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The ‘Junker Across America’ trip left Kinston Thursday night to raise awareness of veteran’s issues.
The Red Room will be the destination for the Kinston Music Legacy Benefit, which will run from 1-9 p.m.
In honor of National Honey Bee Day I thought I would share with you some unique recipes that use honey! National Honey Bee Day will be observed on August 17, 2019.
Bryan Hanks and Junious Smith III will again host the Neuse News Sports Show presented by Lenoir Community College on Facebook Live. Wednesday’s season premiere is scheduled for 4:00 p.m.
Ashley Smith has opened a new restaurant that serves subs, sandwiches, hot dogs and salads, plus ice cream.
Arendell Parrott Academy students continued a tradition of joining a St. Mary’s Episcopal Church group to help others in Western North Carolina.
Check out some new nuggets from the N.C. Department of Transportation.
Kinston businessman Brandon Potter has organized a petition in opposition to a potential 180-foot Verizon tower in the heart of downtown Kinston.
The Kinston Fire Department hosted a group of 24 teenagers from the N.C. Jaycee's Burn Center at the Neuseway Nature Center.
With summer wrapping up, it’s still possible to get one last trip to Lions Water Adventure before the park closes for the season.
The former KHS and Duke standout and current New Orleans Pelicans star held his annual event Saturday at Martin C. Freeman for hundreds of excited children.
Lenoir-Greene United Way Executive Director Molly Taylor shares her love for her organization.
N.C. Department of Transportation maintenance crews plan to close a Lenoir County road for about two weeks to replace a pipe.
What’s at the Farmer’s Market?