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Business and Industry Services at Beaufort County Community College announces a schedule of upcoming classes this winter that serves as the core curriculum for potential and existing small business owners.
Business and Industry Services at Beaufort County Community College announces a schedule of upcoming classes this winter that serves as the core curriculum for potential and existing small business owners.
 
East Carolina University students are applying the skills they've learned in the classroom at a myriad of internships this summer. From working at a military base in North Carolina to the fashion hub of Manhattan, students are gaining valuable on-the-job experience from professionals in their...
East Carolina University students are applying the skills they've learned in the classroom at a myriad of internships this summer. From working at a military base in North Carolina to the fashion hub of Manhattan, students are gaining valuable on-the-job experience from professionals in their...
 
"Basically," does Al Klemm know what he's talking about?
 
Deputy Latitia Wade applied for and obtained warrants charging inmate Brandy Nicole Kinion, age 30 of West Barr Road in Chocowinity, NC with Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Local Confinement Facility, Furnishing a Controlled Substance to an Inmate, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Deputy Latitia Wade applied for and obtained warrants charging inmate Brandy Nicole Kinion, age 30 of West Barr Road in Chocowinity, NC with Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Local Confinement Facility, Furnishing a Controlled Substance to an Inmate, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
 
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today
 
Beaufort County Arts Council Announces their events for the remainder of this summer.
Beaufort County Arts Council Announces their events for the remainder of this summer.
 
Dean Baker is an economist who co-directs a left-wing group in Washington called the Center for Economic and Policy Research. Liberal groups in North Carolina and elsewhere often cite Baker as an authority on the effects of public policy on economic growth.
Dean Baker is an economist who co-directs a left-wing group in Washington called the Center for Economic and Policy Research. Liberal groups in North Carolina and elsewhere often cite Baker as an authority on the effects of public policy on economic growth.
 
In budget reconciliation talks, the Senate has backed away from their insistence on dropping teacher tenure in exchange for pay raises.
In budget reconciliation talks, the Senate has backed away from their insistence on dropping teacher tenure in exchange for pay raises.
 
Mr. Larry Gene Apple, Sr., age 67, a resident of Kinston, NC and a former resident of Jacksonville and Washington died Friday July 11, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center of Greenville.
Mr. Larry Gene Apple, Sr., age 67, a resident of Kinston, NC and a former resident of Jacksonville and Washington died Friday July 11, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center of Greenville.
 
Mrs. JoAnn Windisch, age 85, a resident of Washington, NC died Thursday July 10, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center of Greenville.
Mrs. JoAnn Windisch, age 85, a resident of Washington, NC died Thursday July 10, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center of Greenville.
 
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