Bill named for North Carolina trooper killed is now law

Wed Oct 09 20:51:20 PDT 2019

Bill named for North Carolina trooper killed is now law

Gov. Roy Cooper has signed legislation which raises criminal penalties against those who assault on-duty officers with a gun and is named for a slain state trooper.

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North Lenoir holds graduation ceremonies

Many schools in the east are holding graduation for their students but having to be safe from coronavirus while doing that.

Greenville Little Leagues given go-ahead by city to begin play on June 12

Greenville Little Leagues given go-ahead by city to begin play on June 12

Protesters gather in Greenville Wednesday night

For the first night since the protest on Sunday, there isnt a curfew in the city of Greenville, and some protesters in the area took advantage of the lack of that.

 

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