Tina Adkins, New Bern Sun Journal

Tina Adkins

New Bern Sun Journal

8, NC, United States

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Recent:
  • New Bern Sun Journal
  • Kinston Free Press
Past:
  • The Daily News

Recent articles by Tina:

Masks, beads, food and drinks: Ghent neighborhood plans annual Mardi Gras event

The Ghent community will host its annual Mardi Gras event on Saturday, Feb. 26. → Read More

After years of searching, youth dancers find a place to call home

KeshaLra Johnson of New Bern has opened a dance studio in New Bern on Dr. MLK Jr. Boulevard → Read More

Pelican leaves the nest: Downtown bar closes, seeking new location

After being a staple in the New Bern area for nearly eight years, The Brown Pelican has closed its doors. → Read More

Child dies following Saturday bike accident in Jones County

The accident occurred around 1 p.m. on New Year's Day. Ya'Zion was wearing appropriate safety gear and a helmet. → Read More

“I saw zero, zero, zero": Pamlico County woman wins big from N.C. Lottery

Rhonda Potter of Bayboro, NC, bought a winning NC lottery's Bigger Spin scratch-off ticket in Alliance. → Read More

“I saw zero, zero, zero": Pamlico County woman wins big from N.C. Lottery

Rhonda Potter of Bayboro, NC, bought a winning NC lottery's Bigger Spin scratch-off ticket in Alliance. → Read More

2022 is coming! Did you know about these popular New Year's traditions?

A list of traditions practiced for bringing in the new year. → Read More

New business provides water safety and teaches swimming to New Bern youth

A new business teaches youth how to swim and remain safe in water → Read More

Flo's Extravaganza, Young Urban Professionals provide free dinner to veterans in New Bern

Flo's Extravaganza and Young Urban Professionals recently provided 100 meals to local vets, first responders and community residents → Read More

Labor shortage and food prices: Restaurant closes within 30 days of grand opening

Newly opened Mary Lee's Kitchen in Vanceboro closed on Oct. 24 less than 30 days of grand opening → Read More

Free luncheon, March for the 22 honors set to honor nearly 20,000 veterans in Craven County

March for the 22 and a free luncheon are scheduled for Veterans Day 2021 to honor veterans in Craven County → Read More

Trick-or-Treat New Bern: 10 Halloween events for kids and adults in the community

New Bern gets a bit spooky this week. Take a look at some of the Halloween events happening in the area this week. → Read More

New Bern woman wins half of NC Lottery's Cash 5 jackpot

Danielle Godette of New Bern said she was "shocked" to find out she won half of the NC Lottery Cash 5 jackpot. → Read More

'I wanted to have my own shop': Hobby turns to profession for New Bern business owner

Shari Cooper has turned her love of beauty into business opportunity. → Read More

Bookstore to host Nicholas Sparks book signing event in New Bern

Best selling author Nicholas Sparks will be at Books-A-Million for a book signing of his latest work, The Wish → Read More

5 things to know about the upcoming Cherry Point Air Show

A list of things to know for those planning to attend the 2021 Cherry Point Air Show. → Read More

'Country Grammar' rapper Nelly will headline MumFest concert

Grammy award winning artist Nelly will be performing at a concert at Lawson Creek Park in New Bern on Oct. 29 as part of MumFest's month long celebration → Read More

New downtown business: Gail Bisbee brings a passion for redecorating to Craven Street

Gail Bisbee has opened new store in downtown New Bern with unique contemporary art and fine home decor → Read More

The Black Duck, Ole Yeller and Lickety Split sail again in Great Trent River Raft Race

The Black Duck, Ole Yeller and Lickety Split are a few of the named rafts that will participate in this year's Great Trent River Raft Race → Read More

Bengel Hospitality among local restaurants seeking staff: Are unemployment benefits why?

Bengel Hospitality among local restaurants seeking staff. Unemployment benefits may be keeping some from returning to work → Read More