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Belhaven businesses clean up, reopen after flooding

Monday night, Chad O'Neal was sitting on a bench outside his store in Belhaven, water up to his knees and worrying about the damage inside.

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Weekend full of activities with Mumfest, Mullet Festival

Mumfest starts Friday in New Bern and the Mullet Festival will begin Saturday, marking a weekend full of festivities in two area counties.

Winterville police investigating shooting Thursday night

Officials with the Winterville Police Department are investigating a shooting on Thursday that sent one man to the hospital.

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New Bern resident helping raise donations for South Carolina flood victims

Meghan Bailey Woodward is a South Carolina native living in New Bern. She’s trying to help those affected by the recent flooding there.

Economic development project proposed forTrent Road, Hwy 17

More economic development is slated for New Bern. This week the city's planning and zoning board recommended the approval of a rezoning request of six parcels of land on Trent Road from residential to commercial.

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West Craven looking to end Havelock's recent success in series

Havelock and West Craven usually meet in the final game of the season. This year, they'll meet on Friday in what could be a preview of the state playoffs. Havelock has won every game since 2009 and the Eagles want to change that.

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Two-year-old hit and killed by vehicle

A two-year-old was hit and killed Wednesday night, the Highway Patrol told NewsChannel 12's Rebekah Thurston.

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Patchy fog late overnight, a few more clouds Friday

We should have one more dry day before some rain comes returns on Saturday.

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Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet wins 2015 Nobel Peace Prize

Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet has won the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize.

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Former Chicago schools head to plead guilty to fraud

The former head of Chicago Public Schools intends to plead guilty to 20 charges that she used her power to channel to no-bid contracts worth more than $23 million to a prior employer, a federal prosecutor told reporters Thursday.

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