Saturday Mar 1
Rocky Mount Telegram
Sudan Shrine Club installs new officers
Carl Wayne Smith was appointed to the position of 1st Ceremonial Master for 2014 by the newly elected Sudan Potentate Ricky Jackson.
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Sun Feb 23, 2014
Jacksonville Daily News
Residents decry ferry toll plan at public meeting
Larry Summers traveled to a third public meeting in Eastern North Carolina to deliver the same message to the N.C. Department of Transportation: No tolls.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Commercial fishing license fee gets 100 percent increase
Commercial fishermen will be paying more to catch fewer fish in the future, after the N.C. Department of Marine Fisheries commission voted for a 100 percent increase in commercial fishing licenses and the elimination of a harvest season for river herring.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Oriental Boat Show has new venue on town waterfront
The Oriental In-Water Boat Show and Nautical Flea Market, which has gained popularity along the East Coast since its inception in 2009, has a new venue this year.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Empty Bowls' postponed until next week
This week's snowstorm has postponed today's annual "Empty Bowls" fundraiser at Temple Baptist Church in New Bern until next week.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Significant snow and sleet accumulations possible for Eastern Carolina
A significant winter weather event could have adverse impacts on Eastern Carolina Tuesday through Wednesday .
Road Worrier: Coastal residents defy NC legislature on ferry tolls
Ian Gardner of Chicago, Illinois climbs the steps to the lounge of the Roanoke Ferry during a trip from Hatteras to Ocracoke on Thursday morning April 28, 2011.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Three-man sheriff's field tops initial Pamlico filings
Incumbent Democrat Sheriff Billy Sawyer Jr. is assured a May 6 primary opponent with the filing by former county EMS Director David Spruill.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Four arrested on drug charges following shooting
A reported shooting early Saturday morning near the Five Points area of New Bern led to the arrest of four people on felony drug charges and sent a woman to the hospital with an injury.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
No tolls' message again resonates from public hearing
A familiar message of "no tolls" resonated from nearly 20 speakers at a public hearing on possible ferry tolls Thursday night at Pamlico Community College.