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POLL: What’s next for downtown Washington?

Over the past several years, downtown Washington has undergone significant improvements in terms of its aesthetics and offerings.  ...

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Politicians hurt students with a teacher shortage; they must fix this now with a better state budget

By DIANE MITCHELL and DEE GRISSETT If you sat down in the dentist chair, you would think it ...

Beaufort County

This is how we do it-but there’s more to be done

Beaufort County proved over the weekend that it knows how to throw a party. Summer Festival 2021 was ...

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An unfortunate necessity

The hesitancy and concern six members of the Beaufort County Schools Board of Education showed in voting to ...

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Editorial: A much-needed opportunity to revamp the Hotel Louise building

If you didn’t notice the former Hotel Louise property while it sat vacant for the past decade or ...

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Time for a reform, not a death sentence

As Sen. Jay Chaudhuri said, House Bill 91 is effectively a death sentence for the North Carolina High ...

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An unusual Fourth of July in Washington

Crackles and booms were plentiful as fireworks lit up Beaufort County’s skies over the past weekend. Donned in ...

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Celebrate Fourth of July safely

As the Fourth of July holiday weekend begins, remember to practice safety and responsibility when celebrating America’s independence.  ...

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Beaufort County sports year-a true team effort

The state tennis, track and field and wrestling tournaments over the weekend wrapped up a high school sports ...

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Stop the ‘spin cycle’; communicate with developers, property owners

Within the past several years the City of Washington’s marketability and livability have improved significantly, thanks in part ...

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