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Those effected by Hurricane Florence had the chance to attend a free clinic in Craven County Saturday to get assistance from pro-bono attorneys. [Read More]
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Multiple dogs in Pitt County have fallen ill to the canine virus, "Parvo." [Read More]
Though the Contentnea Creek has already crested, and the water levels have slowly started to recede, main roads in the town of Hookerton are still... [Read More]
Mon health EMS has opened a new EMS station in Monongalia County. [Read More]
902 Church in Kinston has been serving up hot meals to service members all week. [Read More]
The recovery center in the Willis Building at ECU just opened its doors on Tuesday and has already seen donations pour in. [Read More]
The city of Kinston is bracing for Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Governor Cooper visited Hurricane Florence staging sites in Kinston Wednesday and met with emergency management. [Read More]
The two-day event Bike MS: Historic New Bern Ride 2018 kicked off Saturday at Union Point Park. [Read More]
Volunteers spent Saturday morning at Lawson Creek Park in New Bern with Sound River Keepers recovering trash and debris from the waterway. [Read More]
In Greenville, the Boys and Girls Club is hosting their biggest fundraiser event Friday night. [Read More]
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. One group of men in New Bern are helping each other battle one of life's toughest challenges, disease. [Read More]
Greenville Fire/Rescue is still looking for future firefighters. [Read More]
Pharmacies have been under scrutiny in the last few years from researchers in the medical field who want them to stop selling tobacco products in... [Read More]
Governor Roy Cooper visited Kinston's Global Transpark to meet with the North Carolina Defense Industry's Diversification Initiative team on Tuesday. [Read More]
A representative from Electricities, a company in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, is visiting Lenoir County schools this week educating students on energy-based jobs. [Read More]
ECU fans tailgated for the first time on Saturday kicking off the opening season game against North Carolina A&T. [Read More]
The G.I. Joe Living History Museum in Kinston is getting a new home. [Read More]
The Centers for Disease says sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise and have been for the past five years. [Read More]
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