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June 14, 2018

We live in a want-based society. As such, we have the opportunity to buy motorcycles, airplanes, 700 horsepower Corvette convertibles and speed boats. And we have the right to purchase firearms if we’re law abiding. Which brings me to Father’s day.

I was looking through the pages of the…

June 11, 2018

My father and I attended the recent NCAA Baseball Regional in Greenville. We would like to thank the folks of Greenville for the warm welcome and friendly treatment. I was welcomed to Greenville by at least six different people. Everyone — the staff inside the ballpark, the parking lot staff,…

June 11, 2018

In a recent letter, Ken Soderstrom "reasons" that in the decade since the Heller gun control decision, the Supreme Court has refused even to review lower court decisions upholding regulations of semi-automatic weapons, not because the justices are having second thoughts about extending Heller…

June 07, 2018

On behalf of a group of volunteers from two local academic medical centers, we wish to thank the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC in Greenville and our host, Ms. Brittanie Frieze, for the chance to volunteer for a morning — a mere three hours and over 3,000 pounds of sorted potatoes later…

June 06, 2018

Rep. Greg Murphy failed to represent the best interests of Pitt County in the current state budget process. ECU is facing a targeted cut of $1.1 million in the revised 2018-2019 budget. This is the largest cut of any of the UNC system institutions.

In contrast, UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State are…

June 06, 2018

We the class of 2018 had a dream with a vision. Thanks to each of the navigators for always pouring your heart out in helping all students in accomplishing their dreams and into graduating this year. We want to thank Dr. Thomas Gould and Shakeena White for leading a strong team. The team members…

June 02, 2018

Maybe statements requiring correction are requisite to Tinsley E. Yarbrough’s letters? It doesn’t seem a recent one falls outside of this class. From the latest, “… the Supreme Court and lower courts have consistently upheld firearm restrictions, including controls over…

June 01, 2018

For over 400 years, from the first steps of America’s European ancestors in 1587, to the strides of science and technology since the Industrial Revolution begun in Europe from 1760 to between 1820 and 1840 through the turn of 20th-century America, the United States has been resting on a Judeo…

May 31, 2018

Let’s talk stormwater and gorillas. The natural resources of eastern North Carolina’s coastal and inland areas include the second largest estuarine and wetland system in the US, with over 5,000 miles of estuarine shoreline, eight major drainage basins, and associated wetland systems.…

May 30, 2018

I'm concerned about a recent rezoning decision that smells of transactional politics at its worst, serving a narrow special monied interest at the expense of our public good.

On May 10 the City Council voted 4-1, with Mayor P.J. Connelly supporting the majority, to rezone a parcel against the…

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