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VIDEO PETS: Pets available for adoption, Sept. 21

Meet Kallie, a 10-month-old labrador mix at the Pitt County Animal Shelter. She is a friendly dog who likes to meet new people.

  • These felines are special

    The average passerby probably wouldn’t even know they’re there.

  • Hudson: These are the days of my life

    Today is set aside as World Gratitude Day. And Miniature Golf Day. And National Women’s Friendship Day. But, more importantly, it’s another day.

  • Pets for adoption

    Pets available for adoption from 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 Sept. 21

    Barbershop Chorus: The Greenville Area Barbershop Chorus, “The Carolina Chord Connection,” meets at 7 p.m. Mondays at Jaycee Park, 2000 Cedar Lane.

ECU routs Heels again

East Carolina sent another Atlantic Coast Conference team out to sea on Saturday afternoon, obliterating North Carolina for the second straight season and running its ACC streak to four wins in four games.

  • Notes: Big day for Bigger

    Appropriately enough, Zeek Bigger’s defensive performances just keep getting bigger for the East Carolina football team.

  • Allen blazes trail through Heels

    As East Carolina continues to pile up points and football wins, star senior quarterback Shane Carden and star senior receiver Justin Hardy continue to gain national recognition.

  • Peele: Bradford Creek tries FootGolf

    Are you ready for some football? Whoops, change that — some FootGolf?

  • Locals log top-10 finishes

    South Johnston’s Jacob Gonzalez and Jacksonville’s Haley Schaeffer took top honors at Saturday’s Bo Run at Boyd Lee Park.

  • ACC: Duke stays unbeaten

    DURHAM — Bryon Fields and fourth-string running back Joseph Ajeigbe each returned interceptions for touchdowns in Duke’s 47-13 rout of Tulane on Saturday.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Editorial: Cutting senior services

    A report last week on state and federal funding cuts for services assisting the state’s rising population of senior citizens reveals at least two things: 1.

  • Letter: White, male power evolving

    “Where have all the (white men) gone?”Pete Seeger’s 1960s folk lyric (substitute “flowers”) — originally a Vietnam War protest — later depicted the cycle of history and how impossible it is to break.

  • Letter: College football being corrupted

    In a country that demands adherence to equality and a sense of fair play in most areas of our lives, I have been deeply disturbed at the increasing disparity that has been allowed to grow between the P-5 and G-5 Division I football programs.

  • Krauthammer: Jihadi logic

    What was the Islamic State thinking? We know it is sophisticated in its use of modern media.

  • Fitzsimon: Fireable offenses

    North Carolina Congressman Robert Pittenger made headlines recently for suggesting that firing people from their jobs solely because they are gay is one of the “freedoms we enjoy” as Americans.

Storm: Tacky isn't edgy

When I first saw the Kent State sweatshirt with what looked like blood spattered across its front, I thought it was some kind of a twisted, photoshopped fake.

Fans enjoy big Pirate win

The East Carolina football team’s domination of in-state rival North Carolina reached almost mythic proportions on Saturday night in Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.

  • Getting a fair education

    Travel teaches us much about the world but it is no substitute for learning to read and write.

  • Today's fair schedule

    Today is the last day of the 2014 The Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair. Take church bulletin for a $1 discount off admission for a “Circus of Fun.

  • PCC notes: Porter gets scholarship

    WINTERVILLE — Pitt Community College nursing student Lauren Porter has been selected as this year’s recipient of the PCC Faculty Senate Scholarship.

  • ECU notes: Biological warfare research

    Twenty-seven years of studying the bacterium Brucella only have served to increase Dr. Marty Roop’s fascination with it.

  • Film Festival honors filmmakers

    WINTERVILLE — It was a night of big wins and surprises on Sept. 13 at the first-ever Eastern N.C. Film Festival at Pitt Community College.

DWI report: Driver hits tree

The State Highway Patrol charged a 48-year-old man with driving while impaired after he lost control of his vehicle, ran off the road and hit a tree on Grover Hardee Road.

  • Crime: Man threatens clerk

    A man threatened a clerk with a flashlight in an attempted robbery at a convenience store in Farmville on Wednesday.

  • Pitt County Grand Jury

    The following people were indicted on felony charges on Sept. 15 by a Pitt County grand jury. All information, including addresses, is from court records.

  • Crime: Three arrested for firing gun

    The Greenville Police Department arrested three males for firing a stolen handgun in the air Thursday at a park on Kristin Drive.

  • Greenville Fire-Rescue calls

    Greenville Fire-Rescue responded to more than 320 fire and EMS calls from Sept. 11-17. Following is a breakdown: Sept. 11 7:57 a.m.

  • Fire set at homeless shelter

    A fire in an exterior breezeway at the Greenvillle Community Shelters was intentionally set, Greenville Fire-Rescue reported Friday.

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