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Pitt County Commissioners approve new animal ordinance

Pitt County Commissioners voted on a new animal control ordinance Monday night that consolidates existing ordinances in hopes of making it easier for residents to understand the rules.

Pitt County Commissioners approve new animal ordinance

Pitt County Commissioners voted on a new animal control ordinance Monday night that consolidates existing ordinances in hopes of making it easier for residents to understand the rules.

The Vine Connection Community Tour & Prayer Walk

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Turkey tipoff helps local charity

A group of middle school basketball teams are helping the less fortunate through a huge canned food drive.

Two people get treatment after exposure to rabid stray cat in Ayden

Two people who had been exposed to a rabid cat have received treatment, while health officials say more people may have come in contact with the stray in Ayden.

Second person charged in New Bern home invasion

A second person has been arrested in an armed home invasion from a month ago in New Bern

Annual shoe drive at a local daycare exceeded collection goal

Annual shoe drive at a local daycare exceeded collection goal.

 

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