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UPDATE: Adult skeletal remains found in Washington
One set of adult skeletal remains and clothing was found near River Road in Washington on Sunday, Feb. 18 by detectives with Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO). The remains were given to a medical examiner with ECU Health who will collect a DNA sample. The examiner will determine the sex and age of the remains. […] The post UPDATE: Adult skeletal remains found in Washington appeared first on Washington Daily News.
Body found in a wooded area in Beaufort County
A body was found in a wooded area in Beaufort County on Sunday. Beaufort County Sheriff's Office investigators say the skeletal remains were found near near River Road in Washington. The remains were taken to ECU Health and deputies are investigating the death. Annette is originally a Midwest gal, born...
Vehicle, human remains may solve 1982 cold case of 3 North Carolina missing men
WASHINGTON, N.C. - Authorities in North Carolina believe they have discovered a vehicle and human remains that could provide more insight into the disappearances of three men who were reported missing in 1982. On Dec. 10, 1982, three men, William Clifton, 30, David McMicken, 24, and Michael Norman, 32, vanished...
Preservation fund pieces together city’s past at historic cemetery
By ELLEN BRABO For the Washington Daily News The Sycamore Cemetery on Bonner Hill is more than a resting place; it’s a treasure trove of local history in Washington. Through the dedicated efforts of the Sycamore Preservation Fund, this cemetery, predating the town itself and rooted in the mid-1700s, is being revitalized. “Bonner Hill and […] The post Preservation fund pieces together city’s past at historic cemetery appeared first on Washington Daily News.
Civil rights activist Alfred 'Popeye' Barfield from New Bern dies at 80
A civil rights activist from our area has died. Alfred “Popeye” Barfield died Friday. He was one of 29 students whose actions led to the desegregation of New Bern's downtown businesses. Barfield took part in the sit-ins at the former Kress Department store in New Bern and Bob...
Washington's Italian Treasures: Five Restaurants Bringing Italy to Your Plate
In this piece, we'll be exploring five exquisite Italian restaurants located in Washington. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please don't hesitate to drop your comments below!
New Bern teen accused of several child exploitation charges
A New Bern teenager has been arrested on child exploitation charges. New Bern police raided the home of 18-year-old Eliyah Mitchell after a tip from the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. He is charged with 11 counts of 2nd degree sexual exploitation of a minor and one count of 3rd...
Woman charged with stabbing man outside Craven County store
CRAVEN COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) - An Eastern Carolina woman is accused of stabbing a man in the parking lot of a convenience store on Sunday. Craven County deputies say Tiffany Delgado has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury and resisting arrest. The stabbing happened around...
New Bern man facing court over fatal high-speed chase in Onslow Superior Court
A New Bern man who is facing second-degree murder charges related to a high-speed chase will be in Onslow Superior Court on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Andrew Michael Frazier is facing charges from a Dec. 30, 2022 high-speed chase that claimed the life of a Jacksonville woman. According to the Onslow...
Kelly Children’s Home Receives $750,000 grant for renovations
By Ellen Brabo For the Washington Daily News The Kelly Children’s Home, a nonprofit dedicated to providing shelter and care for foster children in Eastern North Carolina, has received a $750,000 Community Development Block Grant for Neighborhood Revitalization (CDBG-NR), marking a significant milestone in its journey to provide housing and support to homeless teens and […] The post Kelly Children’s Home Receives $750,000 grant for renovations appeared first on Washington Daily News.
Woman arrested after Vanceboro convenience store stabbing
A woman is behind bars following a stabbing outside of a Vanceboro convenience store on Sunday, Feb. 18, 2024. Authorities with the Craven County Sheriff's Office say the stabbing happened at the A&E Stop & Shop parking lot. Authorities say a woman stabbed a man. The woman was taken into...
Pack wrestlers complete best season in more than a decade
Pride replaced disappointment for senior Bryant Smith and the rest of the Washington High School wrestling team a couple days after a whirlwind weekend at the 2A individual state tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum. The Pack qualified a program record 11 wrestlers for the event and four made it to...
New Bern: Temporary road closure for concrete pour on Wed, Feb. 21
NEW BERN, Craven County — A Craven County roadway will close temporarily for construction crews to pour concrete on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Town officials state the 400 block of Craven Street will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Flaggers will be onsite to help residents residing along...
Goats clean up historic Washington cemetery as preservation efforts continue
WASHINGTON, N.C. (WITN) - A pack of goats just spent the last two weeks chewing and gnawing their way toward cleaning up a historic cemetery tied to the founding of the city of Washington. Forty-two goats were dropped off at the 260-year-old Sycamore Cemetery of Bonner Hill Plantation in Washington...
Track the excitement: Coastal Carolina Railroaders train show steams into New Bern
NEW BERN, Craven County — The 28th annual Coastal Carolina Railroaders train show is happening this weekend in New Bern. It's all happening Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Riverfront Convention Center of Craven County.
NC nonprofit hopes to support parents who have experienced a miscarriage or stillbirth
Boots and Blooms Foundation raises money to provide these kits and other items, like blankets and stuffed animals to area hospitals, directly into the hands of parents who need them. They’ve donated to ECU Health Medical Center, CarolinaEast Medical Center, Carteret Healthcare and Onslow Memorial Hospital.
WNCT.com’s Best of Pets: Rocko
NEW BERN, N.C. (WNCT) — Alyssa Merget, operations manager for Craven-Pamlico Animal Services, said that a gray long-haired cat needs a home to relax in. He arrived at the shelter with little background information. “Rocko came in to us as a stray at the beginning of the month. He is probably a little more on […]
What’s love got to do with it?
As I sat in Spring Garden Baptist Church listening to our beloved Pastor Aaron Lewis share God’s word with the congregation about loving people, he carefully taught us from the Scriptures of Matthew Chapter 5:43-44, where Jesus said “ye have heard that it was said, love thy neighbor and hate thy enemy. But I say unto to you, love your enemies, bless them that curse you and do good to them that hate you and pray for them that despitefully use you.” I thought to myself, only the power of God can help us do that.
CATCH A BREEZE: New Bern airport getting second airline
NEW BERN, N.C. (WITN) - Prospective passengers are set to have a new option when flying out of one Eastern Carolina airport. Breeze Airways announced this morning that it will begin serving Coastal Carolina Regional Airport (EWN) in New Bern on May 24th. The new routes will fly on Friday and Monday of Memorial Day weekend, then on Thursdays and Sundays, with fares starting from $49 one-way.
Bath students take first place in NC Science Olympiad Regional Tournament
By Clark Curtis, For Washington Daily News For the first time in 30 years, a team of Bath middle schoolers can lay claim to first place in the North Carolina Science Olympiad Regional Tournament. The event was held on the East Carolina University campus, Saturday, Feb. 17. The 15-member team of seventh and eighth graders […] The post Bath students take first place in NC Science Olympiad Regional Tournament appeared first on Washington Daily News.