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August 19, 2017

Question for my Republican friends: Why not just get on with it and grow a Hitler mustache? Seems to me the coast is clear.

The GOP has been headed that way for 40 years, and now we're witness to a president who's loathe to speak against it. Fashy haircuts are already on the rise, so why not go all…

August 19, 2017

In light of the events in Charlottesville, Va., this weekend, former President Barack Obama tweeted out a message of tolerance. He quoted the late Nelson Mandela saying, “No one is born hating someone because of their skin color, heritage or religion."

What a big hypocrite he is. He is the…

August 18, 2017

Before our community gets on the political bandwagon to remove all Civil War memorials, why don’t we calm down and consider a few points.

The statue of the Confederate soldier in front of the county courthouse is not to glorify the cause of defending slavery, but as a memorial to Pitt County…

August 17, 2017

After reading a letter to the editor published on Aug. 8, 2017, I watched the April 24, 2017, City Council meeting online. During that meeting, P.J. Connelly criticized city staff for using federal money to clean up a toxic site at 1404 West Fifth St.

The city received federal grants to purchase…

August 16, 2017

On Saturday Aug. 12, 2017, west Greenville residents, along with members of the Coalition Against Racism and Mothers of the Incarcerated, gathered at the site where Greenville police threw a “sound explosive device” into an occupied home. The news conference was to announce a series of…

August 16, 2017

Growing up in America is truly a blessing. In America, a child can dream. Their imagination is probably the only limitation on what they dream. As we get older, our dreams should become more realistic, but should we ever completely give up on our youthful dreams?

I grew up in Greenville, a small…

August 16, 2017

Breeanna Bibby’s Aug. 10, 2017, letter to the editor casting aspersions on P.J. Connelly’s character and conduct is a forgivable youthful indiscretion, but her misrepresentations of the debate surrounding the N.C. Department of Transportation’s plans for Evans Street deserve…

August 15, 2017

Readily apparent since the last municipal election has been Calvin Mercer’s feverish scrambling toward achieving another council majority. In December 2015, his chief acolyte, a political hobbyist running in District 3 named Uriah Ward, founded the New Greenville PAC for scheduling tantrums…

August 15, 2017

Greenville is a growing and thriving city — a great place to live. We should be proud of our economy and quality of life. There are many, many cities who would trade places with us in a heartbeat.

We have been able to invest in our community on things like small business grants, our new…

August 13, 2017

With another school year impending, parents are scrambling to get all the supplies that their children need. As an educator, I know that being prepared is very important when a child enters the classroom.

Unfortunately, some parents miss a crucial element of their child’s preparation while…

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