DAVID’S TENT: Local church to represent NC in praise and worship event in nation’s capital

DAVID’S TENT: Local church to represent NC in praise and worship event in nation’s capital

Saturday morning, North Carolina will have its day at one of the biggest praise and worship events in the nation — David’s Tent — when ... Read more | Add your comment

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First Bank appoints local advisory board member

First Bank has announced local business leader Jason Pair has been appointed to its Beaufort County Local Advisory Board. Pair brings a “wealth of knowledge” ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Council changes sports fees  | Add your comment
  2. Beaufort County Early High School joins BCCC Halloween festivities  | Add your comment
  3. Turn back the hands of time  | Add your comment

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Jubilee: Singspiration provides unique worship experience

Singspiration returns to Washington this Sunday at 4 p.m. at Beebe Memorial CME Church in Washington. Singspiration, which is open to the public and which ... Read more | Add your comment

Haunted house: Washington full of ‘things that go bump in the night’

Haunted house: Washington full of ‘things that go bump in the night’

The sound of footsteps, but no one appears. A apparition hovering just out of sight. A haunting whiff of smoke or whispers in the night. ... Read more | Add your comment

CPS takes stand against bullying

CPS takes stand against bullying

From Chocowinity Primary School CHOCOWINITY — Jaunty hats, colorful socks and team jerseys were all part of a mission to raise awareness of bullying during a weeklong ... Read more | Add your comment

Experienced navigators improve care, access for cancer patients

From Vidant Health   GREENVILLE — Vidant Health implemented a new cancer care-navigation model to help provide high quality cancer care locally and regionally. Once a ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Three join BCCC board of trustees  | Add your comment
  2. A COMMUNITY AFFAIR: Volunteer squad heads to the grill to raise funds  | Add your comment
  3. Council sets five goals for city manager  | Add your comment
  4. Early voting ends Saturday  | Add your comment
  5. Museum director to present research at international conference  | Add your comment
  6. Northeast Elementary School Fire Safety  | Add your comment
  7. Engelhard High School Reunion held recently  | Add your comment
  8. Road closure set for Nov. 3 through Nov. 7  | Add your comment
  9. CPS Story Time  | Add your comment
  10. Students surprised with fire truck ride and pizza party  | Add your comment
  11. MAKING WAVES: Beaufort County artists stand out at watercolor society show  | Add your comment
  12. Coming down: Council awards contract to demolish condemned building  | Add your comment
  13. ACCEPT, ExCel to host family event Saturday  | Add your comment
  14. FALL FESTIVAL: School to host annual fundraiser  | Add your comment
  15. Make the case: Council gets tough on outside agencies seeking city funding  | Add your comment
  16. Hagan to visit Washington  | Add your comment
  17. Joint op nets three arrests  | Add your comment
  18. Phentanyl patch sales lead to arrests  | Add your comment
  19. AGE GROUPS: Speaker to give seminar on working with other generations  | Add your comment
  20. Workshop aids smartphone and tablet users  | Add your comment
  21. Fundraising event supports local Special Olympics athletes  | Add your comment
  22. Washington road closure affects River Road traffic  | Add your comment
  23. Sound Investment: Pam Pack Band Works to Fund Growth  | Add your comment
  24. Portion of NC Hwy 32 to be closed starting Monday  | Add your comment


Pack wins conference title | Hawks win big at Lejeune

Pack wins conference title | Hawks win big at Lejeune

Washington locked up its second-consecutive Eastern Plains Conference title on a chilly Halloween night with a 32-7 victory over North Pitt. Running back Markel Spencer ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Pam Pack meets conference foe in Round 2  | Add your comment
  2. FRIDAY FOOTBALL PREVIEW: County teams enter second half of conference play  | Add your comment
  3. Chocowinity wins big  | Add your comment



The Down East Seniors Club held their October 22 meeting at the Blind Center of NC in Washington. President John Tunstall led the meeting. Ed ... Read more | Add your comment


The meeting was called to Order  by Ruby Manning at 7:30 PM. Members present were: Karen Ball, Obed Brabble, Ben Davis, Brandy Dixon, Jeff Edwards, Buddy ... Read more | Add your comment

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Two birds, one stone

Last night, Bath Elementary held its annual Fall Festival, bringing students and their families out for a night of fun — and fundraising. While this ... Read more | Add your comment

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Write Again . . . Don’t we deserve better?

An office holder — a very high office — referred to the political campaign time as ... Read more | Add your comment

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Letter to the Editor: Oct. 21, 2014

To the Editor: (I’ve) been following the most recent poll in the Daily News and find its results to date very telling. When ecomonic development ... Read more | Add your comment

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