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Old Ford Rodeo to benefit local fire department still on track for Friday & Saturday

Farmville Boy Scouts hosting chili cook-off

Oakwood School debuts A Midsummer Night's Dream next week

Building Hope non-profit hosting annual fundraiser

Greenville 5k to benefit hurricane victims

Magnolia Arts Center to debut Valentine's Day comedy

Dinner of Hope Fundraising Gala benefits Pitt County substance abuse programs

Tiny Art Show, pancake dinner happening at Emerge Gallery

Entries wanted for Unnatural Resources Fair

Greenville Museum of Art hosts Games Meet Art, GMoArcade Saturday

Carolina Outdoor Expo happening this weekend

Annual Community Unity Breakfast happening on MLK Jr. Day

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority celebrates 100 years

Women’s empowerment conference happening in Greenville

Annual Don Skinner GuitarFest happening in Washington Saturday

Greenville to ring in new year with celebration at Town Common

Restart 5K helps kick New Year off on right foot

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'It's all or nothing': Families of 4 black men accused of rape ask for exoneration

The 70-year-old case against Charles Greenlee, Walter Irvin, Samuel Shepherd and Earnest Thomas has remained a disturbing example of racial injustice from the Jim Crow-era.

Woman who saved tanker truck driver after massive explosion speaks out

Holly McNally had been driving home from the hospital where she was visiting her infant son in the NICU when a jet fuel tanker overturned on the highway. Instead of trying to get away from the devastating blaze, she rushed toward the driver with two others to help.

Mother of two missing Idaho children arrested in Hawaii

Lori Vallow, the mother of two children who haven’t been seen in months, has been arrested in Hawaii on an Idaho warrant, police said. Vallow’s children, Tylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua Vallow, 7, have been missing since September.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion in settlement for fake accounts scandal

As part of the settlement, “Wells Fargo admitted that it collected millions of dollars in fees and interest to which the company was not entitled, harmed the credit ratings of certain customers, and unlawfully misused customers’ sensitive personal information,” according to the U.S. State Attorney’s Office of the Central District of California.

U.S. prepares for pandemic as coronavirus cases rise

In the U.S., the number of confirmed cases rose to at least 34.