Distinguished Citizen Award making return
After a three year hiatus, the Distinguished Citizen Award is back, but this time additional recognitions will make the event even more festive. As of now, all that is needed are nominees.
Annual College Round-Up set for March 8
“A lifetime opportunity.”
Short meeting in Princeville
PRINCEVILLE — Without any items under consideration for approval or adoption, the board of commissioners breezed through Monday's meeting. The public comments with six citizens speaking, took up the majority of the time in the open meeting.
Knight to seek state house seat
Taro Knight was the latest to throw his name in the hat for N.C. House of Representative District 23.
PFD gets $2,500 thank you
PRINCEVILLE — When a brush fire broke out on Water and Remonda Dew farm over a year ago they thanked Princeville Volunteer Fire Department for their quick response to control what could have been a disastrous situation. Thursday night they thanked them again with $2,500.
Parker named top social studies teacher
Keith Parker, teacher at SouthWest Edgecombe High School, was recognized as Outstanding Social Studies Teacher of the Year Thursday at the North Carolina Council of Social Studies (NCCSS) Conference at Greensboro’s Koury Center.
GOP plan will ease flood premiums
WASHINGTON (AP) — House GOP leaders are putting the final touches on legislation that would significantly weaken a recently enacted overhaul of the much criticized federal flood insurance program, easing many premium increases and allowing below-market rates to be passed on to people buying homes with taxpayer-subsidized policies.
The Science of Success
It is not every day that students get to spend time with a person who splits atoms and makes diesel fuel from peanuts.
VIF resources to help all ECPS teachers
With a perfunctory board of education vote, the only hurdle left for dual language/global school Martin Millennium Academy (MMA) to become a reality, excitement is growing among Edgecombe County Public Schools (ECPS) officials over what it can mean for the entire system.
County seeking citizen input on plan
Citizens who are interested in the future of Edgecombe County are urged to attend the Edgecombe County Comprehensive Plan meeting 2 p.m. Friday at the county administration building. The meeting is one of several planned by the the county planning board.
- More Community Headlines
- Distinguished Citizen Award making return