Landscaping continues as Proximity at 10th student housing opens for move in

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Landscaping continues as Proximity at 10th student housing opens for move in

One new student apartment is still finishing up construction as students return to Greenville for classes at East Carolina University.

Submissions sought for Uptown Greenville art project

Greenville is calling for artists to decorate the utility boxes on sidewalks through a new project.

ECU Police seek information in attempted breaking and enterings on campus

ECU Police are seeking information on a person believed to be responsible for multiple attempted breaking and enterings on campus.

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Astronaut Christina Koch chats with students at her former school

Eastern North Carolina native and NASA astronaut Christina Koch, held a video chat with students Wednesday at her former high school, White Oak.

Ayden Police use new App to connect with residents

The Ayden Police Department is increasing its crime-fighting arsenal with a new app to help residents connect with the department.

Christmas Tree sales already underway in eastern Carolina

Temperatures are getting colder which means people have started decorating for Christmas.


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