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Monthly fees for membership and the exercise room, and daily rates for the batting cages prompted numerous questions and responses from the commissioners.
Lenoir-Greene United Way Executive Director Molly Taylor shares her love for her organization.
Bryan Hanks introduces you to Janet Sutton, Rudy Coggins and Laieke Abebe — three impressive community journalists.
School is officially back in session in Lenoir County.
As Hurricane Florence approaches, local leaders have continued to work toward finding ways to minimize the storm’s damage.
The chances for Hurricane Florence to make an impact on Lenoir County worse than Hurricane Matthew in 2016 are definitely in play.
With all of the projected storm tracks, there will be a massive amount of rain, especially to the west and that can be worse for us than Matthew.
Due to his role as the public information officer for Lenoir County, Neuse News Editor Bryan Hanks has temporarily stepped down from his Neuse News editorial responsibilities.
The Seven Springs Volunteer Fire Department is getting a new home.
(video included) Gov. Roy Cooper visited Kinston Tuesday to promote ReBUILD NC — a center in downtown to help victims of Hurricane Matthew.
Nearly two years after extensive damage from Hurricane Matthew, the Lenoir County Cooperative Extension is reopening.
‘Just because you have homeowner’s insurance doesn’t mean flooding is covered’ — Lenoir County Emergency Services Director Roger Dail
Need some help to help rebuild or repair your home because of damage from Hurricane Matthew? A new recovery center in Kinston is here for you.