Boy Scouts camping program shares new experiences with local youth

Boy Scouts camping program shares new experiences with local youth

Boy Scouts camping program shares new experiences with local youth

Wolfpack run past Pirates, 5-2

Wolfpack run past Pirates, 5-2

Today's NCEL 9-18-19

A professional baseball field here in the east is the best in its league for the third year in a row.

Wood Ducks turf manager wins award again

A professional baseball field here in the east is the best in its league for the third year in a row.

Journalist Soledad O'Brien lectures at ECU

Award winning journalist and entrepreneur Soledad O'Brien was in the east speaking to students at ECU Wednesday evening.

Fire damages Greenville apartment

Greenville Fire Rescue says one person was taken to the hospital for a minor injury following an apartment fire Wednesday night.

Today's Power Ball Drawing 9-18-19

Today's Power Ball Drawing 9-18-19

 

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