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In early July, the Craven County Board of Commissioners voted against a resolution to support the passage of an Equal Rights Amendment by North Carolina's... [Read More]
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Hundreds of animals at the Pitt County Animal Shelter need a place to go. [Read More]
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The city of Jacksonville was passed over for a national grant that would provide funding for local police. But they're actually happy about the rejection. [Read More]
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The Music Academy of Eastern Carolina hosted their annual summer music camp for kids and youth with autism this week. [Read More]
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Police are trying to identify a female suspect involved in a theft case reported at 'Flip Flops Gift Shop" located in Emerald Isle on Thursday. [Read More]
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In this week's 9 On Your Side Pet Visit we welcome Sol. He is from the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina and looking for her... [Read More]
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Two men have been arrested on several drug charges after deputies said they found 4 kilos of cocaine during a traffic stop in Nash County. [Read More]
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A man was arrested Tuesday after deputies said he obtained $3,500 for a roof job that was not completed. [Read More]
ONSLOW COUNTY, N.C. (WNCT)- At their August 14, 2018, meeting, the Onslow County Board of Education unanimously voted to hire the North Carolina School Boards... [Read More]
While emotions are still high after the death of Aretha Franklin, music is still at the center of her legacy. [Read More]
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Tags: Autopsy - ECU - Football
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A former Kinston priest was named in a grant jury report that cited the names of 301 Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania who had molested... [Read More]
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Less than 24 hours after her passing, local artists talk about the impact Aretha Franklin had on their careers. [Read More]
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Hundreds of students are moving into housing in Uptown Greenville ahead of classes... [Read More]
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Tags: Local - parents - share
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For the 38 businesses in Uptown Greenville, the return of students is a welcome sight. [Read More]
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CenturyLink phone services in Beaufort County, along with several other areas in Eastern North Carolina, went silent on Friday for a few hours. [Read More]
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