32°
Weather by

View Full Forecast

Login | Register

facebook Icon rss Icon twitter Icon

Lauderdale: Event features former director of gardens

Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and the season of giving is next.

  • Religion news Nov. 22

    ServicesClemmons Grove Pentecostal Church, 3028 Clemmons School Road, Stokes, will have quarterly meeting at 11 a.m. Sunday, followed by Communion.

  • From clutter to decor

    Designers often surprise their clients by sharing a secret: You can dramatically change the look of a room simply by changing or rearranging the items on your bookshelves and tabletops.

  • Abby: Fired worker seeks right time to explain

    Dear Abby: I was recently fired from my job for chronic tardiness.

  • Dancer returns for holiday classic

    Carolina Ballet’s Reigner Bethune spent weeks this fall as a visiting artist in Wilmington and Virginia.

  • Dancer returns for holiday classic

    Carolina Ballet’s Reigner Bethune spent weeks this fall as a visiting artist in Wilmington and Virginia.

ECU honors Holland

The culmination of all the countless hours and groundbreaking achievements during Terry Holland’s tenure as the director of athletics at East Carolina came to life on Friday afternoon.

  • Jags knock off top seed

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Down by five points in the final minutes, East Bladen needed a game-saving play to advance past the second round of the state 2-A East playoffs.

  • Chargers, Rampants eliminated

    LITTLEFIELD — A few big plays plus a defensive adjustment in the second half equaled the end of Ayden-Grifton’s football season.

  • Pirates take Blue Hens to school

    Abria Trice was not available to play and Jada Payne got off to a slow start, but the East Carolina women’s basketball team had no problem putting on a quality show for the droves of local school children packed inside Minges Coliseum for education day on Friday in a game that tipped off at 11:30 a.m.

  • GAMEDAY: Pirates return to Dowdy-Ficklen

    East Carolina football’s already rugged inaugural tour of the American Athletic Conference takes what promises to be another difficult journey today when the Pirates square off with the Temple Owls at noon in Philadelphia.

  • Wildcats, Cavs improve to 4-0

    LEXINGTON, Ky. — Aaron Harrison scored 19 points, Devin Booker added 15, and top-ranked Kentucky shot 59 percent from the field to pull away from Boston University for an 89-65 victory Friday night.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Nov. 22 Darts & Laurels

    Laurels — To this week’s groundbreaking for an 11,000-square-foot expansion to Greenville’s Convention Center.

  • Campbell: Change the budget dance

    In January, Pat McCrory will begin his third year as governor, but his first chance to fully develop a biennial budget that reflects his priorities.

  • National Editorial: Food fillers

    If your breakfast this morning came out of a box, odds are that “natural and artificial flavors” were part of the experience.

  • Letter: Veterans deserve more

    What there was of the Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11 was nice and appreciated. A young girl came to my husband (he is retired) and thanked him for his service.

  • Letter: Development rules city

    The acceptance by Assistant City Manager Christopher Padgett of Greenville Utitlities Commission’s chief administrative officer position should not be a surprise to those who follow city government.

Rutledge: Old cars, beautiful women

If not for the early influence of my friend Paul Lockhart, I might never have considered myself capable of repairing my own car. For that, my wife may never forgive Paul.

  • Speller: Holiday full of family, friends

    A co-worker recently commented that Thanksgiving isn’t the holiday for women because of all the work it takes to prepare and cook for it.

  • Storm: Letting things go

    There was a time when I took a lot of pleasure in collecting DVDs, I kept of running list of the release dates of my favorite films and flipped through store fliers to see who was selling them at the best price.

  • Peele: Stewart adds to trophy list

    Dr. Angela Stewart added another trophy to her growing list of titles, capturing the annual Jenni K Jewelry Women’s Championships held at Ironwood recently.

  • Hudson: Fall speaks to Southerners

    Southerners love fall.A smart man by the name of James Farmer said, “Fall is a Southerner’s reward for surviving summer.” I agree.

  • Summers: Big guns too much

    Gunner may as well have been named Destroyer on Thursday night in Paul Brown Stadium.

Historic home offered for free

GRIMESLAND — It sounds too good to be true.

  • Jones calls for Obama’s impeachment

    An eastern North Carolina U.S. Congressman said presidential impeachment should be on the table for discussion after Barack Obama’s executive order of amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants.

  • ECU board backs tuition increase

    The East Carolina University Board of Trustees unanimously approved a recommendation for tuition and fee increases for the next two years.

  • Congressmen support park bid

    WASHINGTON — A plan that could turn a former Beaufort County radio broadcasting site into parkland has received support from eastern North Carolina Congressional representatives.

  • Salting away resources for winter

    As winter approaches, Greenville is growing its salt supply.

  • Sleepout battles homelessness

    Predictions of temperatures dropping below freezing weren’t going to stop the members of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity from sleeping outside in an asphalt parking lot on Friday night.

Fiance charged in stabbing death

A 25-year-old woman died Friday after she was stabbed at her apartment on Whitebridge Drive, and her fiance has been charged with murder.

  • Crime: Club targeted in break-in

    The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a break-in at a night club building north of Greenville, according to a case report issued Friday.

  • Greenville Fire-Rescue calls

    Greenville Fire-Rescue responded to more than 350 fire and EMS calls from Nov. 13-19.

  • Man shot at 33 East

    Officers on Thursday were investigating a shooting that wounded a man at the 33 East student housing complex, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Crime: Fights over liquor, crack

    A man suffered cuts on both arms and his neck early Wednesday after starting a fight with another man for drinking his liquor, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Fire-Rescue responds to dorm

    Odor from a plastic cup melted in microwave and distributed by the heating and air conditioning system prompted a fire alarm and evacuation at an East Carolina University dormitory Thursday, officials reported.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart

College Football