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ECU presents challenging "Arcadia"

There’s no guarantee that those who go to see ECU’s production of “Arcadia,” will walk away with a complete understanding of everything they’ve seen.

  • Go Guide Feb. 27

    TodayRev. C.L. BryantThe North Carolina Republican Party First Congressional District will host an event featuring speaker Rev.

  • ‘DUFF’ gives genre a social media spin

    All teen comedies owe some debt to John Hughes and Amy Heckerling.The milieu of suburban teenage life that they explored decades ago has defined the genre since.

  • After hours Feb. 27

    5TH STREET DISTILLERY annex: 120 and 122 E. Fifth St. Wednesday-Saturday: DJ. A.J. Mcmurphy’s: 1914 Turnbury Drive. 355-7956. Tuesday: Blues night.

  • Arts Datebook Feb. 27

    GMA“Materials and Making: Celebrating the Artwork of Robert W. Ebendorf” will be featured at GMA through April 26, with an opening reception from 6-8 p.m. today.

  • Smith, Robbie charming in ‘Focus’

    If the mark of a good con artist is that he or she makes you think you know exactly what’s going on — when of course you haven’t a clue — that’s also the mark of a good con-artist movie, isn’t it?

FC’s opening statement

WINTERVILLE — Farmville Central battled Mother Nature, leaky roofs and players being rusty leading up to its showdown with South Columbus.

  • Pirates to entertain Great Danes

    East Carolina baseball revamped its weekend plans on Friday after USA Baseball announced that the USA Baseball-Irish Classic scheduled to be played in Cary was canceled because of inclement weather.

  • Former Rampant enjoys homecoming

    Dalton Britt had his homecoming last weekend and Tucker Jacobs has a similar situation this weekend.

  • ECU places 17 on all-conference teams

    Seventeen East Carolina swimmers earned all-conference accolades in 24 events at the American Athletic Conference championships last weekend at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.

  • McIlroy stumbles in Fla.

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Playing in America for the first time this year, Rory McIlroy’s first shot was a 2-iron out of play.

  • Extra day of testing in Atlanta

    HAMPTON, Ga. — After the glitz of Daytona, it’s time for the NASCAR grind.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • National Editorial: Kayla's ransom

    Incredible as it may seem, the agony of the Mueller family during their daughter’s imprisonment by terrorist kidnappers was worse than we thought.

  • Letter: Aycock birthplace marked

    Uh Oh.Warning. If traveling east or west on U.S. 264, be sure to close your eyes from either direction as you approach the 53-mile marker, as it will be an alert that you are near an exit to the birthplace of former Gov.

  • Letter: Support for play appreciated

    I want to thank everyone who came to see Pitt Community College Drama Club’s production of “The Vagina Monologues” and to support REAL Crisis Center.

  • Gannon: What not to hear

    With another General Assembly long session upon us, we once again will get to hear hundreds of hours of political debate over the next few months, ranging from the extremely mundane to the vitally important.

  • Editorial: Vidant's worthy mission

    Vidant Health’s announcement this week that construction of a new cancer center in Greenville is moving forward despite funding challenges related to state and federal changes in health care is encouraging.

Burns: All relative in family, tech

One of our loyal readers called Friday because he could not get his e-edition to work.

  • Storm: Southeners know snow

    The thought of Southerners driving in the snow makes many Northerners chuckle.

  • Rutledge: What polar vortex?

    When Northern people start complaining about the cold, Southern people get nervous.

  • Woodward: Payne's gains

    As Jada Payne has moved closer to 1,000 points during her two-year East Carolina women’s basketball career, I’ve thought about different ways to approach writing about the feat.

  • Speller: Exhibit features preservation

    Driving through eastern North Carolina, I still enjoy a pastime I developed as child — gazing at old, abandoned homes and wondering about the people who used to live there.

  • Clark: Dean Smith's lessons learned

    The death of UNC basketball coach Dean Smith this past week took me back to my early years in Chapel Hill, when indirectly the coach helped me to learn about the subtleties of race relations.

$1 million winner lands another $200K

A retired Martin County catfish farmer caught another big one, according to the North Carolina Educational Lottery.

  • Greater service, greater progress

    Individuals interested in helping their communities are drawn to the graduate chapters of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.

  • Daily Reflector receives 25 awards

    The Daily Reflector received 25 awards Thursday in the North Carolina Press Association’s annual editorial excellence contest, including 10 first places and 11 seconds.

  • A bit more cold before Spring shows

    Spring is coming, but Pitt County still has a weekend of wintry weather to endure, according to The National Weather Service.

  • PCC reports student data breach

    Individuals who suspect they may be a victim of credit card fraud or identity theft are urged to contact local law enforcement along with Federal Trade Commission and/or the N.C. Attorney General’s Office.

  • Snow day not always welcomed

    Like many local students, Annette Brooks danced around her house after hearing that ice had caused her classes to be called off last week.

Police track suspect through snow

Officers arrested a man who allegedly stole from a woman’s purse after following his footprints in the snow, the Greenville Police Department reported Thursday.

  • Crime: Officials investigate stabbing

    Pitt County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Vidant Medical Center on Wednesday after a man showed up with a stab wound, the office reported.

  • Wrecks tick down; caution urged

    Local law enforcement responded to fewer weather-related wrecks on Wednesday but urged motorists to remain cautious.

  • Crime: Man faces assault charges

    A Greenville man was arrested on several charges after a report that he cut another man during an altercation on Sunday night, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Urgent need for blood donations

    Several blood drives were canceled on Wednesday due to inclement weather affecting a daily regional need to collect between 500 and 600 pints of blood, according to the American Red Cross.

  • SHP: One injured in car-truck crash

    A driver was injured when his car collided with a truck that turned in front of him on U.S. 264 near Pactolus, the State Highway Patrol reported.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart