ECU students collecting relief supplies for Ocracoke residents

Wed Sep 18 17:35:16 PDT 2019

ECU students collecting relief supplies for Ocracoke residents

An effort is underway on ECU's campus to help hurricane victims on Ocracoke Island and you can be a part of it.

U.S. SBA approves disaster declaration

A week after FEMA denied individual assistance to North Carolina residents impacted by Hurricane Dorian comes word that they will be eligible for another kind of assistance.

ECU leaders proposing tuition and fee increases

ECU leaders are proposing tuition and fee increases for the next academic year.

Suicide rates up on college campuses, including ECU

ECU says suicide rates are up across the country, including here in the east.



ECU looking for participants in statin research study

You can get paid to get in shape and help local researchers answer important health questions.

Greenville city council candidate will move after being declared ineligible

Today is the start of early voting, and voter turnout has been slow, making the lines rather short. However, one candidate on the ballot found out that the district he's running for is not his correct district.


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