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Greater Bath Foundation hosting Memorial Day Celebration on Saturday

Maddie's Fund provides first free dog pen in Pitt County

King's of 'Q' BBQ Festival underway in Ayden

Barbershop show raises money for homeless shelter

Officers run with Flame of Hope to raise money for Special Olympics athletes

Jacksonville working on partnership to provide a pool for the public

New Bern police announce Weekend of Peace and Unity

Barbershop chorus show to benefit Community Crossroads Center

Blue Angels arrive at Seymour Johnson AFB ahead of air show

Shred-A-Thon events coming to three local counties Saturday

Duplin County goat gives birth to quadruplets for the second time

Explore Pitt County's finest businesses at the Pitt County Business Expo on Friday

Pitt County women's organization brings in renowned photographer for luncheon

Umbrella Market returning to Uptown Greenville

Carteret County hosting Shred-A-Thon event on Saturday

'Reelin for Research' raises $517,000 for UNC Children's Hospital

30th Annual Farmville Dogwood Festival underway

1st Tiny House NC Street Festival held in Pink Hill

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