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Women's March organizer speaking at ECU MLK Jr. Day event


Boys and Girls Club kids draw portraits of influential African Americans for MLK Day


Hundreds gather to pack meals for MLK Day of Service


MLK Jr. Day events in Eastern Carolina


Salon owner offers free haircuts for cancer patients during fundraiser


PET OF THE WEEK: Reigha


ENCDF presenting "The Little Mermaid" to benefit Make-A-Wish


New Bern welcomes its newest graduates of Citizens Police Academy


Vidant welcomes first babies born in 2018


PIGS AND PICKLES: Eastern Carolina rings in 2018


Airman's family welcomes first baby born in Onslow County in 2018


SAVING GRACES: Spanky is available for adoption


PET OF THE WEEK: Jovie


Family foundation raises $34,000 for local nonprofits in memory of daughter


Havelock Animals Shelter pushing to get animals homes for Christmas


PET OF THE WEEK: Wiley


Pitt County's new deputy fighting crime while fighting illnesses


Construction crews drop off hundreds of toys at Greenville children's hospital


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