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Godspell sends message of kindness

Even though the story is based around parables from the Bible, the Magnolia Arts Center is confident that its latest production transcends religion.

  • Go! Guide July 31

    Fun stuff coming up in the Greenville area:

  • Arts Datebook July 31

    Events and activities coming up in the Greenville-area arts scene:

  • After hours July 31

    Live music performances and entertainment coming up at area night clubs and other venues:

  • Movie Capsules July 31

    Capsules of movies playing at local theaters. New releases are indicated with an asterisk.

  • ‘Vacation’ a funny homage

    The great American family road trip seems, in the 32 years since we first met the Griswolds, as antiquated a concept as ever.

ECU planning its defense

East Carolina’s football coaches spent part of this week watching film of the first few opponents on ECU’s schedule.

  • NFL: Fans cheer Brady

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Fans drove to Gillette Stadium past a booth selling “Free Tom Brady” T-shirts.

  • MLB: Blue Jays pick up Price

    DETROIT — Toronto acquired All-Star left-hander David Price from the Detroit Tigers on Thursday, the second major move in less than a week by the Blue Jays as they chase their first postseason appearance since 1993.

  • Panther predicts Super Bowl trip

    SPARTANBURG, S.C. — The Carolina Panthers arrived at training camp Thursday filled with optimism, perhaps no one more so than fifth-year defensive end Mario Addison.

  • McNeill calls 'Time Out'

    Toss out all of the cliches about him being the captain of the ship.

  • Compher announces $10 tickets

    With the East Carolina football season approaching, ECU athletic director Jeff Compher announced on Wednesday a plan for ECU fans to purchase new Community Corner tickets beginning this morning.

Reflector editorial cartoons

The Daily Reflector will feature political cartoons from in-house artist Dave Irwin on each Sunday's editorial page.

  • National Editorial: Failing infrastructure

    Congress has a chance this week to provide a strong boost for America’s badly deteriorating infrastructure, but only if a promising solution worked out in the U.S. Senate prevails over a short-sighted fix passed by the House earlier this summer.

  • Letter: Trump could sink GOP hopes

    Donald Trump is one of many Republicans vying to be the party’s candidate for president of the United States. My question to Mr.

  • Letter: Muslim inaction speaks loudly

    Rizwan Dard’s letter (July 19, Public Forum) paints the Islam religion as one of love, devotion and giving to fellow man.

  • Gannon: Vouchers, now accountability

    Does it serve a clear public purpose to give lower-income families $4,200-a-year, taxpayer-funded scholarships so their children can attend private or religious schools?

  • Editorial: ECU's growing footprint

    Tighter state funding might be streamlining programs and services among University of North Carolina System schools, but the brick-and-mortar evidence of East Carolina’s healthy growth rate is strong.

Clark: Semi-retirement stretches stay

In April 1990, my wife and I traveled to South Carolina from St. Louis for a vacation in our old stomping grounds around the Greenville of that state.

  • Burns: Series introduces volunteers

    The most personal contact I’ve had with my volunteer fire department is the barbecue I eat a couple of times a year from its fundraisers.

  • Peele: Will MacKenzie injured

    Greenville native Will MacKenzie’s name has been missing from the latest tournaments on the PGA Tour, having not played since he missed the cut in the John Deere Classic on July 10.

  • Rutledge: Hot new teen fashion

    My father has been gone seven years this October, but his shadow still falls around the East Tennessee farm he moved his family to in the 1970s.

  • Speller: Marveling at changes and growth in three teenage boys

    It’s generally this time of year when I learn what it would be like to have triplets. My nephews visit us for a week or so during the summer.

  • Storm: Artist awakens compassion

    They sit in kennels — hopeful, fearful, cheerful or sad. Some are picked up off the streets, wandering lost and alone.

Crowding escalates at animal shelter

Crowded conditions at the Pitt County Animal Shelter have staff considering a reduction in the holding period for stray animals.

  • Diabetes camp marks 30 years

    BLOUNTS CREEK — Corn dogs for breakfast and French toast for dinner may sound like a pretty mixed-up menu, especially at a camp for kids with diabetes.

  • Requiem to honor Charleston families

    Last month's shooting massacre at a historical church in Charleston, S.C., has prompted local musicians to offer their gifts and talents in a free concert on Sunday in hopes to inspire unity in the community.

  • Sutton sentenced to anger management

    David Sutton, an outspoken Greenville attorney with a suspended law license on trial for resisting officers at a courthouse security checkpoint in 2013, was found guilty of obstruction charges about 4:40 p.m.

  • Jones: Boehner source of frustration

    Pitt County’s Republican congressman is supporting a resolution seeking to unseat GOP House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio.

  • New St. Peter principal ready

    The McMillen family likes eastern North Carolina so much that they are moving more than 1,100 miles across the country so Doug McMillen can work at St.

Mother faces murder charge

Atlanta police on Thursday charged a Greenville woman with murder after an investigation showed she did not seek medical assistance for her unresponsive 2-year-old daughter when the two were traveling through the city, authorities reported.

  • Sutton found guilty, vows appeal

    A former Greenville attorney was found guilty of resist, delay and obstruct a law enforcement officer Thursday after he argued he was allowed to resist because the arrest was unlawful.

  • Crime: Cab driver robbed

    A cab driver was robbed after responding to a request to pick someone up on Evans Street on Tuesday night, according to a Greenville Police department report.

  • Images of downtown vandals released

    The Greenville Police Department on Thursday released images of a suspect who officers believe broke windows at downtown businesses on July 17.

  • Mother charged in daughter's death

    Atlanta police charged a Greenville woman with murder Thursday after an investigation showed she did not seek medical assistance for her unresponsive 2-year-old daughter when the two were traveling through the city, authorities reported.

  • Police: Juveniles rob delivery driver

    Two juveniles were in custody after allegedly robbing a pizza delivery driver at gunpoint on Wednesday near the ECU campus, the Greenville Police Department reported.

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