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BOTTOMS UP: Beer & wine sales approved at ECU games


ECU trustees to discuss alcohol sales at games next week


Northside High School senior plays in first and final game and scores big with fans


Dave Hart serving as advisor at ECU for another year


ECU: No athletics director announcement as trustees go into closed meeting


ECU proposes fee increase to offset athletics deficit


ECU football's home opener postponed, rescheduled for Sunday


Former Panthers owner fined


Seven Blue Marlins boated on final day of fishing


Major League Baseball player returns to ECU for graduation ceremonies


Bear Grass Charter cancels game after several players contract contagious skin infection


ECU chancellor defends football team despite rough season start


Gov. Cooper, Greenville mayor celebrate North State little league team


North State little leaguers return to Greenville


All eyes on North State ahead of Saturday's LLWS championship game


Funeral services set for former Havelock football coach


Former ECU football player shot and killed in Raleigh


'Run-Off' wins 59th Annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament


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