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Authorities seek info on bear killed in city limits

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and the Washington Police Department are looking for the person responsible for shooting and killing a black bear that ... Read more

7 days ago by Matt Debnam.

BCSO: Sherwood Forest shooting likely stemmed from attempted robbery

The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance as deputies continue investigating a shooting in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood, east of Washington. BCSO ... Read more

1 week ago by Matt Debnam.

Sheriff’s Office investigating shooting in Sherwood Forest neighborhood

The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood, off of U.S. Highway 264, east of Washington. According BCSO press ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Matt Debnam.

Jail closes doors to all inmates

The Beaufort County Detention Center will be cleared of inmates as contractors make a push to fix the jail’s door-locking mechanisms within the next 60 ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Criminal justice reform bills go to governor

When Washington resident Jeron Randall came home from an 18-year prison term, things weren’t easy for him. Having resolved to do the right thing and ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Matt Debnam.

BCSO bust nets kilo of cocaine, $32,000

A drug investigation by the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Drug Unit led to the seizure of a kilogram of cocaine and more than $32,000 in ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Matt Debnam.

Update: missing woman has been located

“Beaufort County Deputies have found Marina Acosta safe and in good health.  She is now back in touch with her family,” reads an update from ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

County welcomes new magistrate

SWORN IN: Washington native Keisha Langley was sworn in as Beaufort County’s newest magistrate Monday by Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Wayland Sermons Jr. Langley ... Read more

1 month ago by The Daily News.

March for justice on the Washington waterfront

Chants of “I can’t breathe!” and “No justice, no peace” could be heard on the Washington waterfront as protesters gathered for the “Together We Rise” ... Read more

1 month ago by Vail Stewart Rumley.

Award-winning game helps identify scams

RALEIGH — Marketplace scams affect one in four households each year at an estimated loss to individuals and families of $50 billion, yet most consumers believe ... Read more

1 month ago by Better Business Bureau.

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