ECC announces Student Ambassadors
Edgecombe Community College (ECC) is proud to announce Student Ambassadors for 2013-2014.
APP helping Great American Smokeout
If you smoke, the Community Enrichment Organization Adolescent Parenting Program (APP) is asking you to quit for at least one day.
Phoenix program spotlights 36th USCT
The Phoenix Historical Society will present its annual November Educational Program at 7 p.m. today at the Edgecombe County Veterans Military Museum.
ECC instructor presents at national conference
An Edgecombe Community College (ECC) instructor spoke at a recent national conference on adult literacy. Varnell Kinnin, instructor of Basic Skills, presented during the U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy in Washington, D.C., held Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
Genealogical Society honored for publications
The Edgecombe County Genealogical Society has been honored with two North Carolina Genealogical Society (NCGS) 2013 awards for two of its publications.
Turning show boxes into gift boxes
Children look forward to receiving gifts on Christmas morning, but not every child gets a chance to open brightly wrapped presents that day.
Hobgood Players bring “A Carolina Christmas” to Tarboro
The Hobgood Players and the Edgecombe County Veterans’ Military Museum are partnering to bring “A Carolina Christmas” to Tarboro. The show is set for 7 p.m. Saturday in the Martin Middle School auditorium.
JFK assassination focus of presentation at library
Fifty years later, the assassination of the nation’s 35th President John F. Kennedy is still a subject that intrigues Americans.
Riverside Plaza craft show a success
Early holiday shoppers poured into the Riverside Plaza Saturday. The Christmas celebration gift and craft show was a fundraiser for the Parkhill Cinema.
Caldwell always remembered Tarboro roots
Despite the fame that Ralph Michael "Mike" Caldwell earned from pitching in the World Series and later coaching in two of Major League Baseball's most decorated games, he hasn't forgotten his Tarboro home. In the past, Caldwell visited as much as his schedule would allow.
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