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Paperwork slows progress on 10th Street measures

December 10, 2016

An official with the N.C. Department of Transportation said progress on the state’s plan to make safety improvements along the 10th Street corridor has been slowed as planners await cost estimates.

NCDOT engineer Steve Hamilton updated the Greenville City Council on his department’s…


Farmers market extends operations until Christmas Eve

December 10, 2016

The approach of winter suggests fallow fields but an abundance of local produce is ripe for picking.

The Leroy James Farmers' Market, formerly called the Pitt County Farmers Market, is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday until Dec. 24.

In past years the market has closed between…


Pitt woman plans a merry Christmas for seniors

December 10, 2016

Whenever Cheryl Willoughby visits her aunt at the Southern Assisted Living Center on West Fifth Street, she can’t help but notice that some of the residents don’t have many visitors or much cheer in their lives.

The 40-year-old administrative secretary at Vidant Medical Center got the…


Belhaven group makes another offer on Pungo property

December 10, 2016

A group led by Belhaven’s mayor has made another offer to purchase the old Pungo Hospital building and property in hopes of saving it from demolition.

Pungo Medical Center, led by Mayor Adam O’Neal, this week offered $665,000 to Pantego Creek LLC, which owns the hospital property.…

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