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J and J Bakery Finds Its Sweet Spot

If you’re coming from Raleigh, it’s perfectly located just before you reach 70 By-Pass East in Kinston, sitting just inside of a little Pure gas station on your left. 402 more words

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Brandon Ingram Commits To Duke

KINSTON, N.C. — In March, Kinston wing Brandon Ingram told USA Today that he never envisioned himself being uncommitted this late in his senior year, but, in hindsight, he was “glad that it worked out like this” because it forced him to give stronger looks to schools in order to make the best possible decision. 353 more words

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150 Years Ago Today

March 25th to day the Companey is sent to Kinston With the Wagon train for supplyes We ride in the Wagons Arived at Kinston A little before sun down having traveled thirty Miles

Sherman’s March, March 17, 1865: "I moved towards Bentonville but six miles" - the other day lost at Averasborough

I closed yesterday mentioning that Major-General William T. Sherman in effect lost two days due to Lieutenant-General William Hardee’s delaying action at Averasborough.  The first of those days was/is apparent just looking at the progress of the Left Wing on the road to Averasborough on March 16, 1865.  1,273 more words

American Civil War

W-S Prep Girls & Wilkes Central Girls Win State Titles

Wilkes Central Beats Kinston 44-41 For NC 2-A Women’s Title

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Laken Blackburn had 15 points and nine rebounds to help Wilkes Central beat Kinston 44-41 in the Class 2-A North Carolina High School Athletic Association women’s championship game Saturday. 274 more words

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Beer from Here - February 12

“Peace. Love & Beer.” An easy-going, enjoyable motto to live and work by.

Born in the summer of 2008, Mother Earth Brewing is the dream-child of Stephen Hill and Trent Mooring, two guys from Kinston, North Carolina, a southern town in the heart of the old tobacco belt. 650 more words

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