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On Friday, Vernon Park Mall played host to a morning of opportunities for veterans to get information and connect with potential employers at the third annual Lenoir County Veteran's Fair. Victor Kosinski, the disabled veterans outreach program specialist for the N.C. Department of Commerce, said vendors were on hand to provide information for veterans with various needs.
The evening events, which will begin at 5 p.m., are productions of the Craven Arts Council and the Community Artist Will groups. The Twin Rivers Artists Association 2014 Members Show will open with a reception at Bank of the Arts during ArtWalk.
Next week's football game between East Carolina and North Carolina in Greenville is officially a sellout, the Pirates' athletic ticket office announced Wednesday. Kickoff for the game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. and will be broadcast nationally on either ESPN or ESPNU.
Police say an East Carolina University student made up being robbed, hoping that his parents would send him more money from home. Police say just after midnight Tuesday morning they were sent to the BB&T Bank on Evans Street where Ritch told them he was robbed at gunpoint.
Charlie Farrow of Greenville is charged with felony assault on a law enforcement officer, first degree burglary, injury to personal property, and resist, delay and obstruct. Around 3:00 a.m. Sunday, deputies were sent to a breaking and entering on Tobba Court, outside of Winterville.
Doctors on Call returns this Wednesday, September 10th to offer free medical advice to the people of Eastern Carolina from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. People can call in and speak with local specialists about a wide range of medical issues.
Scott Cole, a social studies teacher at Lenoir County Learning Academy and Greenville resident, is looking to throw his hat into the ring for the 2016 election. Cole, who will run unaffiliated and try to get on ballots with a write-in vote, said he's doing this partly as a social experiment, but also to bring change to Washington D.C. "There are different online campaigns here in this country that have gone viral in recent years, such as the Occupy movement and the Tea Party," Cole said.
In addition to providing care at Southeastern Medical Clinic Bladenboro on Thursdays and Fridays, Physician Assistant Heather W. Pait is also treating patients at Southeastern Health Center Clarkton on Mondays and Tuesdays beginning Septe. 8. Pait earned a bachelor's degree in physician assistant studies at East Carolina University in Greenville and a master's degree in health science from Duke University, both in 2003.
Steve Saad , co-chair of the Criminal Defense Practice Group at Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, explains footgolf in his own words as, "the prestige, elegance and frustrations of golf" married to "the popularity and passion of soccer." He's one of the Triangle's biggest proponents of footgolf and is currently helping design North Carolina's sixth course, in Greenville.
Two East Carolina University students were arrested for allegedly spray-painting a swastika on the door of a Jewish student's apartment. The swastika was discovered Wednesday by the Jewish woman in a private complex, The Landing, which caters to college students on several campuses in the Greenville, N.C., area.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 02:05 pm
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