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Local Educators Attend NCCAT Seminars
Amanda L. Evans of G.W. Bulluck Elementary School and Suzanne C. Sharpe of G.W. Carver Elementary School attended seminars held at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for our state’s teachers.
Blue Ribbon Kidz Day set for Saturday
Vidant Edgecombe Hospital officials look forward to Saturday, when children’s laughter will fill the air during the annual Blue Ribbon Kidz Day.
No tenure will affect classrooms
Edgecombe County Public Schools (ECPS) has joined numerous other school systems around the state in dealing with a new state law that abolishes tenure for teachers.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Living up to its name, Edgecombe County Public Schools’ VarietyFest in Edgecombe Community College’s Keihin Auditorium showcased a range of student talent Monday
Gas project to boost county budget
PINETOPS — Edgecombe County could soon get a much needed boost in its budget, thanks to the Landfill Methane Gas project.
Sports expected at MMA, Pattillo
Over the past several months, much has been said about dual language, academic advantages and reconfiguration – as well as international curriculums and teachers – as Edgecombe County Public Schools (ECPS) moved toward opening its first global school.
ECC to Host Manufacturing Open House
High school students and others who are interested in careers in manufacturing will have an opportunity to learn more at two Open House events at Edgecombe Community College in April.
Ex-commissioner suit dismissed
A lawsuit that was filed against the Town of Princeville by two former commissioners was dismissed by an Edgecombe County magistrate but one former official said it may not be over yet.
Pill drop a huge success sheriff said
With the increasing number of people in Edgecombe County abusing prescription pills and becoming dependent of them, the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Office had what Sheriff James Knight said was a successful "Operation Medicine Drop" Saturday.
Chief's forum designed 'to educate'
Tarboro Police Chief Damon Williams is urging parents and guardians of students to attend the Social Media Informational Forum today at 6 p.m. tonight in town hall.
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