Archives for May, 2018

Tommy Wilson was named director of Curriculum and Instruction for Craven County Schools effective July 2. Wilson has been serving

Posted in Craven County Schools

The City of New Bern announced the hiring of Charles Bauschard as its new Director of Public Utilities. His first

Posted in New Bern

The Entrepreneur Center of Craven County (TEC3) is holding Duct Tape Marketing™ seminars on Thursday, June 14. Two Sessions will

Posted in Business

Longleaf Politics The General Assembly is taking a highly unusual route toward accomplishing its even-year requirement, a budget adjustment bill.

Posted in State news, State politics

REVEAL NEWS / Center for Investigative Reporting For years, North Carolina officials looked the other way while a rogue drug

Posted in State news

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain announced a partnership with the Chad Sittig Agency as a beneficiary of “Quotes

Posted in New Bern

Updated with corrected information about enterprise fund. Headed into the June 12 meeting during which the Board of Aldermen will

Posted in Aldermen, Board of Aldermen, Mayor

Alderman Barbara Best proposed that board members get a 30 percent raise.   Alderman Barbara Best took a brave stand

Posted in Board of Aldermen

North Carolina’s U.S. Senators Richard M. Burr and Thom Tillis urged the Chairs and Ranking Members of the Senate Armed

Posted in Marines

Ben Kearns, second from left, Cape Fear Public Utility Authority water operations supervisor, explains water-filtration testing equipment during an August

Posted in Environment, Water

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