SAVING GRACES: Ginger is available for adoption

Boy Scout Chili Cook-off on Saturday

Endangered baby goose named Sandwich visits Sunrise


Eastern North Carolina Boat Sale this weekend

Empty Bowls fundraiser in New Bern

Freedom Classic this weekend in Kinston

Service commemorating first line of duty fire fighter death in the state

Washington County Schools launching early college high school

Kinston Zumba instructor wins worldwide award, gets studio makeover


"A Taste of Mardi Gras" to benefit Pitt Community College

24th Annual Old Ford Fire Department Rodeo this weekend

SAVING GRACES: Jazzy is available for adoption

Greenville's Whirligig Stage puts spin on Shakespeare

"The Sound of Music" at The Oakwood School

Kicking Cancer with Cuisine event sold out

PETS OF THE WEEK: Sammy and Gabby

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Tribal Justice Coming Down on Outsiders Now

American Indian tribes are hailing a pilot project to let them prosecute non-members as an important expansion of their justice systems.

Hillary To Trump Foes: Keep Up 'Resistance And Persistence'

Hillary Clinton rallied the White House opposition Friday with a videotaped message urging "resistance plus persistence" that she delivered via President Donald Trump's favorite form of communication — by Twitter.

Controversial Pipeline Set to Run Through N.J. Forest Preserve

'As a priest, I will pray for you when you stand before the throne of God and you are asked to give an accounting of your stewardship of this special ecological area,' said pipeline opponent Rev. David Stump, a Catholic priest from Jersey City. 'May God have mercy on your souls.'

DHS Announces Border Wall Design Pitches Request

DHS announced online Friday that it intends to provide contractors an opportunity to offer proposals for the design and building of 'several prototype wall structures in the vicinity of the United States border with Mexico.'

North Carolina Billboard Turns Heads Proclaiming 'Real Men Provide'

A billboard in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, that reads 'Real men provide, real women appreciate it,' will be at the heart of a protest on Sunday after some in the community took offense to the seven-word sentence.