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Mr. Charles Brinkley Garrett, 57, a resident of Fredrick Road, Chocowinity, died Saturday, April 6, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort.
Mr. Charles Brinkley Garrett, 57, a resident of Fredrick Road, Chocowinity, died Saturday, April 6, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort.
 
Mrs. Esther Lucille Taylor Bowman, age 106, a resident of 321 Down Shore Rd., Blounts Creek, died at Autumnfield, Belhaven, Thursday, April 4, 2013 following a broken hip in January.
Mrs. Esther Lucille Taylor Bowman, age 106, a resident of 321 Down Shore Rd., Blounts Creek, died at Autumnfield, Belhaven, Thursday, April 4, 2013 following a broken hip in January.
 
Martin County native and veteran educator Crystal Ange has been named Vice President of Academics at Beaufort County Community College.
Martin County native and veteran educator Crystal Ange has been named Vice President of Academics at Beaufort County Community College.
 
Investigators arrested Grimes for outstanding arrest warrants stemming from controlled purchases of cocaine and Mephedrone (Bath Salt) conducted from Grimes.
Investigators arrested Grimes for outstanding arrest warrants stemming from controlled purchases of cocaine and Mephedrone (Bath Salt) conducted from Grimes.
 
A legal-issues think tank is calling for privatization of the state's ABC stores, even suggesting that the current government-controlled system might violate the N.C. Constitution's ban on monopolies.
A legal-issues think tank is calling for privatization of the state's ABC stores, even suggesting that the current government-controlled system might violate the N.C. Constitution's ban on monopolies.
 
Visitors to East Carolina University toured campus, visited Joyner Library and residence halls, and sampled the fare in university dining halls during the 2013 Spring Open House held April 6.
Visitors to East Carolina University toured campus, visited Joyner Library and residence halls, and sampled the fare in university dining halls during the 2013 Spring Open House held April 6.
 
  William Stanhope Deatherage Jr. and Katherine Buckman Deatherage are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Amelia Susan Deatherage. She was born on March 14th, 2013 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital, weighing 8 pounds and seven ounces and measuring 20 ½ inches in length.
  William Stanhope Deatherage Jr. and Katherine Buckman Deatherage are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Amelia Susan Deatherage. She was born on March 14th, 2013 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital, weighing 8 pounds and seven ounces and measuring 20 ½ inches in length.
 
A resolution is not a bill. A bill introduced is not a bill enacted. And a bill enacted is not necessarily a major policy change that will affect the everyday lives of North Carolinians.
A resolution is not a bill. A bill introduced is not a bill enacted. And a bill enacted is not necessarily a major policy change that will affect the everyday lives of North Carolinians.
 
Members of the Northside FFA Chapter participated in the inaugural FFA Day at the State Capital conducted by the North Carolina FFA Association on February 12, 2013.
Members of the Northside FFA Chapter participated in the inaugural FFA Day at the State Capital conducted by the North Carolina FFA Association on February 12, 2013.
 
I don't understand. North Carolinians OVERWHELMINGLY approve of requiring photo ID in order to cast a vote in the state's elections.
I don't understand. North Carolinians OVERWHELMINGLY approve of requiring photo ID in order to cast a vote in the state's elections.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced plans today to pursue a “Partnership for Prosperity,” an effort to change the way we foster economic growth in North Carolina.
Governor Pat McCrory announced plans today to pursue a “Partnership for Prosperity,” an effort to change the way we foster economic growth in North Carolina.
 
House Republicans have rolled out their voter identification bill.
 
Two Vidant Health ambulatory clinics have earned the prestigious recognition of being added to the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011 Program, an innovative program for improving primary care.
Two Vidant Health ambulatory clinics have earned the prestigious recognition of being added to the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011 Program, an innovative program for improving primary care.
 
Facing a multi-billion dollar budget deficit in 2011, the state legislature reduced and eliminated a variety of programs in order to balance the budget.
Facing a multi-billion dollar budget deficit in 2011, the state legislature reduced and eliminated a variety of programs in order to balance the budget.
 
On March 29, 2013 at approximately 12:15 a.m., Sgt. Ernest Moore with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division observed a vehicle make an unsafe movement on Highway 264 West of Washington.
On March 29, 2013 at approximately 12:15 a.m., Sgt. Ernest Moore with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division observed a vehicle make an unsafe movement on Highway 264 West of Washington.
 
Gov. Pat McCrory hopes to inject market-based solutions into the state's costly Medicaid system, shifting the burden of controlling systemic budget overruns from...
Gov. Pat McCrory hopes to inject market-based solutions into the state's costly Medicaid system, shifting the burden of controlling systemic budget overruns from...
 
If you have been following things in the mainstream media, you may have heard something about Cyprus and its banks (slipped somewhere in between stories about Justin Bieber and Beyoncé).
If you have been following things in the mainstream media, you may have heard something about Cyprus and its banks (slipped somewhere in between stories about Justin Bieber and Beyoncé).
 
NC Representative Michael Speciale speaks directly to his 3rd District Constituents here in this April month of the general assembly's long session.
NC Representative Michael Speciale speaks directly to his 3rd District Constituents here in this April month of the general assembly's long session.
 
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