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The Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center offers a variety of special programs and activities to help cancer patients, survivors as well as their primary caregivers deal with the emotional and physical challenges associated with having cancer.
The Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center offers a variety of special programs and activities to help cancer patients, survivors as well as their primary caregivers deal with the emotional and physical challenges associated with having cancer.
 
Mr. George Taylor Tyer, age 79, a resident of 2153 Herring Run Road, Blounts Creek, NC died Sunday, March 30, 2014.
Mr. George Taylor Tyer, age 79, a resident of 2153 Herring Run Road, Blounts Creek, NC died Sunday, March 30, 2014.
 
Mrs. Ada Mae Mercer Dixon, age 91, a resident of 1275 Langley Road, Chocowinity, NC and a former resident of South Creek, Aurora died Sunday March 30, 2014 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice of Greenville.
Mrs. Ada Mae Mercer Dixon, age 91, a resident of 1275 Langley Road, Chocowinity, NC and a former resident of South Creek, Aurora died Sunday March 30, 2014 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice of Greenville.
 
Mr. Edward Lee Stotesbury, age 79, of 8289 Railroad Bed Road, Pantego N.C. died March 31, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville N.C.
Mr. Edward Lee Stotesbury, age 79, of 8289 Railroad Bed Road, Pantego N.C. died March 31, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville N.C.
 
Mr. Steven "Steve" Wayne Tyson, age 54, a resident of Washington died Sunday March 30, 2014 at the home of his sister in Greenville.
Mr. Steven "Steve" Wayne Tyson, age 54, a resident of Washington died Sunday March 30, 2014 at the home of his sister in Greenville.
 
At an early March meeting in Charlotte of the N.C. Governor's Conference on Tourism, state Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker admitted that a 25-percent refundable tax credit for the film industry, scheduled to expire in January, may be in trouble.
At an early March meeting in Charlotte of the N.C. Governor's Conference on Tourism, state Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker admitted that a 25-percent refundable tax credit for the film industry, scheduled to expire in January, may be in trouble.
 
ue to the decrease in flu activity and viral respiratory illnesses, Vidant Health is lifting the temporary visitor restrictions for those 12 and younger that were put into place in January.
ue to the decrease in flu activity and viral respiratory illnesses, Vidant Health is lifting the temporary visitor restrictions for those 12 and younger that were put into place in January.
 
The philosophy department at the University of Colorado at Boulder is in hot water. CU-Boulder's administration replaced the department chair, suspended graduate admissions for a year, and sent everyone to sensitivity training. What caused such draconian punishment?
The philosophy department at the University of Colorado at Boulder is in hot water. CU-Boulder's administration replaced the department chair, suspended graduate admissions for a year, and sent everyone to sensitivity training. What caused such draconian punishment?
 
In a memo sent earlier today, Governor Pat McCrory asked all state government leaders to slow spending in order to protect the state's strong financial position.
In a memo sent earlier today, Governor Pat McCrory asked all state government leaders to slow spending in order to protect the state's strong financial position.
 
North Carolina is little more than a month away from the primary elections that will set the stage for another round of high-profile electoral battles in November. As voters prepare to head to the polls, the N.C. FreeEnterprise Foundation is watching the state's most important electoral contests...
North Carolina is little more than a month away from the primary elections that will set the stage for another round of high-profile electoral battles in November. As voters prepare to head to the polls, the N.C. FreeEnterprise Foundation is watching the state's most important electoral contests...
 
The latest in equipment and training for careers in advanced manufacturing will be on display at Beaufort County Community College as part of a week-long schedule of activities Monday, April 7, through Friday, April 11 during N.C. Advanced Manufacturing Awareness Week.
The latest in equipment and training for careers in advanced manufacturing will be on display at Beaufort County Community College as part of a week-long schedule of activities Monday, April 7, through Friday, April 11 during N.C. Advanced Manufacturing Awareness Week.
 
"The Psychology of Human-Dog Interactions," "Global Heavy Metal Music" and "Extreme Physics," are just a few of the seminar courses offered this semester to students in the Honors College at East Carolina University. If they sound out of the ordinary, there's a good reason.
"The Psychology of Human-Dog Interactions," "Global Heavy Metal Music" and "Extreme Physics," are just a few of the seminar courses offered this semester to students in the Honors College at East Carolina University. If they sound out of the ordinary, there's a good reason.
 
"North Carolina has proven time and time again that it can attract and retain global companies like Continental AG,"
"North Carolina has proven time and time again that it can attract and retain global companies like Continental AG,"
 
Story of America contributors Eric Byler and Annabel Park are diligently preparing a documentary pursuant to Vidant's closing of Pungo District Hospital, and we have their first two installments here.
Story of America contributors Eric Byler and Annabel Park are diligently preparing a documentary pursuant to Vidant's closing of Pungo District Hospital, and we have their first two installments here.
 
"Gloom, despair, and agony on me," sang the corn-pone troubadours of "Hee Haw," TV's long-running variety show. "Deep, dark depression, excessive misery. If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom, despair, and agony on me."
"Gloom, despair, and agony on me," sang the corn-pone troubadours of "Hee Haw," TV's long-running variety show. "Deep, dark depression, excessive misery. If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom, despair, and agony on me."
 
I suppose it's a good thing that several years ago we decided on a not-for-profit company (now Vidant) to take over the Washington Hospital and subsequently seemingly everything else "medical" in the County.
I suppose it's a good thing that several years ago we decided on a not-for-profit company (now Vidant) to take over the Washington Hospital and subsequently seemingly everything else "medical" in the County.
 
Who IS Alex Bradshaw? Politicos from Murphy to Manteo are asking this question.
 
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