Dr. Charles van der Horst has been around the world as an internationally known AIDS researcher and says he’s seen poverty and limited medical care in Third World countries that can move an observer to tears.
Children’s Heart Project: It gives us great pride to see the Children’s Heart Project continuing to fulfill a dream of our daughter, Anne, who after a trip to Kosovo in 2000 with Samaritan’s Purse learned about this project and proposed the idea for the heart program here to participate.
State leaders and the legislature have served up a “one-two punch,” attacking the public school system and the right to vote, according to an ECU professor who was arrested earlier this year at a Moral Monday protest in Raleigh.
Existing home sales and average values in the Pitt County market area were down in October compared to last year’s figures for the same month, but rose overall through the course of the year, according to reports from state and federal agencies and economic analysts.
This week I’m on the road, traveling between Palo Alto, Calif., where I did a talk with Ron Johnson, the former J.C. Penney chief executive, at Stanford University, and Dallas, where Karl Lagerfeld will put on a Texas-size extravaganza for Chanel.
Rice was a clear-cut winner in Saturday’s Conference USA football championship game against Marshall, and both teams are headed to their expected bowl destinations, but East Carolina’s postseason plans are still not booked.
Equipment, supplies and furnishings continued to arrive last week at the Greenville Veterans Administration hospital in preparation for the projected commencement of services early next year, a VA spokesman said on Friday.