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Church honors living legends

“The Three J’s” accepted proclamations and praise Saturday afternoon as they were honored as “living legends” at New Covenant Community Church.

  • Warm gift made by loving hands

    Get involvedHazel Wiggins, 83, said she didn’t think she could do it — her eyesight is too poor.

  • Farmers eye immigration action

    President Barack Obama’s executive action last week aimed at millions of undocumented immigrants likely will affect the economy and culture of Pitt County and eastern North Carolina, area experts said.

  • Aycock legacy fuels ECU debate

    East Carolina University officials last week debated a revision to its facilities and activities naming process, a step they deemed necessary before moving forward with a possible change to one of the university’s residence halls.

  • Dental bus makes local stop

    A local health clinic offered $10,000 worth of services for nearly 80 people on Saturday.

  • Hardy grabs NCAA record

    The most prolific pass-catcher in college football history is a former non-scholarship walk-on quarterback from Vanceboro.

Program helps Alamance students develop job skills

BURLINGTON, N.C. (AP) — When patients move in and out of cardiology at Alamance Regional Medical Center, Jason Roby steps in. "I clean up the room for the next patient to come into the room," said Roby, 19. "Some days it gets busy." Roby is a student at Western Alamance High School in the exceptional children's program.

  • Labor group in NC protests for higher wages

    GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — A labor group is demanding higher wages and full-time work for North Carolina Walmart workers as the holiday shopping season ramps up.

  • Program helps Alamance students develop job skills

    BURLINGTON, N.C. (AP) — When patients move in and out of cardiology at Alamance Regional Medical Center, Jason Roby steps in. "I clean up the room for the next patient to come into the room," said Roby, 19. "Some days it gets busy." Roby is a student at Western Alamance High School in the exceptional children's program.

  • 3 arrested at protest against gay-rights group

    GREENSBORO — Three gay-rights advocates are charged with damaging property after confronting protesters outside a North Carolina fundraiser celebrating same-sex marriage and other social changes.

  • 2 prison escapees captured in McDowell County

    MARION — Two young men who escaped from a North Carolina prison are back in custody after nearly a week on the loose.

  • 2 killed, 1 injured in Winston-Salem car crash

    WINSTON-SALEM — Two Kernersville men died and a third injured after their sports car ran off a road and crashed into several parked cars.

Crime: Man arrested for pointing gun

A Williamston man was arrested for pointing a shotgun at two people in their home early Sunday morning, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported,Agustin Romero Ovando, 25, of 1088 Reno Lane was charged with assault by pointing a gun.

  • Wrecks: Three hurt on Charles

    Three people were injured when a driver pulled in front of another on Charles Boulevard near Bells Fork Road, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • DWI report: Man hits tree

    A Greenville man was charged with driving while impaired after he was involved in a single car accident on Nov. 13 on Blackjack-Simpson Road.

  • Fire destroys local home

    An early morning fire destroyed a couple’s home near Greenville Country Club on Saturday as firefighters were hampered by lack of water in the area.

  • Pitt County Grand Jury

    The following people were indicted on felony charges on November 12 by a Pitt County grand jury. All information, including addresses, is from court records.

  • Fire destroys Greenville home

    An early morning fire destroyed a couple’s home near the Greenville Country Club Saturday as firefighters were hampered by lack of water in the area.

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