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Three medical students at ECUís Brody School of Medicine have been awarded the universityís most prestigious scholarship.
Three medical students at ECUís Brody School of Medicine have been awarded the universityís most prestigious scholarship.
 
Mr. Brandon Earl Martin, age 36, a resident of 80 Whitehurst Rd., Blounts Creek, passed away Friday August 23, 2019 at his home.
Mr. Brandon Earl Martin, age 36, a resident of 80 Whitehurst Rd., Blounts Creek, passed away Friday August 23, 2019 at his home.
 
Theresa Cherry Bullock of Washington NC passed away on Thursday August 22. After a courageous battle, she passed peacefully surrounded by her loving family.
Theresa Cherry Bullock of Washington NC passed away on Thursday August 22. After a courageous battle, she passed peacefully surrounded by her loving family.
 
As the Obamacare individual marketplace bleeds unsubsidized enrollees, Blue Cross N.C. is looking to reverse a surge of earlier premium increases.
As the Obamacare individual marketplace bleeds unsubsidized enrollees, Blue Cross N.C. is looking to reverse a surge of earlier premium increases.
 
Five years after the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, began, the city is not doing enough to protect the health of residents, in violation of federal law.
Five years after the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, began, the city is not doing enough to protect the health of residents, in violation of federal law.
 
EMS professionals told Governor Roy Cooper and Secretary Mandy Cohen that the state needs to use every resource at its disposal to fight the opioid epidemic and urged policymakers to save lives by expanding Medicaid.
EMS professionals told Governor Roy Cooper and Secretary Mandy Cohen that the state needs to use every resource at its disposal to fight the opioid epidemic and urged policymakers to save lives by expanding Medicaid.
 
On Tuesday, the first day of school at Clark Atlanta University, one of a group of historically black colleges, a male shooter fired into a group of roughly 200 students, wounding four female students who attended either Clark Atlanta or nearby Spelman College.
On Tuesday, the first day of school at Clark Atlanta University, one of a group of historically black colleges, a male shooter fired into a group of roughly 200 students, wounding four female students who attended either Clark Atlanta or nearby Spelman College.
 
Now, I am back at the rabbitpatch, for suddenly . . .it is August !
Now, I am back at the rabbitpatch, for suddenly . . .it is August !
 
Remarks by President Trump Before Marine One Departure
 
Governor Cooper signed two bills into law yesterday
Governor Cooper signed two bills into law yesterday
 
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