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April 10, 2019

 

If there are problems in the pews these days, most pastors will learn about them the way they learn about almost everything else: Their smartphones will blow up.

It may be a text messages, a blitz of tweets or an online post that ignites a long comments thread with the faithful trading…

Terry Mattingly

April 10, 2019

Have you been tasked with bringing a springtime platter of food to feed a crowd for brunch later this month? I make a version of this sunny salad for Easter brunch every year. It's a lovely way to show off the season's new asparagus, while ticking the boxes for fresh, gluten-free and crowd-pleasing,…

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April 10, 2019

Editors note: This is first in a regular series of health columns provided to Adams Publishing Group through Vidant Health.

GREENVILLE — If you start your career in New York City writing for film and TV, including Saturday Night Live, what do you do next?

If you’re Kimberly C. Paul, you…

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April 09, 2019

Q: A national newspaper had a headline story about pesticides, fruits and vegetables. What do you think about their Dirty Dozen list? — DRJ, Greenville

A: I cringe every year when an advocacy group issues their list of dirty dozen. For that matter, I get upset when I see any information in…

April 07, 2019

During my 26-year stay in Burlington, there was a period when I did pig pickings fairly regularly but didn’t actually own a pig cooker of my own.

I occasionally used to rent rusty, oil tank-type cookers from the elderly manager (not the owner) of a run-down little car wash near my house. The…

Bob Garner

April 07, 2019

Somewhere today, there will be breaking news that a well-known and/or powerful person has been accused of abusing an employee, co-worker or romantic partner. So, here's the question: Did their bad behavior only start after they became well-known or powerful?

It seems much more likely to me that…

JimMullen

April 07, 2019

Lauren and Ashley Dicktel of Greenville held a reading of their children’s book Dino Day at the Beach at Barnes & Noble on Saturday, March 23. Lauren and Ashley, mother and daughter, respectively, signed copies of books for guests and visitors. The pair are authors and Lauren…

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April 07, 2019

The City of Greenville’s Public Works Department and Keep Greenville Beautiful have named ECU Club Swimming its Adopt-A-Street Organization of the Month for the month of February.

Members of the organization recently took part in a cleanup of Library Street as part of the City’s Adopt-a-…

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April 07, 2019

WILLIAMSTON — Mary Gaylord remembers a time when people would not only sit their front porch — they would linger there.

In those pre-television days, before internet was even conceivable, the front porch served an epicenter, connecting families to their communities.

“We are not as…

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April 07, 2019

Carol Folt’s swift departure from the chancellorship of UNC-Chapel Hill a few weeks ago and her just as swift hiring as the president of the University of Southern California got me thinking. Apparently, her courage in finally facing up to a tough challenge in UNC-CH’s Silent Sam-…

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