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Tiny house, big benefits

America is having a big love affair with tiny houses.

Three Cups for U.S.

.2051 AP-SOC-WWCup-US-Japan,728Lloyd scores 3 and US defeats Japan 5-2 for World Cup titleAP Photo JOHV208, BCET220, JOHV209, BCET222Eds: United States 5, Japan 2. Updates. Will be updated.

  • Pitt rallies in postseason

    WINTERVILLE — Pitt County Post 39 kept its American Legion postseason hopes alive with a walk-off victory on Sunday night at Minges-Overton Field on the campus of Pitt Community College.

  • NASCAR fans defend flag

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Steven Rebenstorf has numerous flags flying atop his canopy tent inside Daytona International Speedway.

  • Coaches discuss practice changes

    The new offseason football workout schedule put together by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association has been met with mixed reviews from some Pitt County coaches.

  • North State takes title

    Greenville North State’s 9-10-year-old All-Stars captured the Little League District 4 championship on Saturday with a 7-3 win over Rocky Mount American.

  • Peele: Pinner leaving GCC

    Brady Pinner, who has served as the head professional at Greenville Country Club for more than 20 years, has decided to leave that position.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • State editorial: Overgrown legislation

    The state House in April passed a little bill helping cities deal with violations of ordinances controlling overgrown vegetation.

  • Letter: Online comments ignorant

    I am dumfounded by the hate my letter (“Unite against hate,” June 22 Public Forum) exposed. I am shocked by the ignorance displayed by a few.

  • Letter: ACA available, here to stay

    I am writing this letter in response to your June 25 article, “N.C. reactions mixed as Supreme Court keeps health subsidies.”I was eagerly waiting for the Supreme Court ruling on Affordable Care Act tax credits with all those 458,000 North Carolinians who are getting some financial help on their health insurance on my mind.

  • Dionne: Cannot destroy the faith

    For those who see religion as primarily an opiate, African-American Christianity offers a riposte.

  • Editorial: Finding the good

    The gadfly’s bite usually comes without redeeming characteristics, but Greenville city and utility leaders might glean at least a suggestion from the bite they received last week.

Storm: The ice cream wars

I am not sure how it happened, but at some point in their relationship, my little dog Einstein started bossing around my slightly larger dog, Ollie.

  • Speller: Sandwiched generation

    I recently met with friends for lunch, and it didn’t take long before the conversation turned to our mothers.

  • Rutledge: Made for rocking

    Archie Bunker had his favorite chair, and I’ve got mine. Unlike Archie’s, my chair rocks.

  • Burns: Winning isn’t everything

    I started coaching soccer when my daughter was 7. It was not my intention to do so.

  • Clark: Bull Run flows on

    When I first learned about the Civil War in elementary school, what stuck with me was the name of a small creek that meanders through the northern Virginia countryside.

  • Peele: Upgrades coming to area club

    Williamston’s Roanoke Country Club has a new owner.

Road, greenway spending constant

The City of Greenville has depended heavily on outside funds for improvements to its roads and greenways in the last 10 years, but it hopes to borrow money with voter approval this fall for maintenance and expansion.

  • Municipal election filing opens

    Filing for the Pitt County 2015 municipal elections begins today. Filing opens at 8 a.m. and ends at noon on July 17.

  • Winterville charter hires two deans

    Winterville Charter Academy, which is scheduled to open in August, has added two deans to its leadership team.

  • Breeden: Reconsidering our heroes

    Since I was a child, police officers have coached me in youth wrestling and basketball.

  • Neighborhood revives July 4 parade

    A long trip from Europe and an overnight drive from Kentucky didn’t stop Marguerite Stephens’ three grandsons from joining the Cherry Oaks Fourth of July bike parade Saturday morning.

  • ECU Notes: Physicians recognized

    The clinical practice of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University has been recognized for significantly improving patient care through the use of its electronic medical record system.

Real-life training readies officers

As Greenville Police Department officer Sergio Munguia walked the halls searching for an active shooter, he worked to gather information from victims and commanded the suspect to show his hands.

  • Wrecks: Three hurt in left-turn crash

    Three people were injured on June 25 when a man accelerated while trying to avoid being struck by another vehicle, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • DWI Report: Suspect hits pole

    An impaired driving suspect was injured on June 25 after he ran off the road and struck a utility pole, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Crime: Watch, other items stolen

    A $300 watch was among several items stolen in a burglary Wednesday from an apartment on Rosemont Drive, a Greenville Police Department report said.

  • Woman trying to save dog

    A 24-year-old Grimesland woman has not given up in trying to save a mixed-breed chow suspected of killing seven goats at the Pitt County Fairgrounds on June 23.

  • July 4 Greenville Fire-Rescue calls

    Greenville Fire-Rescue responded to more than 300 fire and EMS calls from June 25-July 1.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart