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Past articles by Tresia:

Local police release crime rates for 2020

Greenville. Kinston, Washington, and New Bern police departments released crime stats to WITN that show vast differences when comparing departments. → Read More

Kinston residents hope for stimulus check increase

Residents hope stimulus checks are upgraded from $600 to $2,000. → Read More

Unemployed residents hope second relief bill gets them back on their feet

Unemployment benefits were set to end last weekend, but now, help is expected to be on the way with President Donald Trump signing the second pandemic relief bill. → Read More

What to do if you miss holiday shipping deadlines

Some last-minute shippers were able to get their packages in time, but for those who didn’t, there are other ways to make sure your loved one feels special this holiday. → Read More

Greenville allergist explains which patients with allergies can and can’t take COVID-19 vaccine

Allergist Dr. Sherif Taha says this only happens in rare cases and, if you have allergies, do your research before making a decision. → Read More

Vidant Health C.E.O. discourages holiday gatherings, nurses and doctors overwhelmed

Not only does the state’s department of health and human service’s data show record-high case increases and deaths, beating the previous records every day, but Waldrum says health professionals may become overwhelmed. → Read More

Bertie County hosts community event and COVID-19 testing site as cases in state and country rise

Total cases in the U.S. have exceeded 13.2 million, according to the CDC, with an over one million case increase over seven days. In addition to that, last week, Bertie County was deemed a “red zone,” meaning at critically-high risk. → Read More

Cannon Hinnant honored with children’s multiplex memorial

Wilson Parks and Recreation announced the building of a children’s multiplex they call the “Miracle Field.” → Read More

Lenoir County hosts free COVID testing, turkey giveaway, bill assistance, and more

Not only were drivers able to pull up for a COVID-19 test, some also received a turkey, help with rent and utilities, and health resources too. → Read More

HBCU chancellor and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority regional director discuss VP-elect Kamala Harris

Although a graduate of Howard University, VP-elect Kamala Harris can impact all 107 HBCUs around the country. → Read More

Greenville hosts virtual Veterans Day service, Washington celebrates in person

Throughout the day, services from Greenville, to Washington, and beyond, have taken place in person and virtually—showing appreciation for our troops in the East. → Read More

Black women, girls in the East react to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is expected to bring many firsts to the White House, inspiring girls and women in the East. → Read More

What happens if a voting machine malfunctions on Election Day?

Several things can cause an error message; such as, overvoting (voting for two candidates running for the same position), putting in two ballots in at the same time, marking an “x” instead of bubbling in your choice, a jam, a power outage, just to name a few. → Read More

GPD and mental health professionals discuss collaboration efforts following death of Walter Wallace, Jr.

Back in August, Trillium, Integrated Family Services, Greenville Police, and the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office collaborated to team up when responding to sensitive calls. We checked on the progress. → Read More

Students still complain of unsanitary conditions months after Paramount 3800 is found in violation

The apartments received violations, and according to Greenville City Code enforcement, management was making improvements. However, a few residents at Paramount 3800 disagree. → Read More

Stage IV breast cancer patients raise awareness

And as we continue to spread awareness throughout the month of October, two ladies, fighting breast cancer themselves, are reminding women to get checked—even though we’re in the middle of a pandemic. → Read More

Beaufort County nursing homes see COVID-19 spikes in deaths and cases

River Trace Nursing & Rehab Center, in Washington, has a total of at least 129 COVID-19 cases between residents and staff and 14 deaths, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. And reports show Ridgewood Living & Rehabilitation Center has had at least 123 COVID-19 cases including both staff and residents and 13 deaths. → Read More

Breaking the silence on domestic violence in the East

Breaking the silence on domestic violence in the East → Read More

Financial experts weigh in on tax loopholes for wealthy as president denies tax allegations

Financial experts weigh in on tax loopholes for wealthy as president denies tax allegations → Read More

Iris Hayes’ father speaks for the first time since the two-year-old died and murder charges filed against mother’s boyfriend

Iris Hayes’ father speaks for the first time since the two-year-old died and murder charges filed against mother’s boyfriend → Read More