Traffic Alert: Arlington Blvd. closures for Tues. & Weds.

Traffic Alert: Arlington Blvd. closures for Tues. & Weds.

One popular route to Vidant Medical Center will likely see traffic delays on Tuesday and Wednesday as portions of Arlington Blvd. are shut down for a railroad crossing replacement.

Woodies shut out by Dash, snap five-game winning streak

Woodies shut out by Dash, snap five-game winning streak

What to know ahead of President Trump's rally in Greenville

President Trump is headed to Greenville Wednesday as part of his re-election campaign. The "Keep America Great" rally will take place at Minges Coliseum on ECU's campus starting at 7 p.m.

Weather Authority Forecast for Tuesday, July 16th 4:30AM

Weather Authority Forecast for Tuesday, July 16th 4:30AM

Greenville seeking to increase sports tourism

One Eastern Carolina city says it'll save its taxpayers' money thanks to a new initiative to increase sports tourism.

NCEL Drawing for 7-15-19

NCEL Drawing for 7-15-19

Craven County teenager accused of murder goes before judge

A teenager charged with murder appeared in court for the first time this morning, accused of shooting a fellow teen late Friday night

 

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