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WITN's 2017 Toys For Tots Drive has concluded


The Great Toy Takeaway collecting gently used toys


Vidant Beaufort Hospital hosts Lights of Love tree lighting ceremony


Santa brings snow and cheer for Ayden's Christmas parade


Greenville Gives & Tree Lighting Ceremony happening Friday


Jacksonville organization gives out over 1,000 Thanksgiving meals


Community comes together for Thanksgiving feast at Greenville church


Greenville center serves up Thanksgiving feast to community


Uptown Craft & Vendor Market preparing for Small Business Saturday


PET OF THE WEEK: Thelma


Greenville Cops and Barbers program donates nearly 200 turkeys


Annual Jacksonville Christmas Holiday Parade


Local kid's tribute song to victims of failed prison break goes viral


Veterans Day events in Eastern Carolina


WITN's Sunrise Pet of the Week: Phoebe


Carteret Community College hosting Career and Technology Expo Tuesday


'Wreaths Across America' fundraising for New Bern National Cemetery


Ronald McDonald House celebrating 30th anniversary with "Red Party" gala


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