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Past articles by Thomas:

Elizabeth City police investigating July Fourth shooting at apartment complex

Kevin Cofield, Jr. was taken to Albemarle Sentara Hospital, then flown to Norfolk General Hospital. His condition is not known at this time. → Read More

Child killed in Elizabeth City shooting

When police arrived at the scene, they were told the two victims had been taken to Sentara Albemarle Medical Center, where one of them died from their injuries. → Read More

Rocky Mount police make arrest in weekend murder

The shooting happened in broad daylight Saturday at Rocky Mount’s Martin Luther King Park. → Read More

A dozen crews battling large fire at car garage

Duplin County Emergency Management says the responding crew found a large number of cars on fire inside, and more fire in the adjacent woods. → Read More

Witness recalls moment man was shot at Lenoir County store

“I heard an argument and the next thing I know, I heard a gunshot,” the eyewitness said. → Read More

Elizabeth City police investigating homicide

Tyrone Armstead, 33, had been shot multiple times and was pronounced dead upon police arrival Tuesday night. → Read More

Bucks beat Hornets on Antetokounmpo’s final-seconds layup

LaMelo Ball had a career-high 36 points for the Hornets, followed by Kelly Oubre Jr. with 25 and Miles Bridges with 22 points. → Read More

Arrest made in fatal Lenoir County hit-and-run

Antwaun Thompson was charged with felony hit and run. → Read More

Grifton school staff rock out to motivate students ahead of final exams

Visual Arts teacher Michael P. Wells and his coworkers want to help take the edge off with a tune their students can listen to ahead of their end-of-grade tests. → Read More

ECU Day of Giving fundraiser soars past donation goal for record $6.5 million

The fundraiser, held for 24 hours on March 17, drews donations from 1,200 people for a total of over $6.5 million, shattering the school’s goal for $3.2 million. → Read More

Police investigate hit-and-run in Roanoke Rapids

A pedestrian is injured after a hit-and-run early Tuesday morning, according to Roanoke Rapids police. → Read More

New Bern makes Southern Living ‘South’s Best Small Towns’ list

Southern Living, a southern U.S. lifestyle magazine and website, has ranked New Bern at #7 on its 2021 “South’s Best Small Towns” list. → Read More

Multiple taken to hospital after fiery crash in Greenville

A crash in Greenville caused multiple injuires and a fire. → Read More

Eastern Elementary going fully remote this week

Eastern Elementary School in Greenville is transitioning to fully-online learning for the week of January 11-15. → Read More

Pitt County offers resources to struggling tenants

Wednesday Governor Roy Cooper announced his plans to extend the moratorium on evictions through the month of January. That gives renters like Kelsey Best, who could have benefited from the HOPE Fund, another month to figure out what they’re going to do. → Read More

Local leaders respond to upcoming modified “Stay at Home” order

According to Pitt County Health Director Dr. John Silvernail, the age group with the most active cases in the county has shifted to the 25-49 group, whom the director says will also be the most affected by the curfew. → Read More

Suspect wanted in Craven County armed robbery

At 9 p.m. Sunday deputies with the Craven County Sheriff’s Office responded to an armed robbery call at the Dollar General at 5615 Highway 17 in Ernul. → Read More

Nash County deputies arrest man suspected of domestic stabbing murder

There they learned that the children who lived there told their next-door neighbors the victim had been stabbed by 33-year-old Alexander Dzikowski, who lived there with the victim. → Read More

Farmville post office to be renamed for late congressman Walter Jones

Jones was born and raised in Farmville and, for 24 years, represented the region in congress before his passing. → Read More

Ayden road shut down after car hits utility pole

APD says a car hit a utility pole around 5:30 p.m. Sunday, damaging the traffic lights. There has been no report of injury associated with the crash. → Read More