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Dixon rally protests inaction

Advocates and community members delivered fiery and passionate messages on Sunday about justice being miscarried and efforts to get answers in an ongoing investigation.

  • Official: Fair is going places

    New rides and good weather resulted in a successful week for the Pitt County American Legion Fair that ended on Sunday.

  • Radio contract to be discussed

    The Pitt County Board of Commissioners will decide if they will award a contract to a consultant working on a plan for improving the county’s emergency radio system.

  • International Day of Peace observed

    East Carolina University’s School of Art and Design Youth Program displayed a peace pole and peace quilt at Sheppard Memorial Library on Sunday in observance of the International Day of Peace.

  • School suspensions discussed

    A federal investigation following allegations of racial discrimination in how Pitt County Schools disciplines students prompted a town hall meeting to find possible solutions.

  • ECU trustees assess enrollment

    Officials at East Carolina University dissected preliminary enrollment numbers and are continuing to find ways to combat downward trends for graduate school.

Judge: Man in 9/11 airport hoax should be freed


  • Pedestrian killed in Raleigh

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A motorist who struck and killed a pedestrian Saturday night along a busy Raleigh thoroughfare faces a drunken driving charge.

  • One killed, two injured in Sunday crash

    FAYETTEVILLE — One person was killed and two others were seriously injured in a crash at a Fayetteville intersection.

  • Pedestrian killed in Raleigh

    RALEIGH — A pedestrian was killed Saturday night along a busy Raleigh thoroughfare.

  • Man killed in shooting at apartment complex

    WHITEVILLE — Authorities in eastern North Carolina say they have no leads in a deadly Friday night shooting.

  • Republicans highlight positives of voter ID law

    RALEIGH — With all the legal wrangling and vocal protests about North Carolina's new election changes, you'd think legislators who helped pass the wide-reaching 2013 law might keep quiet about that support as General Assembly elections approach.

Man faces charges in shooting

A Winterville man was arrested for a shooting that occurred on Saturday, the Greenville Police Department reported. Keiston Carney, 26, of 446 Gayle Blvd. was arrested at 3 p.m. Saturday.

  • Man shot dead near airport

    A man was charged with murder and arrested after deputies found a man's body in Greenville Sunday morning, the Pitt County Sheriff's Office reported.

  • Driver robbed near ECU

    A delivery driver was robbed on Saturday night near East Carolina University, according to an ECU campus alert.

  • Wreck report: Motorcyclist injured

    A motorcyclist was injured in a wreck on Sept. 10 when a driver pulled out in front of him on Charles Boulevard, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Robbery near ECU campus

    A strong arm robbery occurred on Saturday night near East Carolina University, according to an ECU campus alert.

  • Man arrested for shooting

    A Winterville man was arrested for a shooting that occurred on Saturday, the Greenville Police Department reported.

Financial health: Prevent water damage

I went out of town for 19 consecutive days this summer on a business trip. While I was gone my air conditioning system’s drain clogged, causing water to back up in the drain pan.

  • Financal health: Long-term care

    If your health declines as you get older and you need to pay someone to help take care of you in your home (personal care), how much care could you afford and how long could you afford to pay for that?

  • Explaining Smart Beta funds

    Nearly every individual who has money invested in stocks owns some, if not all, of these stocks through a mutual fund company.

  • Business incubator doubles size

    A partnership that provides space for entrepreneurs to seed and grow their businesses has doubled in size and offers them greater accessibility, organizers said Wednesday.

  • Job effort focuses on second chances

    An initiative that helps former felons apply for jobs has gained a foothold in Greenville and other North Carolina cities, and advocates are hoping for a statewide expansion.

  • Development fills city block

    It is nearly impossible to visit downtown Greenville without noticing the growing $42 million development bounded by Evans, Cotanche and Eighth streets and Reade Circle.

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