ECU baseball opens season with 2-1 walk-off win in 11 innings

Fri Feb 14 20:48:56 PST 2020

ECU baseball opens season with 2-1 walk-off win in 11 innings

ECU baseball opens season with 2-1 walk-off win in 11 innings

Honey Baked Ham makes donation to Jacksonville USO

The Honey Baked Ham Company donated over 1,800 ham and turkey meals to the United Service Organizations of North Carolina center in Jacksonville this week as a part of its new Hamsgiving program.

Kids & adults have fun in the snow in Greenville

Thursday night's weather left a blanket of snow for kids and adults to enjoy.

DOT crews work together to clear roads

Working together was the name of the game when it came to clearing the roads of snow in Eastern Carolina.

Crews repair utility pole damaged in snowy accident

The snow eastern Carolina experienced caused slick roads in some areas across the east including Duplin County where first responders had a busy evening keeping up with calls that were coming in.

Kids enjoy sledding in Martin County

Kids in Martin County headed to a popular spot anytime it snows to get in some sled riding.

Eastern Carolina Dogs Enjoy Snow

Eastern Carolina Dogs Enjoy Snow


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