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Splendid through mid-week
In a post-COVID-19 world, Craven Community College and CarolinaEast Medical Center are partnering for an environmental services housekeeping training program.
Sunday was the last day of the Pitt County Fair. It was closed Friday and Saturday due to the weather conditions from Ophelia.
Here is Episode 88 of our all-good news show.
Eastern North Carolina got a lot of rain and wind, which produced some flooding and power outages as Ophelia moved through the area Friday night and Saturday.
Meteorologist Max Claypool has video from other parts of Greenville where flooding was taking place.
Drivers were experiencing high water and poinding on parts of Arlington Boulevard on Saturday as Ophelia moved through the area. (Davis Suppes, WNCT video)
WNCT's Ken Watlington shot this video of flooding in the Paramore Park area of Greenville.
Parts of Greenville Boulevard were experiencing backup water and some ponding from all the rain the area has received (Bernie Ritter, WNCT video)
Parts of Greenville experienced some flooding and road closures, including Evans Street, Saturday morning (Bernie Ritter, WNCT video)
Ophelia brought heavy rain and windy conditions to downtown Greenville on Saturday (Bernie Ritter, WNCT video)
The Tar River was rising at Town Common in Greenville (Bernie Ritter, WNCT photo)
How ENC is fairing with the tropical storm surge