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Community mourning pastor, former North Pitt High School principal


Discover your purpose at the Women's Empowerment Weekend


Junior Women's Association hosting "Touch A Truck" April 1st


Dozens gather for launch of 'The Westgate Project'


'Operation Spring Clean' kicks off Sunday


Zay Jones featured at Aces for Autism fundraiser event


'Match Madness' Tournament highlights need for bone marrow


Dozens participate in Community Tree Day


"Storm the Stadium" coming to Dowdy-Ficklen


Greenville Museum of Art hosting Fine Arts Ball this Saturday


Thousands attend 26th Annual Emerald Isle St. Patrick's Day Festival


Emerald Isle St. Patrick's Day Festival continues Saturday


Connecticut college students spend spring break building a home in New Bern


101.9 Kiss FM hosts Day Without a Woman luncheon


FBI gives Kinston teen community leadership award for his nonprofit


Hundreds turn out for Ainsley's Angels Run in Jacksonville


First responders canvass community installing smoke alarms


Teens get free prom dresses at 'Project Cinderella' event


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Paul Manafort to Voluntarily Go Before House Intel Committee in Russia Probe

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