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Beaufort County Community College is offering "Business Marketing for Creative Entrepreneurs" in Hyde County
The fraternal benefit society WoodmenLife 623 Washington donated $1,500 to the Beaufort County Community College Foundation for scholarships
This year's North Carolina Literary Review (NCLR), now on its way to readers throughout the state, celebrates the 25th issue of the publication
The Joyner Library at East Carolina University set a new record for attendance with more than one million visits in the past academic year
In any industry, the quality of service or whether one receives services at all hinges on one critical element: access
East Carolina University's Mona Amin is one of 19 students from across the country selected for a prestigious student entrepreneur program.
Six students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training program on June 23, 2016
College for Kids is a series of fun and educational programs that will get them moving and thinking
During the last four years, the Duke Energy Foundation has contributed $ 825,916 to Beaufort County Community College
Students can get certified to be a substance abuse counselor online. Professional office assistants can advance or brush up on developments in their field by getting certified as an administrative office assistant
For students interested in becoming a Nurse Aide I (NAI) or a Registered Medical Assistant (RMA), Beaufort County Community College is offering a prerequisite class is designed to explore both career pathways
Bring your own smartphone or tablet to this fun and informational session
The following exciting classes and seminars are available through the Continuing Education Department at BCCC
Noah Phipps was awarded the Basics of Criminal Justice certificate from Beaufort County Community College
Two students successfully completed the Nurse Aide I program at Beaufort County Community College. Lovely Johnson of Chocowinity and Lisa Perez of Washington completed the night class program
From visiting Buddhist holy places to examining Peruvian culture in the Andean highlands, students at East Carolina University have a world of places and programs to explore through study abroad.
The 2016 Wellness & Safety Expo connected thousands of state employees and retirees with community resources that promote a safe and healthy lifestyle.
Coastal Fog, a homewares and design studio that offers custom finishing and creative workshops in the historic Blount-Harvey building on Evans and Fourth streets, is adding a food and kitchen market aimed at providing a gathering place for Uptown patrons
No matter what age or interests a person has, almost everyone loves bears! It is a little known fact that the biggest black bears on the planet and the highest black bear densities in the world are not found in Canada or Alaska, but in coastal North Carolina!
If you're anything like us, you've sat at the table admiring your bacon thinking, "This is good bacon. But is it really the best bacon?"
As part of 10th St Connector roadway improvements - 10th St between Evans and Dickinson will be closed.
The Beaufort County Republican Party is very pleased to announce that Governor Pat McCrory will visit Beaufort County this Saturday.
Be part of the Hands on Arts Fall Festival, the first Annual Fall Art Festival presented by Arts of the Pamlico in Historic Downtown Washington, NC on Saturday & Sunday September 24th & 25th
Governor Pat McCrory has selected Beth Freshwater Smith of Wilson to fill a vacant district court seat in the 7th District (Nash, Edgecombe and Wilson counties). The vacancy was created by the resignation of Judge William G. Stewart. Smith will serve the remainder of Judge Stewart's term, which...
Governor Pat McCrory released the following video message honoring Memorial Day. The governor recorded the video from the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA located in Wilmington.
Graduating high school is often a huge relief for students. Years of studying, waking up early, staying late for band or sport practice are finally behind them and they look forward to the freedom of adulthood
On Tuesday, May 31, the first cohort of students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's fire academy
The following exciting classes and seminars are available through the Continuing Education Department at BCCC. To register, call Eva Peartree at 252-940-6375 or email
Four students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's medical laboratory technology program on May 11, 2016
In response to the need for a new mobile simulation lab for EMS students at Beaufort County Community College, PotashCorp donated $18,500 toward the purchase of an ambulance
The following classes are available at the Washington County Center in Roper through Beaufort County Community College's Department of Continuing Education.
The crisis of student debt has made headlines this year as students start their careers with an ever-increasing amount of student loans they will have to repay
Twenty-nine of the students who graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing technology program on May 11, 2016 were also part of the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students.
If the NC Legislature wants to support rural communities and create and retain good jobs in North Carolina, it has to put funding our community colleges higher on its priority list
Beaufort County Community College will dedicate a new tree on campus in memory of Dr. Charles Otis Boyette on May 25 at 10:00 a.m. Members of the public are invited to the dedication ceremony in front of Building 12
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