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ECU holiday sale the same, different

The East Carolina School of Art and Design’s annual Holiday Exhibition and Sale features a lot of the same things every year. But every year, the sale is different.

  • Go! Guide Nov. 28

    TodayTurkey TrekRiver Park North, 1000 Mumford Road, will have a “Turkey Trek” 2-mile hike from 8:30-10 a.m. today.

  • After hours Nov. 28

    5TH STREET DISTILLERY annex: 120 and 122 E. Fifth St. Wednesday-Saturday: DJ. A.J. Mcmurphy’s: 1914 Turnbury Drive. 355-7956. Tuesday: Blues night.

  • Arts datebook Nov. 28

    PCAC at EmergeEmerge’s Holiday Artist Market will be featured through Dec. 20 featuring artists Andy Bates, Brenda Hughes, Cindy Reed, Catherine Spruill, Chip Shackelford, Daniel Peoples, Karen & Jim Warren, Renee Tripp, Richard and Grace Marie Garriott and Vik Sexton.

  • Movie Capsules Nov. 28

    Capsules of movies playing at local theaters. New releases are indicated with an asterisk.

  • Rhoades: The boys return for ‘Horrible Bosses 2’

    C’mon, admit it. You’ve had a horrible boss at one time or another. And I’ll bet you wouldn’t have minded if he (or she) got hit by a truck.

Pirates head to Tulsa

East Carolina football is bent on a second straight 10-3 season, but to have a chance the Pirates will have to solve their recent road riddles tonight in Tulsa, Okla.

  • Pirate women suffer first loss

    FREEPORT, Grand Bahama Island — Alexis Peterson scored 19 points, matching her career high, as No. 22 Syracuse women beat East Carolina 69-58 and advanced to today’s championship in the Lucaya Division of the Junkanoo Jam.

  • ACC-SEC games highlight Week 14

    A look at things to watch in the Atlantic Coast Conference during Week 14 of the season:GAME OF THE WEEK: Virginia at Virginia Tech.

  • Benjamin looks to avoid rookie wall

    CHARLOTTE — Panthers receiver Kelvin Benjamin says he has no plans on slowing down after needing just 11 games to establish new franchise rookie records for receptions, yards receiving and touchdowns in a season.

  • Transition time for Pirates

    The time of year has arrived when senior college football players realize the end of this phase of their lives is imminent, and it’s simultaneously the time when younger team leaders embrace the annual tradition of trying to send the elders out the right way.

  • Pirates fall in 5th-place game

    Freshman B.J. Tyson scored a career-high 24 points to lead East Carolina on Wednesday, but it wasn’t enough in a 75-73 men’s basketball loss to Hawaii at the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.

Reflector editorial cartoons

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

  • National editorial: Ferguson fallout

    Tweets and Facebook posts, 30-second TV clips and lengthy newspaper articles have flooded the country since a white police officer shot and killed a young black man, Michael Brown, on Aug. 9, but observers, reporters and pundits could not do what a panel of citizens did in Ferguson, Mo.

  • Letter: Movie raises theology question

    I recently went to see the movie “Left Behind.” I much enjoyed it. It was full of interesting characters, action and suspense, and a fascinating plot.

  • Letter: GOP majority must rescue nation

    Godless “transformation” of our nation by President Obama’s Democratic regime has brought our nation to the brink of destruction.

  • Gannon: Tough job for next house speaker

    If you put 73 people in a room and they come out fully “united,” that’s a brainwashed cult.

  • Editorial: Family, reflection, shopping?

    Call it a sign of the times, or simply the world in which we live, but gone are the days when everyone just knew that retail establishments would not be open on major holidays.

Gannon: House speaker's job tough

Raleigh If you put 73 people in a room and they come out fully “united,” that’s a brainwashed cult.

  • Burns: Immigration is who we are

    Most Americans know about the Pilgrims and their voyage in 1620 on the Mayflower. Our Thanksgiving celebrations this week are rooted in their story.

  • Summers: All eyes on Hardy

    The college football universe scrambled to keep pace, to find No. 2 on every play.“Is that him out on the left flank? No, no, he’s in the slot.

  • Clark: One dig Woods couldn’t let slide

    Long and loud complaints often hide the real things down deep that most hurt or anger us.

  • Peele: Hendrix signs with UNCG

    Bryce Hendrix, a four-year letterman on the D.H. Conley boys’ golf team, has signed a grant-in-aid with UNC Greensboro.

  • Rutledge: Old cars, beautiful women

    If not for the early influence of my friend Paul Lockhart, I might never have considered myself capable of repairing my own car.

A life-saving bond

They had never met before, but already they had a lifesaving bond. Greenville native Tina Williams, 38, wife and mother of twin teenage boys, never had set eyes on Keana Smith of Potiac, Mich.

  • Sheriff’s office distributes meals

    The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office with help from a local restaurant on Wednesday distributed meals to about 55 residents who participate in the Senior Check program.

  • Shoppers gobble up holiday savings

    Businesses are opening earlier every year, with the Christmas and gift-giving season encroaching on the Thanksgiving holiday, though many customers said it is worth it for those special deals.

  • Little Willie Center hosts dinner

    One group of volunteers in Greenville made Thanksgiving Day special with a free, warm meal in celebration of the holiday and the spirit of servitude.

  • Toys begin to roll in for needy kids

    The warehouse where Pastor Rodney Coles deposits donations for the 2014 U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys For Tots gift drive welcomed the first arrivals this week of toys, games and other holiday gifts for the area’s needy children and families.

  • Thanksgiving closings

    City offices: Closed today.County offices: Closed today.Pitt County Schools: Closed today.Pitt Community College: Closed today.East Carolina University: Closed today.

Trooper wins Samaritan Award

A State Highway Patrol trooper from Greenville has won a Samaritan Service Award for helping save the life of a volunteer at the U.S. Open Golf Tournament in Pinehurst.

  • Crime: Pitt County deputy injured

    A Pitt County deputy received injuries while on the job earlier this week.

  • Deputy wins commendation award

    Adrenaline, instinct and training helped a Pitt County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrest a violent suspect earlier this year, even though both of his shoulders were dislocated.

  • Don't get burned: Fry safely

    A demonstration on how not to use a turkey fryer was so dangerous Wednesday that the firefighter who did it stood behind a safety wall wearing full turnout gear.

  • Crime: Officers seize opium

    The Greenville Police Department arrested two people on drug charges Saturday at their home off of Hooker Road, according to reports released on Wednesday.

  • Deputy, device deliver happy ending

    Kristan Strickland woke up in the middle of the night and discovered her husband wasn’t breathing and had no pulse.

Bless your heart
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