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Charlie Hall

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Past articles by Charlie:

5 questions: Kinston native is post production producer for Ted Lasso, hit Apple TV comedy

Kip Kroeger is still a regular family fellow despite Hollywood sucess and he hasn't forgotten his Eastern North Carolina roots. → Read More

Ground Zero silence left lasting impressions on local nurse

Lynn Pollock was at Ground Zero shortly after the 9/11 attacks and will never forget what she saw and what she did not hear. → Read More

Unemployment bonus, COVID fears impact people taking available Lenoir County jobs

Old-fashion fear is keeping many people from seeking work, along with government unemployment payouts. → Read More

Global TransPark has new company, jobs for the region

Grupporeco will bring 100 new jobs and $28 million in invest to Kinston, Lenoir County and the region. → Read More

Road construction: Expect traffic delays for Kinston's North Queen Street

Phase 2 of a downtown Kinston repaving project will bring delays through the rest of summer in main downtown area. → Read More

Commercial fishermen have taken a nosedive in the past 20 years

Commercial fishermen say statistics show their numbers declining at an alarming rate in coastal Carolina over the past two decades. → Read More

Episcopal Diocese Bishop Rob Skirving of Kinston reflects on the pandemic, unrest and good works

Canadian-born Rob Skirving has been bishop of the Kinston-based Diocese of East Carolina since 2014, leading 67 churches through the pandemic. → Read More

Chef & the Farmer takes hits, rebounds from COVID shutdown with loyal, traveling customer base

The Chef and the Farmer took some punches, but has come back in a strong way as one of the region's top destination restaurants. → Read More

State, counties must decide how to spend $750 million from $26 billion opioid settlement

Major drug settlement money is headed to N.C., Craven and surrounding counties as part of a $26 billion lawsuit over the opioid crisis. → Read More

Minority, women-owned businesses apply for emergency pandemic relief

Small businesses, especially ones owned by minorities and women suffered greatly since the pandemic began. There is help. as much as $1,000. → Read More

A voice for the voiceless: New Bern has interpreters and hotlines for non-English speakers

Not speaking English can leave foreign-born people in the United States feeling lost and afraid. Language conversion by interpreters helps. → Read More

8 pieces of public art: Each reflects New Bern's history, culture, struggles or success

Greater Five Points has amassed some fine outdoor public art over the years, reflecting history, heritage and culture. → Read More

Craven County African American Trailblazers will be honored through community nominations

An effort is under way to identify leaders in the African American communities locally, with an expanded vision of providing mentoring future leaders. → Read More

Covid crisis mode to glimmers of hope

A year after coming to New to head up New Bern's Religious Community Services, Zeb Hough remains optimistic about the job of helping the needy → Read More

Retired New Bern bail bondman runs Duffyfield's Dodge City to offer community service

A Duffyfield store emerged after Hurricane Florence offering goods and information about topics such as jobs and schooling and social solutions. → Read More

Gannett Community Thrives grants can aid people, pets and a historic structure in New Bern

Annually, Gannett Foundation helps nonprofits with funding needs. Last year, four New Bern groups shared more than $20,000. Four seek help in 2021. → Read More

ECU historian David Dennard talk about his life as a black scholar

From humble beginnings in rural Georgia, David Dennard's life was shaped by educators, which became his life's work. Read his story in his own words. → Read More

Call for a city of New Bern Affirmative Action employment plan gains traction over weekend

A New Bern People's Assembly Affirmative Action proposal drew supportive public feedback during two weekend meetings. → Read More

People's Assembly wants city of New Bern to implement an Affirmative Action Plan

An advocacy group for working people says the city of New Bern's work force lacks enough people of color and wants an Affirmative Action Plan. → Read More

6 places in/near Duffyfield that could flood from heavy rain of Tropical Storm Elsa

For the mainly African American community in and around Duffyfield, any rain, especially from tropical storms and hurricanes, can be cause for alarm. → Read More