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30th Annual Farmville Dogwood Festival underway


1st Tiny House NC Street Festival held in Pink Hill


JUST IN: Brett Young to headline 2017 MumFest concert


250 attend 'March for Science' rally in Washington NC


Grifton Shad Festival going on through Sunday


ECU hosts 34th Annual Pigskin Pig-Out


Free OTC medication give-away in Duplin County


Beaufort Wine & Food Festival caters to Carteret County non-profits


ECU to host 'Fake News' discussion


Senior Games kick off today


ENC church drops Easter eggs from helicopter


Hundreds hunt Easter Eggs at Tryon Palace


Camping meets Bluegrass at the Spring Bluegrass Festival


Backyard Jam with Eric Paslay Saturday in New Bern


ECU Alumni Association presents 10th annual Pirate Alumni Road Race


Baseball returns to New Bern's Kafer Park


Miss Grifton Shad Queen crowned ahead of festival


Down East Heart Ball underway in Greenville


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