Investigators say Greenville apartment fire intentionally set

Thu Sep 19 20:55:13 PDT 2019

Investigators say Greenville apartment fire intentionally set

Investigators say an apartment fire that heavily damaged a Greenville apartment Wednesday night was intentionally set.

UNC-Chapel Hill leaders vist PCC

A community college in the east hosted some Tar Heel visitors Wednesday afternoon.

Suspect arrested in Greenville bank robbery

Greenville police say a suspect has been arrested for the robbery of the Wells Fargo branch at Greenville Boulevard and 14th Street earlier this month.

Two charged with involuntary manslaughter in Jacksonville overdose death

Two people are being held on manslaughter charges in the death of a North Carolina man who died from an overdose.

ECU hosts fall career fair

More than 1,500 ECU students and alumni met with potential employers Wednesday.

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.

 

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