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New Bern Housing Authority and city officials are working hard to revitalize public housing in this area, and it's not limited to brick and mortar.
It was on March 14, 1862, when Union forces landed at Slocum Creek near Havelock and marched north until they reached what is now the outskirts of Taberna, where they defeated Confederate defenders who had dug in for a fight.
Hundreds traveled to Pamlico Community College on Saturday to participate in the College's first Bluegrass and Gospel Music Festival.
Raleigh City Police Officer Robert Wagner is striving to put the story of his spiritual journey of life on film.
Rebecca Ogus and her father Dick sat in chairs by a wall at the Sudan Temple Friday absorbed in books they were reading, oblivious to the 50 or so people who wandered by tables filled with hardbacks and paperbacks.
Many of you read the March 2 Sun Journal article regarding the new wildland-urban interface map that is intended to assist firefighters in targeting high-risk vegetated areas in New Bern.
The Pamlico County Veterans Honor Guard is looking for a few good men - veterans willing to join their ranks as the only non-active duty military performance team in the area.
The tensions in Ukraine are heavy on the minds of many around the world, including a woman here in Eastern Carolina who grew up in the country.
Tuesday's announcement that RadioShack would close 1,100 stores has left some uncertainty about the store in New Bern.
A poll by a national small business advocacy firm released this week - just in time for the latest winter blast to hit New Bern - showed North Carolina's small employers have experienced a significant financial impact because of this year's extreme winter weather.
The New Bern area's newest Dollar General had a grand opening last Saturday at its Grantham/Neuse Forest location.
Earl Ijames, N.C. Museum of History curator of African American history, will present a program on slavery and freedom twice on Saturday: at noon at the Mountain Gateway Museum in Old Fort, and at 4 p.m. in Asheville at the Western Regional Office of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, 176 Riceville Road in Asheville.
The 18th Annual Youth and Young Adult Music and Arts Conference is open to children and youth ages 4 to 18, culminating with a Sunday concert at Grover C. Fields Middle School.
Imagine a hurricane has hit the New Bern area, producing tornados, damaging winds, power outages and flooding.