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Farm uses horses to help veterans struggling with PTSD

Community Pop Singers performing free concert Friday

Pitt County Health Department celebrates World Breastfeeding Month

Washington church hosting event with Christian films actress

Koinonia Christian Center holding free marriage conference

Ultimate Pre-Game Party benefits Boys & Girls clubs

Back to School: Science for kids

Community 'Teen Scene Day' gets families ready for school

Two more summer dates for Martin County's Main Street Market

2018 Harley Davidson Fatboy raffle benefits sick Pitt County Sheriff's deputy

Call Before You Dig: North Carolina 811 reminds property owners of free service

National Night Out events across Eastern Carolina

Ronald McDonald House preparing for annual Character Breakfast

Fishing crew crowned kings of the river in local tournament

Local theater group performing unique musical about musical writers

Miracle Treat Day: Dairy Queen blizzards benefit Children's Miracle Network

Vidant Health celebrating August as World Breastfeeding Month

Softball tournament aims to unite community and police

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