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February 17, 2019

There are times when the closest view does not offer the best vantage point.

A case in point is when a group of local business leaders traveled to Selma, Ala., to see how a program developed there could serve as a model for Greenville.

“We came back thinking we need to bring this back to…


February 17, 2019

Dudley Flood had a vision — one he said was a simple one.

It was a group of men, women and children of all races interacting and smiling with each other.

“And then I saw an angel, and I asked that angel, ‘What is this?’

She said, “The Kingdom of God.’

I asked her…


February 17, 2019

Tributes to the late U.S. Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr. focused on the attention he received nationally when he renounced his vote on the war in Iraq or sparred with Republicans over the budget.

However, people in eastern North Carolina this week talked about the personal connections he built, whether…


February 17, 2019


Fellowship breakfast

The Interfaith Clergy will hold a Community Fellowship Breakfast at from 9-10 a.m. at the JOY Soup Kitchen, 700 Albemarle Ave. For more information contact the Rev.Rodney Coles Sr. at 717-9600 or email Rodneycon2007@gmail.com.

Precinct meeting

The meeting for…


February 17, 2019

Hydroponics a moving target

Judy Buzard, president of the Wilson County Extension Master Gardeners, holds a clump of lunix lettuce growing in a hydroponic arrangement at the STEM garden within the Wilson Botanical Gardens. Drew C. Wilson | Times

Judy Buzard, president of the Wilson County Extension…


February 17, 2019


WILSON — Two people face drug trafficking charges after authorities seized nearly 50 bricks of heroin in a multi-agency operation led by the Wilson Police Department.

Farlyn Andres Suarez De Jesus, 26, and Katherine Polanco, 27, both of Raleigh, were arrested and charged with…


February 17, 2019

During February, Black History Month and the 110th anniversary of the founding of the NAACP, the Pitt County branch of the NAACP has a suggestion for the community.

“Why not invite the NAACP to come and present the amazing history of this great organization during this month?” asked…

February 17, 2019

Officers and board members for the 2018-19 Optimist Club of Greenville were installed by N.C. East Zone Lt. Gov. Pamela Franks in December at the annual Christmas Dinner and Installation Banquet.

Franks, who also is president of the Greenville club, extended appreciation to all members who have…


February 17, 2019

The City of Greenville’s Public Works Department has named the Greenville Kappa League its Adopt-A-Street Organization of the Month for work the organization did in January.

Fifteen members of the Kappa League recently took part in a cleanup of their adopted street, Regency Boulevard, as part…

Kappa League

February 17, 2019

A Raleigh man, who is charged with driving while impaired and hit-and-run after he crashed into the driver’s side of another car, ran from the scene, according to a weekly review of Greenville Police Department crash reports and Pitt County court records. 

The crash took place Feb. 10…

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