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Abby: Wife can’t get past anger at husband

Dear Abby: My husband cheated on me and told me to find somebody else. He moved in with the other woman and spread lies about me, telling my in-laws that I had cheated on him.

  • March Go! Guide

    TODAY ‘Assassins’ The ECU School of Theatre and Dance will present the musical “Assassins” by John Weidman at 2 p.m. today and 8 p.m Monday-Tuesday.

  • Lost and found, pet news

    Lost and found pets and news frome area shelters and animal rescue organizations:

  • Pets for adoption

    Pets available for adoption through area shelters and animal rescue organizations:

  • Meeting place Feb. 28

    Barbershop Chorus: The Greenville Area Barbershop Chorus, “The Carolina Chord Connection,” meets at 7 p.m. Mondays at Jaycee Park, 2000 Cedar Lane.

  • Rosemond: Boomers grumble about grandchildren

    A recent article on grandparenting.com says that many baby boomers are experiencing difficulties in their relationships with adult children, including “not enough time together, not enough regular communication, not feeling needed or wanted ... not understanding why they aren’t closer.” That’s interesting.

WOODWARD: Payne’s final stage

Jada Payne said during a recent interview that her goal when she transferred from La Salle to East Carolina after her freshman year was to leave the ECU women’s basketball program in a better position than when she first arrived in Greenville.

  • UVa. wins, avoids sweep

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Adam Haseley rapped three hits and scored a pair of runs, and Tommy Doyle stifled East Carolina to two runs in seven-plus innings as No. 4 Virginia salvaged the Sunday baseball finale in a three-game series, 4-2.

  • Bulldogs split doubleheader

    WINTERVILLE — A few mid-game miscues helped to unravel a potential sweep by the Pitt Community College baseball team in its home openers on a sunny Saturday afternoon that quickly turned dark and chilly.

  • Cavs too much for Heels

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Malcolm Brogdon scored 26 points and No. 3 Virginia used a 16-5 second-half run to break open a tie game and hold off No. 7 North Carolina 79-74 on Saturday night, the Cavaliers’ 19th consecutive home victory.

  • Pirates top Cavs again

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Red-hot East Carolina got another strong outing from Jacob Wolfe, who allowed one run over six innings, and Luke Bolka drove in a career-high four runs to help ECU beat No. 4 Virginia 6-1 on Saturday afternoon.

  • Panthers, Jaguars remain in title chase

    BETHEL — North Pitt senior Dorian Sharp wasted little time putting her mark on her first game back from suspension Saturday night, scoring the first basket of the Panthers’ game against Bunn.

North Carolina editorial: Career status

The fight over teacher “tenure” in North Carolina has arrived at the state Supreme Court, and it’s fair to predict that a Republican-dominated court will likely back a move by GOP lawmakers to end career status for public school teachers.

  • Letter: Accept flawed Cam

    Not a Cam fan — we don’t care! On acting like a 3-year-old: Cam’s young. His sadness and exuberance show on his face.

  • Letter: An appreciative Scout

    After reading two recent Bless Your Heart letters regarding some dissatisfaction with scouting, I am more appreciative than ever of my scout troop and its leaders.

  • Guest column: ECU students support bond

    On Jan. 25, the Student Government Association passed a resolution to support Connect NC, a $2 billion bond package that will provide essential support to East Carolina University as well as the entire eastern North Carolina region.

  • Dionne: Two political family legacies

    The Clinton political dynasty is still alive. The Bush dynasty has been routed.

  • Editorial: Meeting state’s teacher demand

    The people of eastern North Carolina should not take public education for granted, but speak loudly in support of East Carolina University’s role as the state’s leading producer of teachers, a mission seriously challenged in recent years.

Storm: Small acts of kindness

Campaign season is a time of big talk and bigger promises.

  • Peele: McConnell acquires courses

    Members of Brook Valley Country Club have membership privilege at two more McConnell golf courses.

  • Rutledge: If stink bugs were edible

    My mother is looking forward to springtime, when she can get out of the house and go hunting.

  • UConn visit provides chance to witness greatness

    The doors to Minges Coliseum opened 90 minutes before Saturday’s scheduled 8 p.m. start, and by the hundreds they shuffled in, filling both sidelines of the lower level.

  • Clark: We’re returning to Jura

    This summer, after some 212 years, we’ll be returning to Jura.

  • PEELE: Cash tourney coming to Ayden

    The Kinesiology Graduate Student Organization and the Captain Christopher Cash Memorial Foundation will hold a benefit golf tournament at Ayden Golf and Country Club on April 16.

‘We can’t hide our head in the sand’

She was an honor student and first chair violin.

Plymouth native among top firefighters

ATHENS, Ala. — Of the more than 5,000 firefighters in Alabama, Nick Alexander of Athens is one of the “less than one percent” known as a Smoke Diver.

NCAA

Bless your heart
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