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Pitt County mom selling bracelets to support daughter's autism program

Pitt County Schools announces improved graduation rates, growth standards

ECU sees record enrollment for Fall 2017

Enrollment increase for NC historically black university

Kinston police advise parents to have safety talks with kids

First lab school for elementary school kids opens in Greenville

Teachers gearing up, preparing classrooms for new school year

Onslow County Schools making safety upgrades to buses after fatal accident

State superintendent speaks to hundreds of educators in Jacksonville

First day of classes at Carteret Community College

Onslow County Schools holds meeting on handling crime on campus

Greenville Housing Authority summer camp wraps up

State superintendent visits Jones County schools, talks consolidation

Autism Society's Camp Awesome in Winterville wraps up

National survey names Pamlico Community College as best in the country

BCCC improving campus for students with disabilities

First day of school begins for Craven Early College

Greenville elementary school shows off building's new wing

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