A Greenville man is behind bars for shooting a dog.
Bikers rode through Pitt County to raise money for charity. More>>
A new twist on a fake check scam is targeting Mary Kay consultants.
For many people in the east, their severe storm plan includes hunkering down in county shelters to protect themselves. More>>
Pitt County reports they are seeing the highest productivity levels in the state for processing Medicaid applications on NC Fast. More>>
Happening Saturday, Riley's Army is hosting their 4th Annual Riding For The Kids' Motorcycle Ride. More>>
Almost 90 students will receive their degrees and diplomas from Miller-Motte College in Greenville on Friday.The commencement ceremony is being held at the Greenville Convention Center at 6:00 p.m.North Carolina Senator, Don Davis, will deliver the commencement address. Senator Davis represents the fifth district which consists of Greene County along with parts of Pitt, Wayne, and Lenoir Counties as well.Miller-Motte College originally formed in Wilmington in 1916 and primarily offers Associa... More>>
Greenville Police are taking to social media in an assault investigation Thursday. More>>
The Tar River is a vital artery, spanning much of Eastern North Carolina, but it's hardly used, but the city is making plans to make better use of it. More>>
Two weeks of hard work wrapped up for sixth and seventh grade students wishing to be innovators. More>>
The high water on Winchester Drive in Ayden may be something kids look forward to playing in, but those who live here are sick of it. More>>
Greenville is the cultural, educational, medical, and economic center of eastern North Carolina, and if you didn't know it, it's the 13th largest city in the state. More>>
A new charter school is now just one step away from opening in Pitt County. More>>
The artwork of 300 local students is getting the attention of thousands. More>>
A lightning strike left about 2,400 Greenville Utilities customers in the dark. More>>
Vidant Company Police investigate several vehicle break-ins on the Vidant Medical Center campus. More>>
East Carolina University received an anonymous $1 million gift for its Family Autism Center to expand its services. More>>
Ayden Police say a gunshot victim took himself to Vidant Medical Center Wednesday evening. More>>
Join Pitt County Community Schools and Recreation (PCCSR) in collaboration with the North Carolina Recreation and Park Association (NCRPA) and National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) in celebration of Parks and Recreation Month. More>>
Sometimes cases are classic runaways and sometimes teens truly find themselves in dangerous situations. This is when police or family members solicit the media’s help; but with great power comes great responsibility in how and when we report the cases. More>>
Laptops and cell phones are something many can't go a day without using. More>>
One park in Greenville is home to a global library effort called the Little Free Library. More>>
The types of mosquito that can potentially carry the Chikungunya virus are common in eastern North Carolina. More>>
Deputies in Pitt County have charged a man with Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Misrepresentation. More>>
The push for a higher minimum wage gets a boost from a nationwide campaign. It is called, “Live the Wage.” In the span of a week, elected officials and community leaders vow to live off $77. More>>
As the first of several new businesses open in Greenville's "Superblock," local business owners are expecting the project to bring jobs and millions to the city's tax base. More>>
Deputies say they've charged three men in a Pitt County sweepstakes bust. More>>
The East Carolina University Department of Athletics, in conjunction with its multimedia rights partner IMG College, have agreed to terms with WNCT-TV on a three-year contract which will re-establish a broadcast relationship dating back to 1989 and enable the region's CBS affiliate to regain its standing as the "Official Station of the Pirates." More>>
The American Red Cross reports blood donations are down approximately 8% over the last 11 weeks. More>>
David Sutton went before the North Carolina State Bar's Disciplinary Hearing Commission. More>>
County Manager Scott Elliott recommended the county use $171,450 in state reimbursements to offer county employees the $150 bonus. More>>
Craven County is getting a major economic stimulus as Minges Bottling Group will build a new, expanded New Bern facility at Craven County Industrial Park. More>>
North Carolina police chiefs are down in Wilmington for a conference. More>>
East Carolina University graduate students are helping a local elementary school promote literacy.
With unmanned aerial vehicles becoming more affordable, more people are taking to the skies but what do you need to know before taking flight? More>>
After several recent sightings, NC Wildlife officials are asking people to be on alert for black bears. Sunday a mother bear and her cubs climbed a tree in Winterville. More>>
A Greenville man is under arrest after the Pitt County Sheriff's Office said he sexually assaulted an underage girl. More>>
Pitt County community groups and social clubs held a rally Sunday evening at C.M. Eppes Recreational Center demanding an end to violence. More>>
A community it's in eastern North Carolina is used love to fight violence. On Saturday, dozens of people gathered at the "Day of Love" block party in Greenville. More>>
Highway patrol tells 9 On Your Side a Greenville man died in a wreck in Martin County. More>>
The city of Greenville is standing up for homeowners living on private roads.This week the Planning and Zoning board amended an ordinance that now requires developers to build roads that meet the standards of public streets.In months prior, the city got a number of requests asking them to assume responsibility of private roads---which they can.But often times, those streets have fallen into disrepair and lack drainage requirements. To ease the financial burden of residents, all new roads, pub... More>>
Police say they busted three men in a cocaine investigation. More>>
Greenville police arrested Jose Luis Olivares-Hernandez on robbery charges Thursday evening. More>>
East Carolina University's graduate program leaders are changing how they recruit students as its enrollment numbers decline. More>>
A Greenville bond referendum to improve city roads and infrastructure was delayed to November 2015. More>>
The Pitt County Sheriff's Department says the public's help led to locating a missing teen.
The Pitt County Sheriff's Office seized more than a dozen machines from a sweepstakes cafe in Greenville Thursday afternoon. More>>
The labs at E.B. Aycock, C.M. Eppes and Ayden Middle include 12 workstations with computers and other materials that help students learn with hands on activities. More>>
Grifton is taking action against sweepstakes parlors. More>>
Farmville Police arrest teen in connection with an armed robbery. More>>
The Greenville Police Department is urging people to be on-alert after a string of home invasions targeting owners of Asian restaurants. More>>
An ECU professor is receiving national recognition for a protein she discovered. More>>
The Beaufort County Jail committee met again Wednesday afternoon to discuss plans for the construction of a new jail. More>>
The City of Greenville’s Aquatics and Fitness Center is looking for Fitness Study participants More>>
East Carolina senior Shane Carden is one of 39 signal-callers named to the 2014 Davey O’Brien National Quarterbacks Award Watch List according to release by the O’Brien National Selection Committee Wednesday. More>>
The Pitt County Arts Council announced Tuesday that they have raised $50,000 in their inaugural United Arts Fund Drive. More>>
A Greenville man is facing felony charges after cutting copper wire from utility poles near Piggly Wiggly in Greenville. More>>
A 4,000 pound statue made its way from Italy for Greenville on Monday. More>>
Some strong storms with gusty and damaging winds moved through eastern Carolina Tuesday afternoon. More>>
As PTSD continues to grow, therapists are looking at new ways to treat the problem. More>>
Pitt County homeowners are bucking a national real estate trend as single-family houses still dominate the local real estate market. More>>
Work begins Tuesday on a bridge replacement project in Pitt County.
Local K-9 units helped local law enforcement solve multiple breaking and entering cases. More>>
Helping homeless pets is now as easy as taking your dog for a walk thanks to a new mobile phone app. More>>
Researchers with East Carolina University say exercising while pregnant may have some very positive effects on your baby well into its development. More>>
Deputies are looking for the suspect in a weekend shooting. More>>
Police say an amorous encounter between a couple ended in a stabbing. More>>
One man was taken to the hospital after a late Sunday night shooting, according to Greenville Police. More>>
Accepting a friend request could cost you hundreds if not thousands of dollars. More>>
People at one Eastern North Carolina church got a special treat Sunday, Hershel “Woody” Williams.
A police K-9 Unit assisted on a case Saturday night in Greenville.
A new food pantry opened in Bethel for those in need of some help. More>>
$120 million are at stake for Pitt County Schools. The school board says they are working off last year's budget which lawmakers expect to change drastically.
A deadly combination of fentanyl-laced heroin is now in eastern North Carolina. More>>
Skylight Inn in Ayden was listed as one of the top 10 places to barbeque in the South by USA Today. More>>
There’s new information in the robberies of Asian restaurant owners. More>>
A group of citizens took to the street in Greenville to protest the attacks by Israel on the Gaza Strip. More>>
Greenville Police say K9 Officer Gauge tracked a breaking and entering/robbery suspect Thursday night. More>>
On Thursday, the director of the TEDI BEAR clinic confirms the ECU Brody School is considering cutting a third of its funding. More>>
Human sex trafficking isn't something most would associate with Eastern North Carolina. More>>
Three biopharmaceutical companies are considering Eastern North Carolina as a possible location to build manufacturing plants. More>>
Local law enforcement and fire professionals will be on hand Wednesday to answer questions and provide information on child safety in the summer heat.
An ECU grad paralyzed in a freak accident at her bachelorette party in 2010 is ready to move the next stage of her life – motherhood. More>>
If you've seen a wild turkey this summer, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission would like to know about it.
The Pitt County Sheriff’s office tells 9 On Your Side that three suspects have been arrested in an armed robbery that occurred at Reaves Auto Sales in Ayden. More>>
Governor Pat McCrory signed off on hundreds of millions of dollars to improve campuses in the UNC system. More>>
On days like today when temperatures are almost in the double digits, we’re all trying to figure out ways to beat the heat. These simple life hacks could help you reduce your bill and save some money which is pretty cool. More>>
Police say they're investigating a strong armed robbery in Greenville. More>>
A Pitt County bus inspector has been recognized as the state’s best! More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory has signed a bill authorizing approximately $376 million of improvements for six schools in the University of North Carolina system. More>>
9 On Your Side headed to the Chick-Fil-A in Winterville supporting Riley's Army. More>>
A clerical error leaves 255 Greenville city employees without their paycheck over the Fourth of July weekend.
The Town of Fountain unanimously voted to eliminate its Police Department.
It's a routine we're all too familiar with, filling up at the pump and we all want to make sure we’re getting what we pay for. More>>
A man in jail since January for sex offense of a child faces new charges. More>>