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  • Abby: Girlfriend eager to clean garage

    Dear Abby: My boyfriend, “Ron,” and I have been together for more than a year, and we now live together.

  • Hot Dish: Corleone’s cuisine

    Corleone’s Exquisite Dining has opened for dinner at 206 S.W. Greenville Blvd., the former location of Yerbabuena Latin Cuisine.

  • Kolasa: What ‘gluten-free’ means

    Q I read that the Food and Drug Administration issued new regulations in August about gluten-free labeling.

  • Thanksgiving by the numbers

    Ready for the annual Thanksgiving math quiz?

  • Dr K: Hookahs are not harmless

    Q You recently wrote about e-cigarettes not being safe for teens. What about hookahs? I don’t completely understand what they are. Are they OK for my teen?

Minges magic continues

The East Carolina women’s basketball team never trailed in Minges Coliseum on Wednesday, defeating College of Charleston 68-55 to improve to 11-1 in its last 12 home openers.

  • FEARLESS: High school football preview

    Daily Reflector sports staffers Jim Gentry, Tony Castleberry and Ronnie Woodward break down the second week of playoffs of Pitt County's 2014 high school football season and make their predictions.

  • Panthers, Vikings split

    BETHEL — The night featured the usual turnovers, fouls and other mental mistakes expected when teams are playing their first basketball games of the season.

  • Pirates hosting Lynchburg

    For a sophomore, East Carolina’s Caleb White speaks with maturity and perspective beyond his years when discussing the Pirates’ men’s basketball team.

  • Ivey anchors Pirate secondary

    Lamar Ivey didn’t get much time to celebrate a career night in Cincinnati, other than a little impromptu dance he did on the football field after a fourth quarter fumble recovery.

  • Busch meets with investigators

    WILMINGTON, Del. — Police in Delaware have interviewed NASCAR driver Kurt Busch and are continuing to investigate allegations by his ex-girlfriend that he assaulted her during the September race at Dover International Speedway.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • Editorial: Gym update overdue

    When the City Council voted last week to move forward with plans to renovate South Greenville Recreation Center, it set in motion a long-overdue project that will improve one of the city’s most important parks facilities.

  • Letter: Elect pro-worker leaders

    Back in 1923, my cousin Ray was jailed just for being a member of the Wobblies — a union of unskilled workers.

  • Letter: Rate Tillis on what he does

    In response to P.A. Woodward’s letter (Public Forum, Noc. 17) regarding whether Thom Tillis will be a great senator or not based on his stance on obamacare: Even the Democrats admit that the law is filled with flaws that need to be fixed, i.e., the 29-hour work week, medical device tax, etc.

  • Dionne: Mission for Jeb Bush

    President Obama will no doubt clash regularly with his newly empowered partisan adversaries in Congress.

  • Editorial: Hardy snub dims award

    For University of Tennessee football fans, the Heisman Trophy lost a lot of its shine in 1997, the year Peyton Manning came in second.

Peele: Stewart adds to trophy list

Dr. Angela Stewart added another trophy to her growing list of titles, capturing the annual Jenni K Jewelry Women’s Championships held at Ironwood recently.

  • 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.

  • Storm: Letting things go

    There was a time when I took a lot of pleasure in collecting DVDs, I kept of running list of the release dates of my favorite films and flipped through store fliers to see who was selling them at the best price.

  • Hudson: Fall speaks to Southerners

    Southerners love fall.A smart man by the name of James Farmer said, “Fall is a Southerner’s reward for surviving summer.” I agree.

  • Summers: Big guns too much

    Gunner may as well have been named Destroyer on Thursday night in Paul Brown Stadium.

  • Rutledge: Life in stereo

    My parents gave me a stereo for Christmas in 1973, the same year the Eagles released their seminal album “Desperado.

Putting down new roots

Construction equipment was not the only machinery being hauled into the Greenville Convention Center this week.

  • City gains in sweepstakes rulings

    The City of Greenville and Police Chief Hassan Aden have won two court victories in the last two days in their quest to keep local video sweepstakes businesses from going back into business.

  • Recounts: No change in results

    Recounts for two contested races in the 2014 election took place in Pitt County on Wednesday.

  • Diabetics urged: manage disease

    Charles Wiggins had big things on his mind in November 2003 — none included diabetes.

  • Butterfield to lead black caucus

    WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep.

  • Connections art contest winners

    A junior at D.H. Conley High School won the second annual Connections Art Competition for high school students Tuesday.

Woman charged with biting officer

Police arrested a mother Monday on a charge she bit an officer trying to arrest her son after a younger child was found alone on a busy street.

  • Fire-Rescue responds to dorm

    Odor from a plastic cup melted in microwave and distributed by the heating and air conditioning system prompted a fire alarm and evacuation at an East Carolina University dormitory Thursday, officials reported.

  • Crime: Electronic stolen in break-in

    Police are investigating a break-in where property valued at $1,625 was stolen, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Crime: Man is charged in rape

    A Farmville man is facing rape charges after an incident that occurred on Monday night, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported.

  • Two plead guilty in shooting case

    Two men charged with attempted murder in September 2013 for shooting a man in the back pleaded guilty in Pitt County Superior Court to lesser charges.

  • SHP: three hurt in wreck

    Three people were injured when a driver turned left into another vehicle’s path near Farmville on Friday, the State Highway Patrol reported.

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