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Conley wins awards

The theater department at D.H. Conley High School recently brought home honors from the 2014 North Carolina Theatre Conference High School Play Festival.

McNeill lauds bounce-back effort

East Carolina head football coach Ruffin McNeill continued to champion on Monday afternoon his team’s bounce-back victory against Tulane last weekend in his usual team-first way.

  • Cold shooting costs Pirates

    Greg Mays scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Green Bay to a 66-49 victory over East Carolina on Monday in the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.

  • Roundup: Pirates set records

    The East Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams set a combined seven records and posted three NCAA ‘B’ qualifying times at the Nike Cup Invitational hosted by North Carolina in Chapel Hill last weekend.

  • UNC builds late-season surge

    CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina is putting together another late-season turnaround.

  • Summers: All eyes on Hardy

    The college football universe scrambled to keep pace, to find No. 2 on every play.“Is that him out on the left flank? No, no, he’s in the slot.

  • Pirates travel for Showcase

    East Carolina’s players and coaches have referred to their visit to Estero, Fla., for the Gulf Coast Showcase as a business trip.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Editorial: Serving pets, community

    As we enter the holiday season and offer thanks for tables of plenty, the season also calls us to recognize the needs of those doing without.

  • Dionne: Political stakes clearer

    Stay wide awake in the coming weeks.

  • Letter: Focus on helping Americans

    Every day, I become more frustrated about many aspects of my government.

  • Letter: Americans were fooled

    “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” These are the words of one of the most revered presidents, Abraham Lincoln.

  • N.C. Editorial: Tree rescue

    The magnificent trees that once dominated the landscape are all but gone, victims of a root rot and then a blight, both inadvertently imported.

Burns: Immigration is who we are

Most Americans know about the Pilgrims and their voyage in 1620 on the Mayflower. Our Thanksgiving celebrations this week are rooted in their story.

  • Summers: All eyes on Hardy

    The college football universe scrambled to keep pace, to find No. 2 on every play.“Is that him out on the left flank? No, no, he’s in the slot.

  • Clark: One dig Woods couldn’t let slide

    Long and loud complaints often hide the real things down deep that most hurt or anger us.

  • Peele: Hendrix signs with UNCG

    Bryce Hendrix, a four-year letterman on the D.H. Conley boys’ golf team, has signed a grant-in-aid with UNC Greensboro.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Fitness class goes to the dogs

Two mornings a week, East Carolina University students make their way into the Pitt County Animal Shelter, sign in, grab a pedometer and attach a leash to one of the dogs who are happy to trot beside them during their regular walks around nearby Alice F. Keene Park.

  • ECU plans millennial campus

    East Carolina University will begin partnerships with area companies to start a millennial campus and possibly add several more around Greenville.

  • Church honors living legends

    “The Three J’s” accepted proclamations and praise Saturday afternoon as they were honored as “living legends” at New Covenant Community Church.

  • Warm gift made by loving hands

    Hazel Wiggins, 83, said she didn’t think she could do it — her eyesight is too poor.

  • Farmers eye immigration action

    President Barack Obama’s executive action last week aimed at millions of undocumented immigrants likely will affect the economy and culture of Pitt County and eastern North Carolina, area experts said.

  • Aycock legacy fuels ECU debate

    East Carolina University officials last week debated a revision to its facilities and activities naming process, a step they deemed necessary before moving forward with a possible change to one of the university’s residence halls.

Help sought to ID suspect

The Greenville Police Department on Tuesday released images of a man it believes used a stolen credit card to make several fraudulent purchases.

  • Post-stabbing details in report

    The man charged with stabbing his fiancee to death last week remained in the Pitt County Detention Center Monday under a $2 million bond.

  • Chief issues Ferguson statement

    Greenville’s police chief called on community leaders Monday to help the department ensure safety and allow free assembly and speech in the wake of an expected decision in the Ferguson, Mo., police shooting case.

  • Homicide is second in neighborhood

    A shooting at an apartment off of Hooker Road killed a man on Monday, marking the neighborhood’s second homicide since 2013 and the second shooting in Greenville in less than a week.

  • Crime: Robberies investigated

    A robber stole a cellphone from a couple on Forest Hill Circle on Saturday in one of two robberies investigated by the Greenville Police Department during the weekend.

  • Prevent turkey fryer fires

    Greenville Fire-Rescue will hold a turkey fryer demonstration on Wednesday to show people how to safely fry a turkey.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart

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