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Rescue crews dislodge boat from New Bern drawbridge

NEW BERN, Craven County — Two boaters were rescued by New Bern Fire-Rescue crews after their boat slammed into the Alfred J. Cunningham Bridge and got stuck. Battalion Chief Gladson said crews were dispatched to the bridge shortly after 6:45 PM. They received a call from the Coast Guard that said there was a watercraft emergency with a male and female on board. When crews arrived, they found the boat wedged up against the bridge.
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Friday Family Fun Nights & A Social District: The Bottom Line

In New Bern over the past few months, the public-at-large became aware Swiss Bear (SB), the Chamber of Commerce, Craven County Tourism Development Authority (TDA), and the Downtown Business Council appointed a Social District Committee to work on establishing a social district in all of the downtown area and extend to Five Points. The merits that legally drinking alcohol in the streets would increase business and enhance tourism, posted on Swiss Bear’s website, generated much controversy and public outcry by downtown business owners, residents, and the community-at-large.
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Driver seriously injured after crash, 75-foot fall

NEW BERN, N.C. (WNCT) — A tractor-trailer driver is in the hospital recovering after his vehicle crashed through an overpass railing Friday morning in New Bern. A trooper with the North Carolina Highway Patrol said the driver lost control on U.S. 17 heading toward the Trent River Bridge. The driver is now hospitalized with serious […]
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Talk New Bern & Beyond with The Podsquad – Episode 216

The Podsquad: Jane Maulucci (The Reactive Voice), Pat Drake, and Wendy Card discuss the people, places, and latest happenings in New Bern and surrounding areas. Special guests: Cynthia Crane, Executive Director of the Aurora Fossil Museum, Kathy Morrison with the New Bern Historical Society, and Paula Hartman with the Trent Woods Garden Club.
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30th Antique Automobile Show shows off vintage vehicles

The 30th Antique Automobile Show was held on the streets of downtown New Bern on Saturday. 30th Antique Automobile Show shows off vintage vehicles. Eastern Pines Fire Department shows off new facility. Episode 30: ‘9 On The Positive Side’. ECU students, health care workers march for abortion …. Mother’s...
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Man in critical condition after Washington shooting

WASHINGTON, N.C. (WITN) - A man is in critical condition after being shot Sunday night in Washington. Police said they were called to the 700 block of North Market Street around 9:15 p.m. where they found Herman Branch on a sidewalk. The 47-year-old man was shot in the abdomen and...
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Pamlico County Board Meeting - May 16

Pamlico County Board of Commissioners meets Monday night, May 16 at 7p at the Pamlico County Courthouse. This meeting is open to the public. This meeting will be held in the Patsy Sadler Room at 7p, in the Courthouse Annex. The Courthouse is at 202 Main Street, Bayboro, NC 28515.
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Robert Stephens, 96; no service

Robert Howard Stephens, 96, New Bern NC, formerly of Beaufort, died peacefully at home on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. He was born October 2, 1925, in Chicago, IL to Burrett H. Stephens and Anna Pierson Stephens. He and his family moved to Beaufort, NC in 1932. He grew up in the original Inlet Inn, which his parents had purchased, and his mother operated. He and his friend John Duncan were the first two Eagle Scouts in Carteret County. He was one of the last surviving members of the Beaufort High School class of “42” where he played on the Beaufort High School basketball team that won the Carteret County Championship in 1940-41 and 1941-42.
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