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City lawyer tries to poke holes in couple's sewer lawsuit
Testimony continued Tuesday in Craven Superior Court over a lawsuit brought against the city of New Bern by a couple whose home was damaged by raw sewage.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
City Hall closing in on city manager selection
A panel set up to find a new city manager for New Bern is getting close to making a recommendation to the Board of Aldermen.
Artist's work reflects New Bern's neighborhoods
As he spoke, Gerry King nodded his head sharply for emphasis. "I'm proud of New Bern, man, I'm proud of this place.
First RN in the US registered in New Bern
May 12 is Florence Nightingale's birthday. It is celebrated across the world as National Nurses Day.
Investigation into Craven Terrace shootings still ongoing
The State Bureau of Investigation is continuing to investigate the March 28 shooting at Craven Terrace that ended the lives of New Bern Police Officer Alexander E. Thalmann and multiple felon Bryan Stallings, and wounded NBPD Officer Justin W. Wester.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Four Craven libraries to get new computers
All four Craven County libraries will be getting new computers, and the new machines will be ordered before the new budget year with a little help from "Library Friends."
Judge rejects defense motion; Muse trial to go forward
A judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges brought by Havelock police against Greg Muse for manufacturing or selling slot machines, setting the stage for the case to go to trial.
Testimony begins in couple's suit against New Bern
Opening statements started Monday in a jury trial in Craven County Superior Court for a lawsuit by a couple suing the city of New Bern for damage caused to their house two years ago because of a sewage spill.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Nonprofit funding cuts bother some aldermen
A split vote last month by the New Bern Board of Aldermen to cut funding for nonprofits still has two board members who voted against the proposal concerned.
Teenager injured in Sunday morning wreck
A single-car wreck on N.C. 55 near the Perfection community Sunday morning left a driver with serious injuries.
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EarthTalk: The Increasing Use of Public Transportation in U.S.
Dear EarthTalk: What's behind the rise in public transit in the U.S. in the last few years, and how does our transit use compare with that of other developed countries? - Angie Whitby, New Bern, NC Westport, CT - infoZine - E/The Environmental Magazine - Transit ridership is indeed at its highest level in the U.S. in 57 years.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
NC woman seeks funds to cover medical expenses
It was a life-changing event for Ellis Ray Tripp , who was a vibrant and full of life 14-year old who loved hanging out with his friends, spending time with family and playing basketball.
OFFICIALS: Oriental Man Dies While Participating In Charity Motorcycle Ride
According to the Department of Public Safety, 68-year-old Richard Baldwin of Oriental was taking part in the CCHC Foundation's Journey of Hope Cancer Support Center motorcycle ride, which left New Bern Saturday morning and went east on Aurora Road.
Elderly woman charged in Craven County wreck that injures 2
An elderly woman has been charged in a wreck that injured her and another driver in Craven County Friday afternoon.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Historic Homes Tour In New Bern
Folks in New Bern will be opening their doors to strangers this weekend during the spring historic homes and gardens tour.
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West Jefferson's downtown 'streetscape' project honored
The West Jefferson Small Town Main Street program has announced that its "streetscape" project was recognized in the 2013 N.C. Small Town Main Street Awards competition by winning an Award of Merit in the design category.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Drama continues in New Bern, N.C following police officer's death
There was more than a little tension in the air Tuesday night April 8, at New Bern's first alderman's meeting since the shooting death of Officer Alexander Thalmann.
Drake indicted on new charge involving third alleged victim
A former assistant basketball coach and taekwondo instructor is facing an additional child molestation charge after a Craven County grand jury indicted him on Monday, according the Craven County Sheriff Jerry G. Monette.
Rebuilt bridge spurs downtown business growth
It's been four years since the new Alfred Cunningham Bridge was opened to traffic, and despite a weak economy through those years, downtown New Bern is prospering.