New Bern recognizes Juneteenth

Wed Jun 19 17:19:56 PDT 2019

New Bern recognizes Juneteenth

New Bern recognizes Juneteenth

Pitt Street Brewing donating portion of sales to Pet Food Pantry of ENC

The Big Paw Project is in Greenville and it's creating Bright Friday to kick off the holiday season.

UNC System, ECU trustees announce formation of chancellor search committee

The UNC System and ECU trustees have announced the formation of a chancellor search committee.

Community College creates "Giving Tree"

Craven community college is hoping to spread the spirit of the holiday season by giving back to those that need a little extra help. They've created the "Giving Tree."

Volunteers needed for Christmas Cheer program

Volunteers are needed for a program that brings a merry Christmas to families in need.

Portraits unveiled honoring Pitt County judges

A special ceremony was held Friday at the Pitt County Courthouse to honor the service of two judges. People packed a superior court room to see portraits unveiled for two judges, the Honorable Judge Gwynett Hillburn and Honorable Judge David Leech.

ECU counseling services booked for the rest of the year

Counseling services at ECU have increased so much that their Center for Counseling and Student Development is booked for the rest of the year. Many students will have to wait until January to get an appointment.

 

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