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2033, Welcome to America,a nation reborn by the glorious New Founding Fathers. Tonight we will cleanse the hatred from our hearts with the sixth annual purge.
A good friend of mine knows my political position = INDEPENDENT who leans Democrat. He also knows that I DISPISE people who use hate and division to get a political advantage.
The next time you are speeding or tempted to do so you might want to remember this information: North Carolina's car insurance premiums are among the lowest in the country - that is, as long as drivers stay on the right side of the law.
For many of us, Labor Day signifies the last day of summer. For local governments, it is the day property tax bills are sent to millions of citizens. Property taxes are one of the oldest forms of taxation in North Carolina and were used through the 1930s as a joint tax by state and local...
Divergent, in the similar formula of Hunger Games, proposes a future world forever changed by a cataclysmic event, against the simmering backdrop of teen angst, and maturing relationships of the opposite sex.
"Health Discoveries," a production of ECU-TV, will launch at 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 31. The "Health Discoveries" series, hosted by Dr. Samuel F. Sears, will highlight specific successes of East Carolina University faculty in solving important health problems via research, teaching and service.
he drive-bys are working hard to gin up some interest in tonight's US Senate debate. They are trying to sell us on the possibility that this televised event tonight could change the course of the race.
ECU Physicians Neurology, a leading provider of care for people living with multiple sclerosis in eastern North Carolina, has been recognized as an official "Partner in MS Care" by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
In another sign of technology's continuing impact on student life, a yearlong project to phase out mail delivery to the roughly 5,600 residents of East Carolina University's 14 residence halls has begun.
I got a private message over the weekend from a drive-by media personality who works for one of the better-known media outlets in the eastern part of North Carolina.
On the first Monday of each September, America celebrates Labor Day; a holiday where, in tradition, all non-critical workers take the day off in recognition of labor laws.
Marcus Luttrell wrote this titular story of his one life experience that would forever define who he was, who he is, and who he will remain.
College of The Albemarle in Elizabeth City will present the The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, the first production of the 2014/15 Performing Arts Center season.
East Carolina University will build its eighth dental community service learning center in Brunswick County, officials announced at a press conference in Bolivia on May 16.
Today, at a ceremony at the White House with President Barack Obama, Charlotte resident Sergeant Kyle J. White received the Medal of Honor for his extraordinary bravery during a battle in Aranas, Afghanistan in 2007. Governor Pat McCrory, who met with Sgt. White in April, thanked him for his...
The National Mobile Disaster Hospital that deployed from North Carolina on May 1 to tornado-ravaged Louisville, Miss., opened Monday to patients. The opening was greeted by fanfare and a walk-through by Gov. Philip Bryant and federal, state and local dignitaries.
Susan Eubanks, a clinical trials nurse specialist at the Leo W. Jenkins Cancer Center, has been selected by her peers as this year's top nurse at ECU Physicians, the group medical practice of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
Settlement of he Pamlico area of eastern North Carolina was first attempted by the English when the Lost Colony was established on Roanoke Island in 1585.
As he drove 50 mph across his pasture, it became more and more clear to Mike Corn that the coyote he was chasing was going to make it back to the safety of the trees.
Governor Pat McCrory announced that North Carolina's Mobile Disaster Hospital is being sent to Mississippi to provide medical support to a community whose 41-bed hospital, medical clinics and only nursing home was destroyed by the tornadoes on Monday.
I am hearing from quite a few folks who heard from Pat McCrory on their home telephones Sunday evening.
A geographer, Mitchelson has been at ECU since 1999. He chaired the department of geography and served as interim chair of the English department. In 2011 he was appointed to chair ECU's Program Prioritization Committee, which evaluated programs campuswide and examined the university's academic...
A $451,955 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Development division will fund crucial technology at three East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine community service learning centers across the state.
Vidant Health's Chief Quality Officer, Dr. Joan Wynn, was recently named one of the top 50 experts in the country who are leading the field of patient safety.
A handful of documents changed the character of the United States. The 13th Amendment, formally ending legal slavery in this country, is one of them.
Governor Pat McCrory, Department of Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz and Doug Bassett, chairman of the High Point Market Authority, dedicated a state historical marker today on South Main Street alongside the historical Furniture exposition hall building that was built in 1921. The marker r
Marilyn Sheerer admitted as she stood at the podium, watching her colleagues giving a standing ovation, that she's seldom at a loss for words. But she was almost there during the fifth annual University Awards Day ceremony.
A grounds crew from East Carolina University traveled to Elizabeth City State University April 28 to help clean up damage from three tornadoes that struck the area April 25.
The film, "Gravity", makes two broad statements: Outer Space affords one magnificent visual beauty, and there is no place more dangerous in sustaining one's life force.
The East Carolina University community awoke April 30 to news of campus flooding and a train derailment at the corner of 14th Street and Charles Boulevard, following a series of heavy thunderstorms that came through the Greenville area April 29.
Students at Farmville Middle School were treated to ounce upon ounce of prevention in their own gymnasium on April 16, when they participated in a sports safety clinic sponsored by the Eastern Carolina Injury Prevention Program, a joint effort between East Carolina University and Vidant Health.
Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) toured with Governor Pat McCrory in eastern North Carolina on Sunday, April 27, 2014.
Foundation preparation for the newest residence halls, Gateway East and West, has begun and project completion is scheduled for July 2015. Gateway East and West will be the newest addition to East Carolina University's campus living as they replace Belk Residence Hall and will house 720 students.
Governor Pat McCrory met with Medal of Honor nominee Sergeant Kyle J. White in Charlotte today. The Army veteran has been nominated for his extraordinary bravery during a battle in Aranas, Afghanistan in 2007.
Don't let the term "interior design" summon thoughts of paint swatches and throw pillows. That's decorating. The type of design that interests East Carolina University student Lindsey Westphal brings comfort to the sick and can even aid healing.
U.S. Senate hopeful Greg Brannon issued fiery constitutional rhetoric and delivered the biggest applause lines Friday night from an audience of about 600 people as he ran away with a straw poll at a Republican candidates forum.
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