A special campaign is under way in Greenville called “Watch for Me-NC,” designed to educate pedestrians to use crosswalks and educate drivers to stop when someone is in a crosswalk or standing at a crosswalk waiting to cross.
This last summer, Tony Boudreaux picked up a shovel and traveled back – way back – in time. Boudreaux, an archaeologist who teaches at East Carolina University, along with a student team, was on a job excavating near Town Creek Indian Mound in Montgomery County.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) North Carolina recently awarded William “Leigh” Atherton from East Carolina University the John Baggett Award during a luncheon at its 30th annual conference at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh.
Dr. Randall Parker, East Carolina University economics professor, spoke about the importance of economic growth during his presentation at the recent Free Market Lecture Series sponsored by the Business Technologies Department at Central Carolina Community College.