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Gardens That Love Built

Greenville gardener Sue Cosby is passionate about boxwoods and roses, and the fruits of her labor will be on display Saturday when her home garden is open to ticket-holders for the “Gardens That Love Built” garden tour.

  • Pets for adoption

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

  • Lost and Found, pet news

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

  • Meeting place April 26

    Meeting times, dates and places for area social, civic and community groups:

  • Go! Guide May

    TodayHistoric walking tourPitt County historian Roger Kammerer will conduct a free walking tour today of downtown Greenville, sponsored by the Pitt County Historical Society.

  • Rosemond: Teen years don't make rebels

    Q Our son is going to be 13 next year, and we’re trying to be proactive about the coming storm.

Another one-run win

East Carolina baseball deployed an all-left-handed starting pitching rotation against Central Florida during the weekend, capping a remarkable week with lefty Jacob Wolfe helping the Pirates beat UCF 6-5 at Clark-LeClair Stadium on Sunday to complete a sweep and 5-0 week.

  • All-County Girls Hoops Selections

    The Daily Reflector's All-County Girls' Basketball Selections:

  • All-County Boys Hoops Selections

    The Daily Reflector's All-County Boys Basketball Selections:

  • Larry Williford: Coach of the Year

    The Farmville Central boys’ basketball team charged through the 2-A state playoffs with the fearlessness that embodies its head coach, Larry Williford.

  • Ikesta Johnson: Player of the year

    No one has ever accused Ikesta Johnson of not playing with passion on the court.

  • Neal Carr: Coach of the Year

    North Pitt’s pursuit of perfection led the girls’ basketball squad all the way to the 2-A Eastern Regional final, where its coach, Neal Carr, was hoping to witness history.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Editorial: Fund greenway

    When the Greenville City Council unanimously agreed last month on a potential $13.85 million bond for road improvements and enhancements, the measure included $750,000 for the Eastside Greenway project.

  • Letter: Girls softball community effort

    As spring gets into full swing, Greenville and surrounding areas in Pitt County begin to buzz with youth athletics.

  • Letter: Civitans form Winterville club

    Civitans International is actively involved throughout North Carolina and the world.

  • Dowd: Hillary's belated femininity

    The most famous woman on the planet has a confounding problem. She can’t figure out how to campaign as a woman.

  • Fitzsimon: Right rules Raleigh

    Just when you think there’s a glimmer of hope that the flood of reactionary ideas in the General Assembly is finally slowing down and the abuse of the democratic process is waning comes a stark reminder otherwise, that folks running things in Raleigh are still far outside the mainstream of North Carolina and are willing to use almost any heavy-handed tactic to advance their far-right agenda.

Clark: History along the road

I couldn’t have guessed such a short drive north on a Saturday would put us squarely in the middle of Perquimans, “the land of beautiful women.” But we quickly found the old land’s history equally surprising.

  • Peele: Clubs clear up confusion

    Greenville Country Club’s Dr.

  • Rutledge: Cars change, teens never do

    Every generation of teenagers finds some unique way to modify their cars and trucks to distinguish themselves from their parents.

  • Woodward: Pirates playing happy

    Sometimes it’s interesting to sit back and watch the action in a baseball team’s dugout.

  • Burns: Most sights clearer with glasses

    I updated the head shot that goes with this column a little while back because the old picture didn’t look so much like me anymore.

  • Storm: Help the Pet Food Pantry

    An extended illness. The loss of a job. The death of a spouse. High utility bills.Good people can find themselves in bad circumstances for a variety of reasons.

Rate drop could come in August

Greenville Utilities electric rates will drop in August if the planned sale of generating assets to Duke Energy Progress is completed by June 30, said the local utilities leader.

  • PCC notes: Employee appreciation

    WINTERVILLE — Pitt Community College celebrated employee achievements this month with the 32nd annual Employee Appreciation and Recognition Evening at Rock Springs Center.

  • ECU notes: Virtual patient

    Students and residents representing three of East Carolina University’s health sciences programs recently participated in the university’s first interprofessional virtual patient case.

  • General Assembly voting report

    HouseHB 8 — Partisan Statewide Judicial Elections: Restores partisan statewide judicial elections for justices of the N.C. Supreme Court and judges of the N.C. Court of Appeals.

  • Congressional voting report

    WASHINGTON — Here is how area members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending April 24.

  • PCC event connects students, jobs

    The 900 students projected to graduate from Pitt Community College this year will set a record, including the numbers of those about to enter or reenter the local labor force with a work-ready education.

Lab puts finger on technology

If a law enforcement agency has the time, the State Bureau of Investigation may be able to solve the crime.

  • DWI report: Wrecks lead to arrest

    A Chocowinity man was among seven people charged with driving while impaired recently after he was involved in two wrecks on April 16, the Greenville police department reported.

  • Murderous gang tale has Greenville tie

    A Greenville man was among 12 alleged Bloods gang members arrested under a federal indictment this week charging them in a conspiracy to kill the owners of a mattress store near Charlotte and other crimes.

  • Crime: Gold jewelry stolen

    The Greenville Police Department is investigating the theft of thousands of dollars worth of gold jewelry from a woman’s home.

  • April 25 Greenville Fire-Rescue calls

    Greenville Fire-Rescue responded to more than 375 fire and EMS calls from April 16-23.

  • Crime: Police led on foot chase

    A man who broke into a Summit Street home led police on a short foot chase Thursday that ended when he broke into a nearby church, the Greenville Police Department reported.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart