Businesses stay open for the community

Thu Mar 26 04:34:38 PDT 2020

Businesses stay open for the community

Businesses stay open for the community

Craven County teachers in the classroom for virtual learning

Virtual learning is in full swing for students across the state, and teachers are working overtime to try and ensure their students are still learning to the best of their abilities while at home.

17-year-old charged in fatal Craven County shooting of 38-year-old man

A 17-year-old suspect is now in custody, charged in the fatal Craven County shooting of a 38-year-old man.

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Greenville bike shops still open for repairs and new bikers.

If you're still looking for a way to stay fit during these stay home orders, cycling is another way to get outside and exercise without coming in close contact with anyone else.

Many in East unable to pay rent due on 1st of month

A new month means a new cycle of bills and for renters and many homeowners, the first of the month means the rent or mortgage is due.

 

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The 2-year-old was safe and turned over to police after the suspect crashed on an interstate ramp.

Former USC admissions officer admits he made money in grad school scheme

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Tekashi 6ix9ine should be considered for early release because of coronavirus, judge says

Lawyers for the rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, say he is vulnerable to the spread of the virus in jails because of his asthma.