtown parking at a Thursday meeting in City Hall.
Paranormal Cirque is bringing its combined theater, circus and cabaret show to mature audiences this week under its white and black big top tent at Greenville Mall.
The Low-Income Energy Assistance Program administered by the Pitt County Department of Social Services will begin its 2022-23 season on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield told small business owners that their tax dollars pay for programs they should embrace during what could be the 18-year congressman’s last official appearance in Pitt County on Monday.
The days after Thanksgiving not only signal the beginning of holiday shopping but also serve as an opening for a season of sharing. Between today’s Giving Tuesday and Friday’s Greenville Gives, there are a wealth of opportunities for contributing to charity.
Festival of Trees: The Family Support Network of Eastern N.C. will host the 27th annual Festival of Trees from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through Dec. 23 at the Greenville Convention Center, 303 S.W. Greenville Blvd. There is no admission charge. The event features a variety of holiday-themed trees, sponsored by various local individuals, businesses, and church and civic organizations. Visit fsnenc.org.
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J.H. Rose’s girls’ basketball team overcame a slow start and pulled away down the stretch on its way to a 53-36 triumph over visiting Kinston Tuesday night.
Returning home after four road games, the East Carolina men’s basketball team looked to stash away a victory against a visiting South Carolina State team that entered with no wins this season.
East Carolina volleyball player Angeles Alderete was named the 2022 American Athletic Conference freshman of the year, the league announced on Tuesday.
PHILADELPHIA — Dozens of framed photographs lined both sides of a hallway leading toward the bowels of Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
D.H. Conley’s boys’ basketball team came into this week’s action in search of its first win of the season after a pair of two-point losses.
Classmates, friends and teammates of a Greene Central High School athlete rallied to support each other since getting the news he was killed in a car wreck on Saturday, football coach Jay Wilson said.
Bless your heart to the oil dealers and the kerosene refineries. Why is kerosene $8 a gallon? Please tell me. We use a lot of kerosene. Thank you.
There is a big issue regarding family court and its proceedings: An unprecedented number of cases are being scheduled at the same time leaving families from all different backgrounds more vulnerable than they should have been.
Wonder how Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau feels now that U.S. President Joe Biden is turning to Venezuela to ramp up oil for Western markets?
Since I teach part time at a small public university in Alabama, I’m hardly surprised by the voting preferences of the young adults who turned out in surprising numbers for the midterm elections earlier this month. According to exit polls, 63% of young adults voted for Democrats. They obviou…
Recently, both Ticketmaster and FTX crashed.
BYH to the falsely entitled who constantly use the fire lane at every Food Lion in Pitt County. Store managers, grow a set and put a stop to it or remove the fire lane and paint regular parking stripes.
In August 2014 I visited Paris, France. I embarked on a solo afternoon with a short list of to-dos. One, I had to visit the Eiffel Tower. Two, I had to eat crepes filled with cookie butter spread at a food stand and, three, I had to go to a French patisserie to buy and eat macarons.
A recent study showed that physical activity is a simple, cost-effective way of enhancing vaccine effectiveness to lessen the risk of severe COVID-19 illness requiring hospital admission. Don’t let the holidays keep you from exercizing and eating healthy.
When it comes to a dessert, a baked upside-down anything is a winner — even when it’s a mistake. A tarte Tatin is a classic French upside-down fruit tart, traditionally made with apples. It’s named for the Tatin sisters, who created the upside-down caramelized tart, purportedly by accident, …
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s 21st annual Christmas Homes Tour to benefit Community Crossroads Center will feature five homes including a sorority house decorated for the holidays.
We had the Mississippi River to ourselves — at least for a little while a few weeks ago.
Thanksgiving weekend generally marks the green light for Christmas music like Labor Day is the red light to white shoes. Or does it?