In a world where a global pandemic closed movie theaters and delayed the release of blockbuster movies, one local filmmaker brought his first feature film to life.
In his final East Carolina Board of Trustees meeting Friday, Interim Chancellor Ron Mitchelson let the numbers do most of the talking. Those figures told trustees and the public that over a chaotic 18 months he ensured the ship did more than stay afloat.
Williamston – “I am very happy that we could attract a candidate of Lawson Walston’s caliber to MCC.”
WINDSOR – Lawrence Academy moved quickly to find their new Head of School.
RALEIGH – Maria Medina of Lewiston Woodville has earned a scholarship that could be worth $48,000 over the next four years.
RALEIGH – A Bertie Early College High School graduate is one of a handful of students in eastern North Carolina who has earned a Golden LEAF Scholarship.
AULANDER — Aulander Elementary School Principal Clara H. Lee was surprised June 3, "sweepstakes-style" by Dr. Otis Smallwood and the members of his Executive Team — Linda Bulluck, Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction; Steven Harrell, Executive Director of Finance; and Michael Whi…
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