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The Harbor Times Soup
Raymond Joseph Dupere Jr.
Born in Panama in 1954, "Joe" was the son of an army officer, Raymond, and homemaker, Rejeanne.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Hye-Jin Kim to Perform with the Greenwich Village Orchestra, 3/30
The dynamic violinist Hye-Jin Kim will perform Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto with the Greenwich Village Orchestra under the baton of Music Director Barbara Yahr on Sunday afternoon, March 30th at 3:00 p.m. at the Washington Irving Auditorium, 40 Irving Place, New York, NY.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
People Serve As Human Books For ECU Exhibit
A special set of books was made available at the Joyner Library on the campus of East Carolina University on Tuesday.
The University of North Carolina Press
Tom Eamon teaches political science at East Carolina University. He has won numerous teaching awards and written extensively on American politics.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Local Sorority, Police "Take Back The Night"
A group of students is planning to take the the streets together to show awareness of sexual violence and support the victims.
Public to get first look at Blackbeard's sunken legacy
Kim Kenyon, a QAR conservator, explains the process of how one of the anchors taken from Blackbeard's ship is being cleaned and restored at a conservation lab in Greenville.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Could Bill Clinton help (exempt NC Rat) Sen. Kay Hagan’s campaign?
Republicans dismissed the idea that Clinton would help Hagan on economic issues or health care, at least not with people who don't approve of Obama.
Jacksonville Daily News
Onslow's new superintendent begins work
The new Onslow County Schools superintendent is set to have his first day at school Monday, but he took the reins Saturday.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Eastern Wake News
Wendell's William Cashion set to perform on Late Night talk show
Late Night with David Letterman airs at 11:35 on WRAL-TV. The band usually plays at the end of the show, which goes off the air at 12:35.
Spring A&E Guide: Author's life informs her novel writing
LaToya Hankins is Carolina through and through. Born in Southport, in Brunswick County, she grew up in Raleigh, attended East Carolina University and moved to Gastonia in 1993 and Charlotte in 1998.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Coach McNeill Says Webster Will "Play Somewhere Else"
A sobering report for Pirate Nation: a Raleigh newspaper reports Danny Webster has parted ways with the team and East Carolina University's head football coach Ruffin McNeill.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Computech names new CFO and COO
Before joining Computech, Mills served as president and chief financial officer at CyberCore Technologies, helping grow the company more than 300 percent, Computech said in a release.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Music, ABC sale, train show to highlight busy weekend
An annual yard sale fundraiser by the New Bern Historical Society and a longtime traditional train show by the Carolina Coastal Railroaders head the list.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Assistant principal at NC school preaches esteem
Willie Joyner, founder of HYPE, talks about how the step team helps young men in the community to become positive forces of their community on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014 in Greenville, N.C. Joyner, now an assistant principal at North Pitt High School, said the challenge of stepping is what initially draws interest, but a bond that forms among team ... (more)
Fri Feb 21, 2014
1,400 ECU Students Without Water After Demolition Mishap
As of 9:30 Friday night, more than one thousand students at East Carolina University are without water.
40 Under Forty: Jonnetta Pemberton
Education: Bachelor's, nursing, UNCG; master's, business administration, Winston-Salem State University; post master's certificate, health care management, East Carolina University Why selected: Pemberton is charged with ensuring performance management and quality improvement programs are developed and managed well and leads several initiatives ... (more)
Thu Feb 20, 2014
ECU student faces new charge in wreck that killed Lejeune Marine
An ECU student already accused of DWI is now facing a more serious charge in a wreck that killed a Camp Lejeune Marine in Wilmington.
Burlington Times News
Three child service offices to close
Three regional North Carolina government offices designed to help the youngest children with developmental delays or mental or physical disabilities are closing, eliminating 170 state employee positions.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
The Victoria Advocate
Talk Music: Violinist to play Victoria Fine Arts Center
South Korean violinist Hye-Jin Kim will bring her fiery performance style to Victoria this weekend for a concert at Victoria Fine Arts Center.
Budget cuts lead to Infant Toddler Program office closings
State budget cuts in the NC Infant Toddler Program have the state Department of Health and Human Services planning to close three Children's Development Services Agencies in the eastern part of the state by July 1 and have the work managed from East Carolina University in Greenville.