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Windsor finally qualifies for state assistance after floods


ECU welcomes thousands of students on move-in day


Petition to remove Confederate statue from Pitt County Courthouse reaches goal


Polish-American Kinston residents recall Holocaust in trip to Poland


Greenville vigil held in response to Charlottesville violence


Rep. Jones to head to Pollocksville Wednesday evening


OBX OUTAGE: Community asked to speak about massive power outage


Thirteen people arrested on weapons and drug charges in Greenville


PCC backpack drive continues


Windsor residents weigh in on Confederate statute in town


New Dixon Middle School ready for students


Hurricane Gert brings high risk for rip currents to entire coast


Man dies while trying to rescue swimmer


Local groups to hold candlelight vigil for Charlottesville


'PEP' meeting hoping to prevent crime, increase public awareness


Relief for Duplin County man who walked ten miles to college


Groundbreaking Tuesday for workforce center in New Bern


Busy week in Greenville with ECU students moving back


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Jack Posobiec, a right-wing activist who brought attention to debunked conspiracy theories, is a naval intelligence officer.

Navy to Commission New Warship in Middle East

The USS Lewis B. Puller will now be able to conduct military operations under the laws of armed conflict.

What's Next After Baltimore Yanks Confederate Statues?

City leaders had vowed to remove the city's four Confederacy-linked monuments following the deadly violence in Virginia over the weekend.

He's All White: Racists Praise Trump as 'Honest Man'

Many white nationalists are rejoicing after President Trump reverted back to blaming "both sides" in the deadly Charlottesville protests over the weekend.