The City of Greenville needs to unify to improve economic opportunities and growth for the city and its citizens, said the founder of a Greenville nonprofit who announced her candidacy for mayor on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy has been recognized for his efforts to help veterans find treatment for brain injury and traumatic stress disorder.
The founder of a Greenville nonprofit that works to empower girls announced today she is running for the city’s mayoral seat.
As cyclists persevered through rain and wind, traveling 54 miles from Smithfield to Greenville on Tuesday, the memory of emergency medical staff who died in a 1987 helicopter crash persevered with them.
Emotions welled up as renowned violinist and violist Ara Gregorian took the stage recently to perform for residents of a local retirement community.
Despite a bit of weather in the early morning, locals got to enjoy a wonderful day in the neighborhood touring three Greenville restaurants by trolley as part of the city’s Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week.
Greenville’s Planning and Zoning Commission has signed off on one measure that would allow gun sales at indoor shooting facilities and another that would allow a self-storage facility at a site where apartments have been denied in Bells Fork.
N.C. Department of Transportation Division of Highways will hold a virtual session at 10 a.m. on Monday to help businesses learn more about contracting opportunities with the department.
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A large dorm-style housing development in Bell’s Fork is seeking approval to convert to traditional multi-family apartments.
Hailey Davenport is a junior volleyball player at John Paul II Catholic High School, who talked about her progression as a player and a teammate, what she does when she is able to get free time, why the Saints have struggled recently and what they can do to turn their season around in this w…
East Carolina’s Donnie Kirkpatrick walked into Wednesday’s post-practice news conference smiling and ready to talk like an offensive coordinator who just coached in a high-scoring victory.
They did so quietly and without any fanfare, but the D.H. Conley volleyball team gave its head coach her 500th career victory Tuesday night.
It is a friendship built upon a mutual love of running.
Brook Valley played host to the Tarheel Youth Golf Association’s Todd Kinlaw Memorial tournament last weekend, with a number of local youths participating.
Despite East Carolina’s 0-2 record at the time and trailing in the fourth quarter at Marshall, ECU football coach Mike Houston sensed Saturday night his players were plenty confident enough to beat the Thundering Herd.
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 1.3 million North Carolinians have contracted the coronavirus and nearly 16,000 have died. To say that the pandemic has devastated our communities wouldn’t do justice to the suffering that’s been caused.
Frederic Whitehurst’s letter in the Aug. 31 Public Forum (Rep. Murphy should direct outrage into alternatives) shows he’s open-minded, wise and patriotic.
About France and its submarines: Australia’s decision to cancel a $60 billion contract to buy them and purchase American nuclear subs instead had to hurt. In response, France’s foreign minister called the U.S.-backed move a “stab in the back,” and President Emmanuel Macron recalled his ambas…
Once again, a North Carolina court has decided that a voter ID law proposed by the Republican-led legislature was written with ill intent — racial bias, in particular — and struck it down as unconstitutional. The decision, declared by two of three trial judges, isn’t surprising, not only bec…
Bless your hearts to ECU and UNC for paying federal penalties (our tax dollars) for falsified and incomplete records for Americorps grants. Have any state employees been held accountable or will this be smoothed over like other state public employee failures? In the real world those responsi…
This is the year for discussing space tourism after Sir Richard Branson successfully took Virgin Galactic into space and returned safe and sound. It’s a wonderful time for a reminder that 60 years earlier, in 1961, Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (1934-1968) was, for all intents and purposes, the …
While debating heretics, early Christians used the Greek term “hypostasis” — meaning “substance” and “subsistence” — to help define their belief in the Incarnation of Jesus as one person, yet with divine and human natures.
Let’s talk about suicide. After all, September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Oh, you don’t think we should be talking about suicide? I see. It’s not that common, you say. And you think talking about suicide will put that thought in someone’s head.
Eat healthy, be physically active, make sure you and your children have clean hands and mask up with the right sized face covering.
If you are like me and enjoy homemade tomato sauce year-round, this recipe is for you. It’s a great way to use up any lingering tomatoes at the end of the season. If the season has already finished, you can still manage a decent sauce with your supermarket variety.
Two area writers will go before a panel of judges later this month to see who will become the 2021 Heart of the Pamlico Poet Laureate. The Pamlico Writers’ Group is hosting the competition at 4 p.m. on Sept. 26 at Pamlico Books, 149 N. Market St., Washington, N.C.
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