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Kolasa: ‘Eating clean’ the latest trend

Q I hear people talking about “eating clean” or buying foods with “clean labels.” What does that mean?

  • Kid stuff calendar Sept. 1

    Drawing classThe Greenville Recreation and Parks Department will offer Addicted to Drawing, for ages 8-14, from 4:30-5:30 p.m.

  • No need to fear the turkey burger

    It really is time for all of us to get over our hesitation about turkey burgers.

  • Labor Day grilling

    Let’s face it, a cookout on Labor Day, that bittersweet farewell to summer, tends to attract the hedonistic hordes.

  • Fuss-free grilled chicken skewers

    For those days when you just want something simple and delicious to pop onto the grill and get to the table in under 30 minutes, this is your recipe.

  • Dr. K: Cataract surgery complications rare

    Q I am having cataract surgery in a few weeks. Can you describe the possible complications?A A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye.

Pirates amp up workouts

Tuesday was what East Carolina head football coach Ruffin McNeill calls a heavy day.

  • Around the AAC: Coaches debuting

    A couple of highly sought-after assistant coaches took over American Athletic Conference football programs this offseason for their first head coaching gigs.

  • Roundup: Conley falls 2-1

    D.H. Conley head boys’ soccer coach Kurt Garner was visibly frustrated after his team’s 2-1 home loss to Fike on Tuesday.

  • Lane answers London’s call

    Former East Carolina point guard Antonio Robinson will begin his professional career with the Reading Rockets of the English Basketball League.

  • Robinson in Reading

    Former East Carolina point guard Antonio Robinson will begin his professional career with the Reading Rockets of the English Basketball League.

  • ECU unveils hoops schedule

    A demanding American Athletic Conference slate, an early tournament on the west coast and home games against three in-state foes highlight the East Carolina basketball team’s schedule, which was released on Tuesday.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Editorial: New chief's challenge

    As Greenville welcomes its second new police chief in three years, the job comes with high expectations attached.

  • Letter: No 'pro-choice' Catholics

    I am greatly distressed at the comment in a recent “Bless Your Heart” section commending the pro-choice parishioners at St.

  • Letter: Whitley has vision, experience

    Donna Whitley is running for mayor of Greenville. She is a woman of vision who has called Greenville home all of her life.

  • Oakley: Fed up with politicians

    As I move around the area, I find that many people are fed up with politicians who go to Washington, D.C., (or to Raleigh for that matter) and don’t do what they say they will do.

  • Editorial: Young founder inspiring

    Most people grow up thinking that to be successful and make a difference one must be grown up.

MacKenzie on wrong side of tie

Sometimes, one silly stroke can make the difference over an entire season and Greenville native Will MacKenzie learned that last week when the Wyndham Championship was completed in Greensboro.

  • Speller: Homecomings and reunions

    I’ve been out of high school for more than 30 years, but it’s always fun to go back for a visit.

  • Storm: Make headlines fun again

    Oh, for the days of old-time newspapers.Last weekend, I happened across some online photographs of papers from the early part of the 20th century.

  • Rutledge: All thumbs

    My kids are all thumbs. Their mother and Verizon recently equipped all three of our teenage daughters with new iPhones.

  • Burns: Former player impresses

    Every now and then I will be somewhere and hear the words “Hey, Coach Bobby.

  • Clark: New pup teaches this old dog

    The kindergartners gathered again this week for more training on how to sit, stay, wait and walk — and “no bite.”The room was full of innocents, and innocence.

Sharp Point speeds help to area

SHARP POINT — Some folks in the Sharp Point community say that prior to 1981, a building there could catch fire and burn down before a first responder arrived on the scene.

  • Unemployment rate unchanged

    Pitt County’s unemployment rate was unchanged in July from the previous month, posting four-tenths of a percent above the state unemployment rate, which increased one-tenth of a percent above last month’s rate.

  • Texting, driving dangers shown

    An AT&T “It Can Wait” driving simulator aimed to send East Carolina University students a message on Tuesday.

  • NAACP delivers voting rights letter

    CHARLOTTE — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is distancing himself from a full-page newspaper ad about a Christian rally he plans to speak at in Charlotte.

  • Greenville hires police chief

    Greenville hired a new police chief on Tuesday who said his deep roots in a smaller but more urban city have schooled him in fighting the worst kinds of crime and equipped him to build strong community relationships.

  • Wastewater spill reported

    About 22,725 gallons of untreated wastewater spilled from pipe into a tributary of Swift Creek in Winterville on Sunday, according to town officials.About 8:30 p.m.

Names released in drug deal robbery

Greenville police on Tuesday released the names of six individuals involved in a robbery that stemmed from a drug deal on Monday at a student apartment complex.

  • Crime: Teen reports assault

    An Ahoskie teenager told police that he was struck in the head with a car door and punched on Saturday night, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Officer will not be charged

    The Pitt County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday that no charges will be filed against an off-duty Greenville Police Department officer involved in a fatal shooting on Aug. 6 at Buffalo Wild Wings.

  • Officer will not be charged

    The Pitt County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday that no charges will be filed against an off-duty Greenville Police Department officer involved in a fatal shooting on Aug. 6 at Buffalo Wild Wings.

  • Two pedestrians injured by vehicle

    Two pedestrians were injured on Monday night when a vehicle hit them while they were walking in a turn lane on East 10th Street, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Names released in drug deal robbery

    Greenville police on Tuesday released the names of six individuals involved in a robbery that stemmed from a drug deal on Monday at a student apartment complex.

Bless your heart
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