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  • Seven Named To Join NCHSAA Hall of Fame The University of North Carolina has designated the day as the 30th annual NCHSAA ... with stints at the high school level at Burlington Cummings from 1983 to ’89 and then at Kinston from 1989 to ’98. He was defensive coordinator at Cummings when ...
  • City of Kinston customers may see 20 percent reduction in electric rates A 20 percent reprieve in electric bills for City of Kinston customers could happen in 12 to 18 months. On Monday, the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency and Duke Energy Progress agreed to the sale of generating assets. As a result, the deal will ...
  • Progress deal would lower power bills in Eastern NC towns The towns include Apex, Clayton, Wake Forest, Wilson, Smithfield, Kinston and others dotting the eastern half of North Carolina. Their 270,000 customers pay, on average, $240 to $600 more a year for electricity than Progress customers. Residents of the 32 ...
  • Civil War Medicine and Surgery Display at CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center Aug. 9 KINSTON, NC July 28, 2014 – CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive ... To commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, North Carolina’s State Historic Sites Division and History Museums Division will be hosting programs that focus on Freedom ...
  • Silver Alert issued for Kinston man KINSTON, N.C. - There’s a Silver Alert for a missing Kinston ... A spokesperson for Walmart confirms an employee at one of its eastern North Carolina stores asked a breastfeeding mom to move to a toilet stall to feed her newborn. A spokesperson for ...
  • Eastern North Carolina could see lower electricity bills, with deal announced Monday A deal between two North Carolina electricity providers could finally give some ... Towns in the 32-city Electricities network include Lumberton, Kinston, Selma, Smithfield, Apex, Elizabeth City, Wilson, New Bern, Washington, Tarboro and Edenton.
  • East Kinston neighborhood ranked worst tract in state An area of East Kinston — including Lincoln Street ... February 2014 report by the UNC Center for Urban and Regional Studies. The report, entitled “North Carolina’s Distressed Urban Tracts: A View of the State’s Economically Disadvantaged ...
  • Press Release: New Helpline Offer Adolescent Substance Abuse Recovery Support in Kinston, NC LIGHTNING RELEASES 07/21/14 –Teenage drug and alcohol addiction has been a serious issue among young people in Kinston, NC for a long time. Thousands of young adults throughout North Carolina struggle with substance abuse on a regular basis. Part of the ...
  • Kinston police investigating shots fired into home KINSTON, N.C. - Kinston police are investigating a report ... A spokesperson for Walmart confirms an employee at one of its eastern North Carolina stores asked a breastfeeding mom to move to a toilet stall to feed her newborn. A spokesperson for Walmart ...
  • North Carolina farmers experiment with stevia crops Kinston, N.C. Register: http://go.ncsu.edu/stevia 14 or email ... According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the number of North Carolina tobacco farms shrank 35.9 percent between 2007 and 2012, although the amount of tobacco each farmer is producing ...
  • Seven Named To Join NCHSAA Hall of Fame The University of North Carolina has designated the day as the 30th annual NCHSAA ... with stints at the high school level at Burlington Cummings from 1983 to ’89 and then at Kinston from 1989 to ’98. He was defensive coordinator at Cummings when ...
  • City of Kinston customers may see 20 percent reduction in electric rates A 20 percent reprieve in electric bills for City of Kinston customers could happen in 12 to 18 months. On Monday, the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency and Duke Energy Progress agreed to the sale of generating assets. As a result, the deal will ...
  • Progress deal would lower power bills in Eastern NC towns The towns include Apex, Clayton, Wake Forest, Wilson, Smithfield, Kinston and others dotting the eastern half of North Carolina. Their 270,000 customers pay, on average, $240 to $600 more a year for electricity than Progress customers. Residents of the 32 ...
  • Civil War Medicine and Surgery Display at CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center Aug. 9 KINSTON, NC July 28, 2014 – CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive ... To commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, North Carolina’s State Historic Sites Division and History Museums Division will be hosting programs that focus on Freedom ...
  • Silver Alert issued for Kinston man KINSTON, N.C. - There’s a Silver Alert for a missing Kinston ... A spokesperson for Walmart confirms an employee at one of its eastern North Carolina stores asked a breastfeeding mom to move to a toilet stall to feed her newborn. A spokesperson for ...
  • Eastern North Carolina could see lower electricity bills, with deal announced Monday A deal between two North Carolina electricity providers could finally give some ... Towns in the 32-city Electricities network include Lumberton, Kinston, Selma, Smithfield, Apex, Elizabeth City, Wilson, New Bern, Washington, Tarboro and Edenton.
  • East Kinston neighborhood ranked worst tract in state An area of East Kinston — including Lincoln Street ... February 2014 report by the UNC Center for Urban and Regional Studies. The report, entitled “North Carolina’s Distressed Urban Tracts: A View of the State’s Economically Disadvantaged ...
  • Press Release: New Helpline Offer Adolescent Substance Abuse Recovery Support in Kinston, NC LIGHTNING RELEASES 07/21/14 –Teenage drug and alcohol addiction has been a serious issue among young people in Kinston, NC for a long time. Thousands of young adults throughout North Carolina struggle with substance abuse on a regular basis. Part of the ...
  • Kinston police investigating shots fired into home KINSTON, N.C. - Kinston police are investigating a report ... A spokesperson for Walmart confirms an employee at one of its eastern North Carolina stores asked a breastfeeding mom to move to a toilet stall to feed her newborn. A spokesperson for Walmart ...
  • North Carolina farmers experiment with stevia crops Kinston, N.C. Register: http://go.ncsu.edu/stevia 14 or email ... According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the number of North Carolina tobacco farms shrank 35.9 percent between 2007 and 2012, although the amount of tobacco each farmer is producing ...

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