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Pitt County Schools students are beginning to use system-issued Chromebooks to respond to online questions from their classroom teachers. But many questions about the long-term effects of the coronavirus on schools across the state remain unanswered. Read more

Most community events are canceled or rescheduled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Please email cancellations to community@reflector.com along with any outreach related to the response and continuing community activities that are not affected. Read more

COVID-19 has upended our lives with school closures, business shutdowns, layoffs and general uncertainty over when life will return to normal. The Daily Reflector wants to know who has made a difference in how you are coping with this pandemic. Read more

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East Carolina football players left for spring break early in March on the heels of what Pirate second-year coach Mike Houston described as a stellar offseason to that point in terms of player strength and other areas. Read more

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East Carolina baseball coach Cliff Godwin is planning on three seniors — pitchers Tyler Smith, Matt Bridges and Cam Colmore — to be seniors again next year, pending an NCAA ruling that would allow seniors, at least in spring sports, to be eligible for one more season. Read more

Distance learning started Monday at East Carolina University with almost all of the Pirates’ 450 student-athletes living off campus or home, working out on their own and trying to stay on track with their academics. Read more

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East Carolina sixth-year baseball coach Cliff Godwin had his cell phone in his back pocket for his team’s pregame batting practice session on March 11 at UNC Wilmington, which he had never done before, because the Ivy League had just canceled all spring sports and that meant Columbia was not… Read more

Many community events are canceled or rescheduled due to the ongoing coronavirus response. Please email cancellations to community@reflector.com along with any outreach related to the response and continuing community activities that are not affected. Read more

Greenville’s mayor stopped short of issuing a stay-at-home order on Tuesday as stricter measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 loomed large over businesses and workers. Read more