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April 23, 2018


Literacy help

The Pitt County Council on Aging, along with Literacy Volunteers of Pitt County, offers reading assistance from 9-11 a.m. on Mondays and math help and tricks from 1-3 p.m. on Wednesdays. These services are available to persons who want to improve their reading comprehension…


April 23, 2018

Residents in three housing developments outside Greenville said the Pitt County Board of Commissioners does not have enough information to decide if a neighboring property should be rezoned to allow for a new development.

Individuals living in Holly Ridge, Moss Bend and River Crest subdivisions…


April 22, 2018

A local advocacy group that supports the growth and expansion of opportunities for the Latino community is taking some of that expansion for themselves, announcing two new centers across the state. 

The Association of Mexicans in North Carolina (AMEXCAN), a Pitt County based Latino advocacy…


April 22, 2018

About 50 East Carolina University students recently assumed the role of a family member living in poverty while juggling monthly bills, buying food or going to the doctor.

The students took part in a community action poverty simulation at the East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU. The simulation was…


April 22, 2018

Before a meal is placed on the dinner table its components pass through many hands.

There are the ones that cut and cook, the ones that unbox and place neatly on the shelf, the ones that scan at the checkout counter — and before all that there are the ones, covered in dirt and sweat,…


April 22, 2018

Thanks to hundreds of eager students, LimeBikes have been peddled all over East Carolina University and downtown Greenville.

Now the bike-share program is hoping to expand its band of spokes people by wheeling and dealing with officials create a partnership with the city.

LimeBike came to ECU…


April 22, 2018

Thousands of items of clothing, electronics, housewares and completely random objects of all shapes and sizes, were strewn across tables in tents, on grass and in church auditoriums, awaiting as a hundreds rushed in to discover some treasure amidst the organized chaos of a yard sale.…


April 22, 2018

A 20-year-old woman was charged with driving while impaired after she ran off the road and crashed into a ditch.

According to troopers, Ursula Paige Brown, 20, of 4690 Bryan Hardy Road, La Grange, was traveling west on U.S. 13 when she ran off the road to the right, re-entered the roadway, crossed…


April 22, 2018


Arts festival

The Community Youth Arts Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Town Common, 105 E. First St. The festival will feature more than 150 visual and performing artists and various musical dance and theatrical groups, including performances by children. Call 328-…


April 22, 2018

My mother died two decades ago, but I have never stopped missing her. During the spring the ache is a bit more acute.

My mother was a wonderful gardener. When Michigan’s icy grip finally gave way to warmer weather she was out the door and working on one of the many flower beds that surrounded…

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