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Three receive Park Scholarship

Three area students have been named recipients of Park Scholarships at North Carolina State University.

Curry favored for MVP

OAKLAND, Calif. — His voice cracked first. Then, his eyes got red. Finally, Stephen Curry cried.

  • Roundup: Conley second at regional

    D.H. Conley’s boys’ golf team found itself in familiar territory at the 4-A East Regional at Taberna Country Club in New Bern on Monday.

  • McIlroy hopes to pull away from pack

    SAN FRANCISCO — Unless he changed his routine, Rory McIlroy started celebrating his 26th birthday on Monday by going to the website of the Official World Golf Ranking to see where he stood.

  • Earnhardt finds peace on, off the track

    CHARLOTTE — There was a nearly five-year period for Dale Earnhardt Jr. when being a famous race car driver wasn’t all glitz and glamour.

  • Pirates claim series

    Jacob Wolfe wasn’t dominant, and in fact described his own pitches on Sunday afternoon as “wishy-washy,” but the sophomore East Carolina left-hander nonetheless wrote mostly his own script in a crucial 5-2 baseball victory in a rubber match against Connecticut in Clark-LeClair Stadium.

  • Earnhardt Jr. tames Talladega

    TALLADEGA, Ala. – At a track that has always been good to his family, in front of an adoring crowd that so clearly favors him over everyone else in the field, Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruised to an emotional first win of the season.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Editorial: Public engagement needed

    Most citizens will go about their daily lives for years on end without attaching names to many of their closest neighbors.

  • Letter: Greenways tied to transportation

    Editor’s note: This letter is in response to today’s letter from a member of the Greenville Bond Committee that was copied via email to other committee members and The Daily Reflector Public Forum.

  • Letter: Roads highest bond priority

    A column published Sunday by Daily Reflector writer Janet Storm was insightful and directly to the point.

  • Letter: Air-quality getting better

    It’s a relief to see that ozone levels in the Greenville area have improved in this year’s State of the Air report published by the American Lung Association at stateoftheair.org.

  • Gannon: State budget pizza

    The state budget process, which is about to begin in earnest, is like making a pizza.Start with the dough.

Storm: Focus on road repair

If I was to ask you for a car loan, and you knew for a fact that I had stopped changing the oil, rotating the tires or scheduling tune-ups for my previous automobile, what would you say?

  • Burns: Package no cause for alarm

    A suspicious package showed up on my desk last week while we were in the middle covering the news about threats, heightened security and an evacuation at ECU. It was box about the size of a brick, wrapped in brown paper.

  • Peele: Coaches tourney June 15

    The Pitt County Coaches Golf Tournament, which is more than 25 years old, invites all local middle and high school coaches, administrators, referees and other friends to participate on June 15 at Bradford Creek Municipal Golf Course.

  • Rutledge: Your father's talk show host

    I’m sort of glad my father is not around to see David Letterman retire this summer.

  • Speller: Mothers lay a foundation

    I read last week how a daughter decided to find her birth mother and discovered that she and her mother were working in the same company.

  • Clark: History along the road

    I couldn’t have guessed such a short drive north on a Saturday would put us squarely in the middle of Perquimans, “the land of beautiful women.” But we quickly found the old land’s history equally surprising.

Board to revisit open enrollment

The Pitt County Board of Education voted 5-4 to table a motion that would place a one-year moritorium on the athletic activities of students moving to schools with open enrollment.

  • Board delays tax office discussion

    A discussion about an organizational review of the Pitt County tax office was postponed Monday after the commissioner who raised the issue said he still is researching the topic.

  • Pitt takes no action for agency

    The Pitt County Board of Commissioners took no action Monday on a nonprofit group’s request to partially fund a delinquent health insurance premium payment.

  • Power restored to 18,000

    Power was restored for about 18,000 customers  Monday morning after an outage affected areas of Greenville, Winterville and western Pitt Count, officials reported.

  • Meeting focuses on neighborhoods

    Greenville residents interested in improving the quality of life in their neighborhoods discovered Saturday that the city can help them reach that goal.

  • Stats: DWI prosecutions improve

    Pitt County court officials said they are making progress on disposing of old driving while impaired cases, and a new part-time prosecutor should speed things up even more.

Grand jury indicts teen in fatal wreck

A teenager whose first trial for death by vehicle ended in a mistrial has been indicted by a grand jury and is scheduled to be tried again in June.

  • Crime: Shots fired druing party

    Someone pulled out a gun and fired shots early Sunday during an altercation at the end of a large party at the National Guard Armory, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Bond request denied in murder

    A judge denied a motion Monday to reduce a bond from $2 million to $50,000 for a man charged in a 2013 shooting death at an Arlington Boulveard apartment complex.

  • Shootout reported at North Campus

    A shootout at a student apartment complex damaged several vehicles and caused a gas leak, the Greenville Police Department reported Monday.

  • GPD Crashes: Three hurt

    Three people were injured on April 25 in a three-vehicle wreck in which a driver attempted to change lanes to make a turn, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • DWI report: Wreck in parking lot

    A Greensboro woman was charged with driving while impaired after she crashed into a parked car while she was trying to park.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart