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Jannette Pippin

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  • The Daily News
  • New Bern Sun Journal
  • Kinston Free Press
  • StarNewsOnline
  • FayObserver.com
  • WSOCTV
  • Govtech.com
  • Herald-Journal
  • Burlington TimesNews

Past articles by Jannette:

Tackling college applications during unprecedented times

There were many changes as members of the Class of 2021 began their final year of high school with social distancing and COVID-19 precautions but some → Read More

Tackling college applications during unprecedented times

There were many changes as members of the Class of 2021 began their final year of high school with social distancing and COVID-19 precautions but some → Read More

Tackling college applications during unprecedented times

There were many changes as members of the Class of 2021 began their final year of high school with social distancing and COVID-19 precautions but some → Read More

Two additional COVID-19 deaths reported in Onslow County

Two additional deaths due to COVID-19 were reported Monday in Onslow County.The two deaths bring the number of COVID-19 related fatalities in the county → Read More

Aquarium ready to welcome back visitors; ticket sales online only

PINE KNOLL SHORES – Pungo, Eno and Neuse are ready to welcome guests back to the N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores.The North Carolina Aquariums reopen Monday, Sept. 14 after being closed since March in accordance with state efforts that have been in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.As the staff at the Pine Knoll Shores facility makes final preparations for the opening, they aren’t… → Read More

Aquarium ready to welcome back visitors; ticket sales online only

PINE KNOLL SHORES – Pungo, Eno and Neuse are ready to welcome guests back to the N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores.The North Carolina Aquariums reopen Monday, Sept. 14 after being closed since March in accordance with state efforts that have been in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.As the staff at the Pine Knoll Shores facility makes final preparations for the opening, they aren’t… → Read More

Aquarium ready to welcome back visitors; ticket sales online only

PINE KNOLL SHORES – Pungo, Eno and Neuse are ready to welcome guests back to the N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores.The North Carolina Aquariums reopen Monday, Sept. 14 after being closed since March in accordance with state efforts that have been in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.As the staff at the Pine Knoll Shores facility makes final preparations for the opening, they aren’t… → Read More

Nonprofits face challenges to meet community needs during COVID-19

A pancake breakfast held recently at Angry Ginger restaurant was more than just a good meal.For Brigade Boys & Girls Club of Onslow County, the fundraising breakfast was much appreciated support from the community at a time when it is much needed."We have been blessed by the way Onslow County has taken care of the Boys & Girls Club and we’ll continue to serve the children in every way we can.… → Read More

Reunited: Husky back with owner after being missing two years

Glacier jumped eagerly into the backseat of his mom’s car and was home again.The 3-year-old Husky had been missing from his home in Florida for nearly two years and was reunited with his owner Stephanie Lathrop Monday afternoon after some help from a Jacksonville resident who has dedicated her time to helping families find their lost pets."I’m still not sure what to think," said Lathrop, who… → Read More

Voters keep eye on local races as election season gears up

While much of the focus this election season has been on the presidential race, Onslow County’s local races haven’t been forgotten.Area residents out enjoying a day at a Swansboro park were trying to beat the heat on an unusually hot September day, but they were well aware of the elections kicking into high gear as November nears.Robby Fellows of Jacksonville said there has been a lot of… → Read More

Food Lion changes American flag mask policy after Havelock veteran’s protest

Gary Dean, who worked at the supermarket and is a former eastern North Carolina TV news broadcaster at WITN and WCTI, was told he couldn’t wear a → Read More

Food Lion changes American flag mask policy after Havelock veteran’s protest

Gary Dean, who worked at the supermarket and is a former eastern North Carolina TV news broadcaster at WITN and WCTI, was told he couldn’t wear a → Read More

Food Lion changes American flag mask policy after Havelock veteran’s protest

Gary Dean, who worked at the supermarket and is a former eastern North Carolina TV news broadcaster at WITN and WCTI, was told he couldn’t wear a → Read More

Two additional COVID-19 deaths reported in Onslow

Two additional deaths due to COVID-19 were reported Wednesday in Onslow County.The two deaths bring the number of COVID-19 related fatalities to 15, according to information from Onslow County Manager Sharon Russell."Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of these individuals," Russell said.Both fatalities were individuals younger than 65 who also had other health conditions,… → Read More

Most Camp Lejeune students returned to classrooms; DoDEA expands virtual school

CAMP LEJEUNE – As her son began kindergarten at Tarawa Terrace Elementary, parent Marlene Norgard was thankful for the opportunity that he was able → Read More

Onslow Teacher of the Year finds ’unexpected blessings’ teaching during COVID-19

The Onslow County Schools Teacher of the Year has been learning as much as her students during the unprecedented days of teaching during a coronavirus → Read More

Moving monuments: symbols of history or hate

"Lest We Forget"The words etched in stone on the side of the Confederate monument in front of the Onslow County Courthouse have been at the center of opposing sides of a stalled effort to have the monument relocated.On one side, the monument stands as a historical representation of a piece of American history and in "Loving Memory of the Men Who Wore the Grey."Johnny Shivar said he has ancestors… → Read More

Rising cost has North Topsail reconsidering federal beach project

The rising cost of rebuilding shorelines has the Town of North Topsail Beach reconsidering its participation a federal project that would pump sand onto → Read More

Shoreline protection: Congressmen Murphy, Rouzer visit Topsail

TOPSAIL ISLAND – Each of the towns along Topsail Island have different challenges and needs when it comes to protecting their shoreline, but their → Read More

Shoreline protection: Congressmen Murphy, Rouzer visit Topsail

TOPSAIL ISLAND – Each of the towns along Topsail Island have different challenges and needs when it comes to protecting their shoreline, but their meeting Thursday with congressional leaders was about one island."It was a great dialogue," said North Topsail Beach Mayor Joann McDermon. "All three towns work well together and we were all able to discuss our current challenges and… → Read More