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Past articles by Jackson:

Dogwood Festival in full bloom after COVID cancellations

“I almost forgot what it’s like to socialize with people we don’t know.," said one festival goer. → Read More

Greenville residents happy to see gas prices continue to drop

Gas prices are continuing to drop after reaching over $4.00 per gallon. → Read More

ECU students, financial aid director, react to pause in student loan repayments until August 31st

Many are breathing a sigh of relief knowing they’ll have more time before having to make federal student loan payments again. → Read More

First day of Autism Awareness Month

Today marks the first day of autism awareness month. → Read More

UNC professor reacts as Russia continues attack on Kyiv despite saying it’ll slow down

Russian forces are still attacking Kyiv after Russia said it would reduce combat situations near the Ukrainian capital city. → Read More

Loved ones remember 13-year-old killed in hit and run

More than 100 people showed up for a charity ride in remembrance of Jaquille Jackson, a 13-year-old who was killed in a hit and run in March. → Read More

Two ECU students organize Senior Health Fair

Seniors in Greenville are learning more about how to access local healthcare. → Read More

Omicron subvariant gradually spreading to the United States

Cases of a subvariant of omicron are rising in Europe and is slowly making its way to the United States. → Read More

Greenville Choral Society performs to support Ukraine

The Greenville Choral Society sang in Greenville on Sunday in support of Ukraine relief efforts. → Read More

Area plant nurseries look forward to spring

“I’m ready for it, as you can see,” Friendly Nursery owner Mary Pollard said. → Read More

Winterville breweries and animal shelter partner to get puppies adopted

Saturday a local animal shelter and two breweries partnered together to host pints for paws. → Read More

Drop in gas prices relieves Eastern Carolinians

Gas prices dropped to their lowest point in almost two weeks Friday, falling beneath the $4 mark at some stations. → Read More

Grifton woman celebrates 100th birthday

“This is a hundred years of culture of education, of just social life,” Olivia Chapman’s family said. → Read More

Rise in gas prices impacts Eastern Carolina businesses

With gas prices not expected to come down, business owners have to come up with a plan to save money where they can. → Read More

Beaufort County school dresses in costumes to celebrate Dr. Seuss

Chocowinity Primary School students and staff dressed in costumes to celebrate and read Dr. Seuss Wednesday. → Read More

Party members react to Trump’s speech at CPAC

“A teasing of an announcement should be taken, you know with a bit of a grain of salt, because it is still fairly far away from even presidential candidacy,” Duplin County GOP chair Andrew Odom said. → Read More

Cyberattacks feared as Ukraine and Russia tensions rise

As tensions between Russia and Ukraine continue to rise, one of the biggest threats is in the digital world. → Read More

Restaurants gear up for Valentine’s Day and the Super Bowl

The biggest football event of the year is wrapping up, but the busy workdays for restaurants hasn’t stopped. → Read More

Pitt Co man walks to raise donations for cancer patients

Greg Parker is walking for 24 hours inside Champions Health and Fitness Center to raise donations for cancer patients. → Read More