GROWING UP FIT: Keeping kids active with summer camps

PCC throwing scholarship gala in honor of President Massey's retirement

Pet of the Week: Isabella

Saving Graces: Snickers is available for adoption

CANCELLED: Uptown Greenville calls off Dickinson Avenue After Dark

TinyHouseNC Street Festival coming back to Pink Hill

Pet of the Week: Lola

Lenoir County Shrine Club hosting annual golf tournament

Local church hosting women's conference

March With The Saints benefit event raises money for local high school students

Saving Graces: Billie available for adoption

Bird park officials warn about bringing pet chicks, ducklings home this Easter

St. Paddy's Day Festival set for Saturday in Greenville

Pet of the Week: Georgia

Growing Up Fit: Minimizing food waste at home

Registration open for 11th annual Pirate Alumni Road Race

Aquaculture Conference & Cultured Seafood Festival opening to the public

Pet of the Week: Shasta

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North Korea says it has suspended nuclear and missile testing

North Korea has "reached the target stage, where the nation and people's safety is reliably secured," said the country's leader, Kim Jong Un.

Kentucky woman last seen walking her dog still missing 22 years later

Alyne J. Lawrence Barrick was last seen at 2:30 p.m. on April 12, 1996 near Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky walking her dog. Her family has not heard from her since.