WINTERVILLE — The Winterville Town Council has taken steps to begin the formation of a human relations council and is considering the display of an anti-racism message in town.
Sunday, July 12, 2020
A clinical trial at ECU testing a drug that might mitigate the effects of COVID-19 has the largest number of participants in the country, its lead researcher said.
The sound that Freeman Vines heard more than 50 years ago so reverberated with this artist that he would spend much of the rest of his life searching for it.
Timothy Duffy, who has been photographing and recording artists across the South for more than 30 years, describes Greene County native Freeman Vines as a poet.
The Pitt County Board of Commissioners on Monday is scheduled to consider a $1.15 million contract to purchase body camera equipment for the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office.
An important part of instruction received by geological sciences majors at East Carolina University includes knowledge and skills gained in the field. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, student experiences went digital this summer.
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Friday, July 10, 2020
As anti-pipeline activists celebrate the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, the unintended consequences are likely to be fewer jobs and more carbon emissions, representatives of labor and the energy sector said.
RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday signed a Medicaid transformation bill that ends years of wrangling with legislators over the issue.
Haddock’s Orchards is the vendor of the week at the Leroy James Farmers Market, 4560 County Home Road. The farm on County Home Road is a mainstay at the market.
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Total enrollment for the fall semester at East Carolina University is down by less than 1 percent despite coronavirus concerns and safety measures including a number of remote classes.
Fans of Sunday in the Park have waited six weeks to take their places at the Town Common for free, weekly summer concerts. Now it looks like they will have to stand by at least four more weeks for the music to make its return.
Thursday, July 09, 2020
State and local Republicans accused Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday of thwarting a state convention to be held in Greenville, while Cooper said the state’s advice on the matter was based on health concerns.
WINTERVILLE — As Spencer Crawford prepares to enter the workforce, Pitt Community College instructor Scott Temple can’t help but feel proud, knowing his former student’s path to a community and regional planning career began in one of his humanities courses.
GUC is weighing an agreement that will provide a discount on future natural gas purchases.
The Humane Society of Eastern Carolina is set to reopen today following a four-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.