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Arsenic and Old Lace in Farmville

After spending some time avoiding some of the classic plays they had already performed long ago, the Farmville Community Arts Council changed its stance, and its current production, “Arsenic and Old Lace,” is one example of its new way of thinking.

  • PCC Symphony extends reach

    In an effort to extend its reach further into Farmville, the Pitt Community College Symphony Orchestra will perform its fall concert for free at the Farmville Community Arts Council’s Paramount Theater.

  • After hours Oct. 24

    Live music performances and events at Greenville-area night clubs and venues:

  • Go! Guide Oct. 24

    Fun stuff coming up in the Greenville area:

  • Hax: Man wonders about timing

    Q In a nutshell, I have children with my wife and also a child outside of my marriage with another woman due to infidelity.

  • Abby: Search stumbles over scars

    Dear Abby: I am a 21-year-old woman from the Philippines. I have been insecure all my life.

Hardy closing in on Broyles

Ryan Broyles is the only one Justin Hardy has left to chase.

  • Pirates fend off Huskies

    Another team played its best football game of the season against No. 18 East Carolina, and the Pirates were immovable again.

  • Key league games on tap

    North Carolina’s high school football teams are battling for position for state playoff seeding, and tonight’s local slate is highlighted by the matchup at D.H. Conley featuring teams looking to finish at or near the top of the competitive 3-A/4-A Eastern Carolina Conference.

  • Rampants advance; Vikings fall

    Thursday was Shelby Casey’s birthday, but she was the one giving gifts.

  • MacKenzie tied for lead

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. — Greenville native Will MacKenzie tallied seven birdies on his way to a 5-under 65 on Thursday in the first round of the McGladrey Classic.

  • Oversight failure worsened fraud

    CHAPEL HILL — An alarming lack of institutional oversight at the University of North Carolina allowed an academic fraud scandal to run unchecked for nearly two decades and has the school reeling from the scandal’s fallout.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • National Editorial: Ebola fear

    It’s been said quite a bit, but undoubtedly it’s not been said enough: the hysteria surrounding Ebola is far worse than the reach of the disease — at least for now and most likely forever.

  • Letter: Presidential accomplishments

    Marie S. Robinson, your letter (Public Forum, Tuesday) to The Daily Reflector was in error.

  • Letter: Letter on Nobel Prizes wrong

    Ms. Robinson (Public Forum, Tuesday) needs to explore facts from fiction. Theodore Roosevelt was a Republican. He stormed San Juan Hill.

  • Gannon: Task force needed

    Nearly 800,000 military veterans call North Carolina home, yet a new report found that the state lacks a coordinated strategy to support them.

  • Editorial: Respond by voting

    Hours before early voting began today, at least one candidate appearing in yet another pre-recorded spot appeared to be softening the rough rhetoric.

Storm: One walk, three agendas

The crisp, bright blue days of October are ideal for walking. Yet sometimes, autumn jaunts become an exercise in frustration.

  • Speller: Disease brings suffering

    A report last week said that a Texas college is denying admission to applicants from countries with confirmed Ebola cases, even though those nations have no known cases of the disease.

  • Peele: Bradford has board openings

    Bradford Creek Golf Course has two openings for its advisory board.

  • Burns: Spelling no day at beach

    An editor early in my newspaper career pegged my professional weakness.“Bobby Burns,” he exclaimed to a co-worker, “knows 10,000 words; can spell two of them.”I prove that just about every other week when I write this column.

  • Summers: Allen guides ECU again

    TAMPA, Fla.The running of the Bulls was nothing compared to the running of the Breon on Saturday night.

  • Clark: A look behind the curtain

    I found myself on the Internet this past week, not surfing but bobbing, looking for my mother and dad.

Sutton disbarred for five years

The N.C. Bar suspended the law license of a controversial Greenville attorney for five years Thursday, effectively destroying his chances of becoming a district court judge in Pitt County.

  • First day draws 2,219 voters

    A large turn-out, a crowded polling site and a couple of minor glitches characterized the first day of early voting in Pitt County or the Nov. 4 midterm election.

  • Tillis stops again in Greenville

    The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate telephoned would-be voters and thanked campaign volunteers during a Thursday stop at the GOP Victory Center in Greenville.

  • Bond committee eyes projects

    The Greenville Bond Advisory Committee discussed several projects Wednesday as it began to determine its focus for a potential bond issue recommendation to the City Council.

  • Leaders gather to discuss ACA

    More than 50 civic, religious and political community leaders met with the shared mission of educating their communities about the Affordable Care Act in time for the start of this year’s enrollment.

  • Draft audit reports on city finances

    City officials this week got a look at the draft audit report examining its finances for the past fiscal year.

Man faces drug charges

Police arrested a man on Wednesday night who had narcotics and $3,500 in his possession near a school zone, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Crime: Man pulls gun on woman

    A man pulled a gun on a woman at her home on Thursday after she refused to perform sexual favors, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Town considers police options

    FOUNTAIN — Town officials and residents met with neighborhood safety specialists for a series of roundtable talks to prepare for the Fountain Police Department’s closure.

  • Swastika suspects had dated women

    A trial set for Wednesday for two ECU students charged with painting a swastika on the door of an apartment where a Jewish woman lived was continued until January.

  • Crime: Man fights off robbery

    A 23-year-old man walking to his car on Cedar Lane fought off a would-be robber on Tuesday, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • SHP Report: Three-vehicle wreck

    Five people were hurt in a three-vehicle wreck on N.C. 43 near D.H. Conley High School last week, the State Highway Patrol reported.

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