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Abby: Wife got bad advice

Dear Abby: I’ve been married more than 20 years and have three children. What I haven’t had is a real desire for sex — nor have I ever had, as far as I know, an orgasm.

  • April Go! Guide

    Fun stuff coming up in April in the Greenville area:

  • Lost and found, pet news

    Lost and found pets and news from area shelters and animal rescue organizations:

  • Pets available for adoption

    Pets available for adoption through area shelters and animal rescue organizations:

  • Sports Camps

    ALL SPORTS CAMPWHO: rising prekindergarten through fifth gradeWHAT: Activities include archery, mat ball, soccer, basketball and spider ball.WHEN: 1-4 p.m.

  • Outdoor and Nature Camps

    ADVANCED OUTDOOR LIVING SKILLSWHO: ages 10-13WHAT: Recreational camp includes outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, canoeing, pedal boating, nature games, nature study and campingWHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Roundup: Wynne lifts Pirates

Abby Wynne belted her fifth home run of the season, a two-run shot, in the eighth inning to lift the East Carolina softball team to a 3-1 win at Memphis on Sunday.

  • Hamlin gets 25th win

    MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Denny Hamlin just needed a visit to Martinsville Speedway to get his racing team back on track.

  • Duke back in Final Four

    HOUSTON — Mike Krzyzewski is living in the moment with his youngest team ever, not thinking too much about the significance of his latest trip to the NCAA Final Four.

  • Tigers take series

    One of baseball’s rare plays punctuated Memphis’ seventh inning on Sunday.

  • ECU splits in AAC debut

    East Carolina’s opening foray into American Athletic Conference baseball began on Saturday, but the fate of its opening series is to be determined.

  • Pirate offense stirs to life

    It’s not so simple as just unplugging one player and plugging in another, but Kurt Benkert looked on Saturday like he might be a viable replacement for East Carolina football’s all-time leading passer.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • N.C. Editorial: Shifting revenue

    Forgive us if there seems to be a through-the-looking-glass, world-turned-upside down tinge to our General Assembly these days.

  • Letter: University's priorities misplaced

    In a recent speech to a local civic club, East Carolina University’s vice chancellor for student life praised the university’s grandiose new student recreational facilities.

  • Letter: Republicans want war

    What is the deal with Republicans and Iran?

  • Dionne: Harry Reid to be missed

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is an acquired taste. It may surprise people outside of his Democratic caucus that many of his colleagues will miss him. But they will.

  • Editorial: Make college accessible

    Local business, college and university leaders met in Greenville this week to discuss the economic value of higher education.

Clark: Recalling ‘wild onion’ days

I expect the green sprouts have sprung up at the old golf course in South Carolina my friends and I called the wild onion country club. At least that likely has not changed.

Experts: Delay planting garden

As the days become warmer, daffodils burst into bloom and forsythia bushes open their bright yellow flowers, many gardeners are eager to go outside and get their hands dirty.

  • Overcrowding at schools discussed

    Facing overcrowding in some of the district’s schools, Pitt County Schools officials are discussing ideas to help alleviate the problem, including redistricting or potentially building new facilities.

  • NAACP recognizes women

    Women are strong.That was the pervasive theme of a Pitt County NAACP meeting Sunday, where the mothers, wives, sisters and daughters of civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. were recognized — along with women civil rights leaders in their own right, like Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks.

  • Open house today to give update on South Greenville renovations

    The Greenville City Council has committed to moving forward with rebuilding the South Greenville Recreation Center and is holding an open house to update residents on the renovation.

  • Tax cut would brew up jobs

    Local craft brewers said proposed legislation to cut taxes on their product will create more jobs and help them brew more beer.

  • Vietnam veterans photos found

    When Ayden residents learned last week that photos of two of their fallen Vietnam heroes were being sought for placement in the nation’s designated place of honor, they made it their mission to find them.

DWI report: Woman drives into ditch

A 32-year-old woman was among seven drivers charged with driving while impaired in Pitt County after she was in a wreck on a rural road west of Greenville.

  • Crime: Shots fired into house

    Pitt County deputies are investigating a shooting into an occupied home in Grimesland.

  • Wrecks: Driver hits car blocking road

    Four people were injured in a residential area in north Greenville when a car rounded a turn and hit another vehicle that was blocking the road, police reported.

  • Man arrested for child pornography

    A 46-year-old Winterville man was arrested Friday after an investigation determined he was downloading child pornography.

  • Pitt County Grand Jury

    The following people were indicted on felony charges on March 23 by a Pitt County grand jury. All information, including addresses, is from court records.

  • Couple robbed at gunpoint

    A man with a gun robbed two people in the parking lot of the Planet Fitness Gym just before midnight Thursday, the Greenville Police Department reported.

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