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ECU recognizes outstanding alumni ahead of Homecoming


Craven County announces Principal of the Year


Onslow County Schools names Principal of the Year


UNC president visits ECU's campus


BCCC unearths 25-year-old time capsule


Winterville middle school students take part in anti-bullying performance


Pitt County Schools names Principal and Assistant Principal of the Year


Beaufort County high school students learn about art careers


New report ranks ECU #1 in North Carolina for online education


Third charter school could be coming to Pitt County


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


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