Monday, May 20, 2019

Dinner raises money, highlights impact of local community center

May 20, 2019

Barbecue and redemption were the central themes on Sunday as hundreds gathered at the Third Street Education Center during its annual Dinner on the Grounds.

The event — which featured a barbecue dinner and talk by North Carolina pitmaster, writer and food critic Bob Garner —…

Red light camera suit goes to court

May 20, 2019

The fate of Greenville’s red-light camera program and the income it has generated for Pitt County Schools now rests with three judges.

Attorneys representing the city, Pitt County Schools and Mary Sue Vaitovis presented their arguments for summary judgment in the case of Vaitovis v. City and…

Property transfer, gateway project top City Council agenda

May 20, 2019

The Greenville City Council will vote on the conveyance of two pieces of property with the goal of preserving a historic structure and promoting economic development at its regular session scheduled for 6 p.m. today.

The council also will consider awarding a contract for the Sycamore Hill Gateway…

Combating a crisis: Law enforcement, lawmakers open several fronts in opioid battle

May 19, 2019

As Paula Dance campaigned for her first term as Pitt County sheriff in 2018, she routinely identified the opioid epidemic as the most pressing challenge facing law enforcement. Among her mantras was, “You can’t arrest your way out of the crisis.”

Arresting users for drug-related…

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