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Pets for adoption

Pets available for adoption through area shelters and animal rescue organizations:

  • Lost and found, pet news

    Lost and found pets and news from area shelters and animal rescue organizations.

  • Meeting place March 1

    Meeting times, dates and places for area civic, social and community groups.

  • March Go! Guide

    Fun stuff to do coming up in the Greenville area:

  • Burberry hosts starry show

    LONDON — London Fashion Week rolled out the big guns Monday, with British design powerhouse Burberry hosting the glitziest catwalk show of the season.

  • Abby: A house is worth having

    Dear Abby: I am 23 and my husband is 27. We’ve been married for two years.

Pirates value veteran duo

As transfers have been infused into East Carolina’s women’s basketball program and helped the Pirates rack up wins at a record rate under fifth-year coach Heather Macy, Janesha Ebron and Tatiana Chapple have served as invariables.

  • ECU: Two win track events

    Competing in the American Athletic Conference track and field indoor championships for the first time, East Carolina came away with a pair of event victories, one new school record, 17 personal bests and 11 all-conference selections at the event in New York.

  • Johnson pulls away in Atlanta

    HAMPTON, Ga. — The season just started. The calendar hasn’t even turned to spring.

  • ECU sweeps Great Danes

    With Albany and East Carolina both having purple and gold as their school colors, their baseball teams needed to strategically rotate uniform combinations throughout the weekend at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

  • County teams dominate

    After all the snow, all the delays and all the rescheduling, D.H. Conley was happy to finally get back on the court.

  • Pirate baseball wins big

    Albany pitcher Cameron Sorgie got Reid Love to chop a grounder to the left side on the infield for an out, a pretty routine start to East Carolina’s half of the first inning on Saturday at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • N.C. Editorial: Free-speech fight

    Steve Cooksey was in bad shape. He was overweight and newly diagnosed with diabetes in 2009. So he did something about it, in dramatic fashion.

  • Letter: Happiness not found in 'me'

    King Solomon, a very wise man of history, realized he was not happy with life and he sought to find the happiness that was eluding him.

  • Letter: City has much activity to offer

    A study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, teased out the relative dangers of inactivity and obesity.

  • Dionne: GOP's loud 'yes' to 'no'

    It’s a daunting challenge to spin the word “no” into a hopeful and forward-looking political battle cry.

  • Editorial: School needs, A-F debate

    If the North Carolina Legislature wants to know how it can help schools that did not score so well on the state’s new A-F grading scale, Pitt County can offer the blueprint.

Clark: 'Whoop' for awards night

As memory serves it was late 1990 or early 1991 when I attended my first state press association awards ceremony as editor of The Daily Reflector.

  • Speller: Hair culture demands respect

    Kinky, curly, wavy and even nappy are words often used to describe black women’s hair that is “natural” or without any chemical straighteners.

  • Rutledge: Watch what you say

    It feels bad when a kid breaks something of Dad’s. Dad gets mad, the kid feels bad, and everybody’s sad. I think I could write a Dr.

  • Burns: All relative in family, tech

    One of our loyal readers called Friday because he could not get his e-edition to work.

  • Storm: Southeners know snow

    The thought of Southerners driving in the snow makes many Northerners chuckle.

  • Rutledge: What polar vortex?

    When Northern people start complaining about the cold, Southern people get nervous.

Snow days challenge for schools

North Carolina is no stranger to extremes when it comes to weather, ranging from hurricanes to ice storms, but just because inclement weather shuts down classes doesn’t mean school employees stop in their tracks.

  • Board considers fire-rescue requests

    Forming a committee with firefighters and rescue personnel to offer input on improvements to Pitt County’s emergency radio system is one of the items on today’s 9 a.m.

  • CPR training for Class of 2015

    When North Carolina lawmakers voted to make CPR instruction a requirement for high school graduation, some local officials took it to heart.

  • Tax deadline approaching

    Despite some confusing aspects to this year’s state and federal income tax laws, including the Affordable Care Act and the new North Carolina tax structure, one thing has not changed: The deadline to file returns remains April 15.

  • Driver ed vote before school board

    The Pitt County Board of Education will vote today on a resolution concerning a loss of driver’s education funding next school year.

  • Youth take center stage at awards

    Youth took the stage at the Greenville Human Relations Council’s 43rd annual award ceremony and reception Saturday at the Hilton Greenville.

Murder trial starts next week

A suspect in a 2012 triple homicide in Farmville is scheduled to go on trial in Edgecombe County next week for the robbery and murder of a Princeville couple.

  • ECU student robbed

    A strong armed robbery occurred on Sunday in a parking lot at East Carolina University, according to an alert.

  • DWI: Driver threatens officer

    ECU police charged a Greenville man with driving while impaired and communicating threats after he repeatedly shouted obscenities at an officer, the officer reported.

  • Pitt County Grand Jury

  • Lunch interrupted by collapse

    GRIFTON — A building collapse downtown Grifton on Friday closed the town’s main thoroughfare and scrambled customers at the diner next door.

  • Greenville Fire-Rescue Calls

    Greenville Fire-Rescue responded to more than 375 fire and EMS calls from Feb. 19-25. Following is a breakdown:     Feb. 19 10:56 a.m.

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