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Domestic call results in drug charges for Craven County man


Great Trent River Raft Race returning to New Bern this weekend


Learning trail opens for children in Craven County


Greenville heart photo inspires kindness


NEW INFO: Troopers identify man killed in Highway 55 crash


Police investigate two overnight shootings in Kinston


State transfers control of troubled Windsor charter school


ATLANTIC BEACH: Condo workers find vacationer dead in beach chair


Wireless internet back on in Hookerton after injunction


Former Lenoir County commissioner dies at 74


Heat advisory issued for southern Eastern Carolina counties for third straight day


Greenville road closure extends for additional day


Carolina V-Twin hosts motorcycle safety event following fatal crash


Construction begins on new 911 center in Martin County


Cool off with some National Smoothie Day deals on first day of summer


Self-driving tractors among technology revolutionizing farming in ENC


Nine rehabilitated sea turtles released on OBX


Craven Community College starts new training program


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