A list of Pitt County Schools being considered for open enrollment remains largely unchanged in the last three years.
Charges in Jan. 1 shooting death of a man in Grimesland will have to be decided by the Pitt County District Attorney’s Office, the sheriff’s office said.
Pitt County Schools’ employees will receive a share of nearly $7 million in bonus pay this month, a school official said Monday.
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Pitt County government is considering new capital projects that total $13 million as well as increasing the budget for a proposed law enforcement building from $6 million to up to $13 million.
The Pitt County Board of Education voted Monday to require that parents be notified about books their children are assigned to read in class. The vote, taken in a special-called meeting, was in response to a complaint from a parent about sexually explicit content and profanity in books assig…
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A man remains under medical care after a Friday domestic incident that put him and a second victim in the hospital.
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Players and coaches with the East Carolina baseball team talked plenty about culture and tradition during Monday’s media day, and how those words lay the foundation for success on the field.
FARMVILLE — After a slow start, the Farmville Central basketball team used a 15-0 run in the first quarter to take control of the game on its way to a 96-56 victory over visiting Ayden-Grifton in an Eastern Plains 2A Conference contest Tuesday night.
The East Carolina women’s basketball team is handing out head starts, and the Pirates aren’t fast enough to catch up.
After enjoying a successful semester in the classroom, the East Carolina women’s swimming and diving team earned Scholar All-America Team honors as selected by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America for the fall campaign.
The East Carolina baseball team has appeared in plenty of national preseason rankings this winter, and can be found perched in the Top 15 in four different polls, slotted anywhere from No. 8 to No. 15.
The East Carolina men’s basketball team gave itself no chance in a non-competitive, 79-36, loss to No. 10 Houston on the road on Saturday.
The great poet William Cullen Bryant said “Truth, crushed to earth, shall rise again.” In other words, what’s done in the dark shall come to light, and that includes a lack of transparency and hiding the truth. For numerous years, I have been on the battlefield fighting for justice; as one s…
When I was a fourth-grader in the segregated schools of Alabama, I was taught history from a textbook called “Know Alabama.” The book was written by a man named Frank Owsley, and it glorified slavery, deified Confederates and defended the Ku Klux Klan.
President Joe Biden has taken the Democrat Party to new lows. The Dems have lost 14 points in 12 months in a recent Gallop poll on who the American people want to run the country. Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris’ polling numbers are at historic lows for this time in their term.
Undermining voter participation privileges partisanship over democracy, whether it’s through distorted one-party districts (gerrymandering), or voter suppression. We need to consider not only strategies that re-configure districts fairly, maybe blindly, but also alternative voting methods th…
BYH U.S. Post Office, but I think you should change your motto from “neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow, etc.” to just plain “maybe.”
Donald Trump had four years to run our country. He did some good things, but his divisiveness and vitriol certainly didn’t bring America closer together.
As noted, I view January as bowl-food month. Therefore, I shall close out the month with an ambitious stew. I won’t lie — it’s a bit of a project. But hey, since many of us are homebound and hunkering down, why not roll up our sleeves and have some fun with this recipe?
The vicious, ambitious black swallower fish is biting off more than it chews.
Dear Dr. June: Last year I fell in love. We met at a friend’s party and just connected. I was visiting her for a week’s vacation and ended up spending more time with him. When I left we stayed in touch and saw each other every weekend. I felt his love and he felt mine. This went on for eight months and he was talking about moving. I was so happy. Then one weekend he didn’t show up and said he ...
I was kicked off Facebook. You may be asking, what in the world did Calvin do to get kicked off social media? Here’s my story, with its twists and turns, and a lesson or two.
Q My 3-year-old is fearful of trying anything new, including things that other children his age love to do such as swinging on a swing, sliding down a slide and splashing in a pool. I feel like I should begin talking to him about what to do in case of a fire in our house and “stranger danger…