>Four More Exciting Events for This Weekend!

>Take a “Haunted Hayride” of New Bern’s Historic District Friday and Saturday at 6:30pm. Ghosts of New Bern and Carolina Carriage Tours begin at Morgan’s Tavern and Grill at 235 Craven St at 6:30pm. For reservations, call 252-571-4766. Prefer a “Haunted Evening” at the Attmore-Oliver House? Tomorrow evening the tours begin at 8:00pm and 9:00pm. […]
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>Voci Allegre Vocal Ensemble

>Voci Allegre vocal ensemble is pleased to announce “A Very British Christmas,” its first concert of the 2009-2010 season. Sponsored jointly by Craven Arts Council and Gallery and First Baptist Church of New Bern, the performance will be held in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church (Middle Street) and begins at 6:00 PM on December […]
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>City of New Bern Runoff Election

>It looks like New Bern residents will be at the voting both again, this time for runoff voting. It was unclear to me exactly what this voting method was because I’ve never encountered the situation. For those who aren’t familiar with the process, let me explain. Mayor Bayliss and Johnnie Ray Kinsey of Ward 4 […]
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>City of New Bern Election Results

>Congratulations are in order for the winners of the City of New Bern Elections for Mayor and Alderman, although there is the question of run-off elections pending. The best of luck for those effected by the run-off elections. Mayor Bayliss 49% – Lee Bettis at 45%. Lee Bettis requested a run-off election because Candidates have […]
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>The Coastal Environmental Partnership announces Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics collection events

>The Coastal Environmental Partnership announces Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics recycling events in Craven and Pamlico Counties. These events will take place on Saturday, October 17th. The Pamlico County Courthouse on Highway 55 in Bayboro is the site for the Pamlico event. The hours there are 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Craven Community College, 800 […]
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>Recent 50 Million Fish Kill on the Neuse River

>After meeting with Larry Baldwin, Lower Neuse RIVERKEEPER, and Brian Westcott, Program Coordinator, I learned a great deal about how the greater New Bern community can help these hardworking men improve our Neuse River. Word of the recent 50 million fish kill resonates around town. It’s obvious that the time has come for local residents […]
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>Executive Director of the Coastal Environmental Partnership named to Board of Directors of NC SWANA

>Allen M. Hardison, Executive Director of the Coastal Environmental Partnership, has been named to the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Chapter of SWANA (Solid Waste Association of North America). SWANA is a non-profit, international educational organization serving individuals and communities responsible for the management and operation of municipal solid waste management systems. The […]
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