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Former addict addresses opioid awareness presentation in Duplin County

A former opioid addict was among those sharing his story at an opioid awareness presentation Thursday sponsored by the Duplin County Sheriff's Office.

Summer camps beating the heat

Constant heat and a much needed steady breeze helped keep campers from getting too hot as the heat index soared past 110 degrees, breaking records in many towns and cities.

Maintenance work temporarily closing two Greenville roads

Two Pitt County roads will temporarily close this week for maintenance.

American Airlines says regional carrier has stabilized computer system

American Airlines says a regional carrier that serves all three Eastern Carolina commercial airports has stabilized its computer system and is working to resume regular operations.

Pitt County deputies say man arrested after blowing debris in neighbor's yard

A dispute over a man blowing yard debris in his neighbor's yard ended with one man injured and another facing charges.

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New ECU academy to bring entrepreneurial spirit to high school students

A new academy formed at East Carolina University is hoping to bring entrepreneurial spirit to high school students.


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