By Holly Desrosier Countless lives were devastated from Hurricane Florence’s destruction, including the lives of several Craven Community College (Craven
By Holly Desrosier Craven Community College (Craven CC) will host a Spring Open House for new students Tuesday, March 12
By Holly Desrosier Lawyer, actor, musician, performer—meet George Oliver, an accomplished attorney who can act and play the banjo, too!
By Holly Desrosier The aroma of turkeys cooking in the oven, stockings being hung by the fire and families gathering
Craven Community College got into the holiday spirit a little early this year with help from local businesses and donors
By Holly Desrosier Craven Community College (Craven CC) students impacted by the hurricane now have more resources for financial relief.
Kate Amerson, history/humanities faculty and Phi Theta Kappa advisor for Craven CC, received the Lifesaver Award on October 30, 2018
By Holly Desrosier This is Part III in a series of stories focusing on the impact Hurricane Florence has had
By Todd Bradley, Craven Early College Principal Making sure that the school is prepared and ready to receive our students,
By Holly Desrosier This is Part II in a series of stories focusing on the impact Hurricane Florence has had
Following the devastation of Hurricane Florence, the students at Early College EAST High School and across Craven County have decided
By Holly Desrosier This is Part I in a series of stories focusing on the impact Hurricane Florence has had
Paul Damico, executive director of security and emergency management, received the Lifesaver Award for his work on the New Bern
(Complete story available from WSAV.com) SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – After evacuating from North Carolina, one family decided to spend a