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State super lauds dual language
As test results continue to show student achievement, North Carolina's top educator has given a thumbs-up to a program that will make its Edgecombe County debut for the 2014-15 school year.
ECU Symphony Orchestra headed to Tarboro for Sunday concert
Classical music will resonate through the Keihin Auditorium at 3 p.m. Sunday as the East Carolina University (ECU) Symphony Orchestra performs under the direction of conductor Jorge Richter
Princeville eyesore finally demolished
PRINCEVILLE — Fleming Landscaping completed the demolition of an eyesore Tuesday that stained the appearance of Main Street for several years.
Be wary of scams in storm's aftermath
With Gov. Pat McCroy declaring a state of emergency Tuesday due to weather, N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper is also warning citizens to be on the lookout for price gauging and roving scammers seeking to take advantage of consumers who need help removing trees that are brought down by the storm.
Knight, Dennie among early qualifiers
Sheriff James Knight and Allen Dennie kicked off Edgecombe County's May Primary filing period by being the first in line to declare their candidacy.
1967 ordinance an issue for council
A town ordinance dating back to 1967 that allows citizens to kill annoying critters, such as rodents, squirrels and pigeons, was one of the topics discussed by Tarboro Town Council during its regular scheduled meeting Monday.
Clinic will assist county residents with “end-of-life” documents
A pro bono wills clinic will offer “peace of mind” to some county residents – peace of mind that when they die, the material possessions that they have worked so hard to acquire in their lifetime will go to the people they have in mind.
May primary filing opens today
Filing for the May Primary began noon today and will run until noon Feb. 28. across the state. In Edgecombe County, candidates can file for 17 seats.
More snow headed our way
Forecasters have predicted snow to fall in Edgecombe once again on another Tuesday.
Facade report awaits council
The Town of Tarboro’s Main Street Façade Improvement Program continues to draw interest.
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