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Trying to Spare Local Bases

Updated: 10/05/2004 - North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Beverly Perdue called the Tarheel State "America's Military Base," as she urged one of the top Department of Defense officials to spare bases in a realignment and closure process.

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Murder Arrest In Wilson County

Updated: 10/04/2004 - An outing on four wheelers ended with a murder in Wilson County. The sheriffs office arrested 65-year-old James Frank Ezzell for the murder of 35-year-old Mark-Matthew Carlini.

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Hospital Plans Move Forward

Updated: 10/04/2004 - A new partnership in Onslow County could lead to a new hospital in Jacksonville.

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Make-A-Wish Comes True

Updated: 10/04/2004 - One special little girl in New Bern, who is in remission from a rare type of cancer, is getting her biggest wish granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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New City Manager Visits Town

Updated: 10/04/2004 - Greenville's new city manager, who starts later this month, was in town Monday to meet with city officials.

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Halloween Decorations Already Selling

Updated: 10/04/2004 - It’s October 3, and if you haven't flipped your calendar from September, you may have forgotten that Halloween is this month. But you may be the only person to forget because sales are already up for the holiday.

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Seafood Festival A Success

Updated: 10/03/2004 - The third day of the North Carolina Seafood Festival successfully came and went on Sunday.

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Crimestoppers Telethon Kicks Off

Updated: 10/04/2004 - It's sort of a mix between karaoke and MTV, local people starring in music videos, but lip-syncing for a good cause, the Pitt Greenville Crimestoppers.

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Play Day Lands In Greenville

Updated: 10/03/2004 - A nationwide celebration is underway. And whether you know it or not, your kids probably participated in it, that is if they played Saturday.

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First Ever River Festival for Pitt County

Updated: 10/02/2004 - While it may have been the 18th Annual North Carolina Seafood Festival in Morehead City, it was the first ever River Festival in Greenville Saturday.

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Seafood Festival Lands on Morehead City

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Months of planning have come to fruition along the Crystal Coast waterfront in Morehead City as the North Carolina Seafood Festival kicked off Friday.

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Decorative Horses To Go On Sale

Updated: 10/03/2004 - The colorful, artisticly painted horses along the Outer Banks will be sold as part of a regional fundraiser, to help out the real thing.

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Flu Shots Already in Area Centers

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Flu season is right around the corner and health care workers are already prepared to give the flu shot to anyone who wants one.

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New Church Center For Everyone

Posted: 10/01/2004 - It's called the family life center, and it's a facility one local church in Greenville, has worked for years to build.

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Steam Explosion at Mount St. Helens

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Mount St. Helens released a thick plume of white steam Friday afternoon, more than a week after a flurry of earthquakes began in the region.

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Bush, Kerry Do Battle on Iraq in Debate

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Both men used well-rehearsed lines during their face-to-face encounter, but this was the first time each man had to listen to the criticism at close quarters.

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