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As hundreds of students dove into frigid water at the Eakin Student Recreation Center, amid rain preceding an incoming winter storm, there was no absence of warm feelings.
A 19-year-old was shot in the arm and leg early Thursday in the parking lot of an East 10th Street apartment complex, according to a Greenville Police Department report.
A forecast of 3-5 inches of snow and sleet in addition to a coating of ice has spurred closures as officials continue to monitor forecasts.Pitt County Schools has announced that schools will be closed Friday for both students and staff. The day is not scheduled as a remote learning day, a di…
More than $500,000 from the state’s Parks and Recreation Trust Fund will help improve outdoor spaces for Greenville and Simpson.
Nearly a dozen streets will be resurfaced while 50 more will undergo preservation work in the near future after the Greenville City Council approved two street repair contracts.
A forecast of four inches or more of snow and a coating of sleet already has spurred closures as officials continue to monitor forecasts.
A washer and dryer were reported stolen from a home in the 1600 block of Old Fire Tower Road at 9:41 p.m. on Tuesday.
A Greenville manufacturing plant has announced it is closing its doors by January 2023, taking with it 475 jobs.
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Amiya Joyner is a senior on the Farmville Central High School girls’ basketball team.
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The East Carolina men’s basketball team has shown it can bury opponents under a mound of points. But the Pirates seem to leave the shovel, a ladder and a roadmap to the surface within arm’s reach as they are still figuring out how to close out games.
D.H. Conley used a 10-0 run in the opening quarter and never looked back on its way to a 70-52 victory over visiting New Bern in a key Big Carolina 3A/4A Conference clash Tuesday night.
I write in response to Father Bob Hudak’s Jan. 8 letter requesting research into the “collateral damage” that occurs by inviting a data processing site such as Compute North into our community. My expertise is in the history of human trafficking, not in cryptocurrency. But a connection exist…
BYH. The Agnes Fullilove School building is a beautiful historical building that should be saved and preserved.
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I don't know about you, but both as a participant and a spectator, I have always looked to sports as a refuge. A refuge from what? Well, what have you got? Work, politics, public controversy, pretty much everything this column is normally about.
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After a COVID-19 driven timeout last year, March for Life returns this year to Washington, D.C., for the 49th year, noting the anniversary of and support to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision of Jan. 22, 1973. This began the era of legal abortion in the USA.
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During these dreary winter days, gardeners yearn for some sign of color to bring indoors to promise that spring is on its way. However, the garden has little to offer in the way of colorful cut flowers for indoor bouquets in January and February.
Hopefully over the recent winter holidays you found some time to take a few walks outside. (It’s a good habit, you know.) Perhaps you’ve even been able to involve yourself in what could affectionately be termed a “botany walk.”
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“I bought more broccoli because I knew you were coming,” my mother informed me.