November 30, 2016

City Manager Barbara Lipscomb said a transportation center in downtown Greenville now has a place to call home.

“When I came to Greenville in 2012, this was a project in search of a home,” Lipscomb said. “After looking for a number of years at different locations, this…


September 30, 2016

The construction of a new student housing development on West Fifth Street will continue to move forward after Greenville’s Board of Adjustment amended a special-use permit during a special meeting on Thursday.

The board unanimously approved a request from California-based Rael…


September 27, 2016

Local officials are “delighted” that talks of designating U.S. 264 as a future interstate have shifted into the fast lane.

Last week, U.S. Sens. Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Thom Tillis, R-N.C., and U.S. Reps. G.K. Butterfield, a Democrat, and Walter B. Jones Jr., a Republican,…


September 25, 2016

The increasing number of people wanting to park in downtown Greenville is exacerbating long-standing concerns about the availability of spaces, their cost and rules that govern them, but officials said they are working to address the concerns.

During the Greenville City Council’s April 14…


September 14, 2016

Downtown Greenville now can begin to grow vertically after the City Council amended a city ordinance that prohibited the construction of open-air roof decks and patios.

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September 07, 2016

The redevelopment of the historic theater building on Fifth Street is set to enter its next phase now that a Greenville commission approved the sale of the property to developers.

The Redevelopment Commission during its meeting Tuesday voted unanimously to accept an offer from Raleigh-based…


August 29, 2016

WINTERVILLE — The surge of commercial development in Greenville is on the verge of overflowing into the city’s closest neighboring municipality.

“Winterville is not the secret that it once was,” Stephen Penn, Winterville’s economic developer, said. “We…


August 29, 2016

WINTERVILLE — Almost anywhere you look on Pitt Community College’s campus, all signs point to growth.

From an expanding enrollment to construction exceeding $50 million in less than a decade, PCC is striving to meet the demands of an evolving eastern North Carolina economy.…


August 23, 2016

Local officials want the private sector to play a significant role in the redevelopment of the city’s 25-acre park in downtown Greenville.

The Greenville City Council on Thursday voted 5-1 to direct city staff to seek out proposals for public-private partnerships to develop the Town Common.…


August 17, 2016

City staff is “making real progress” in addressing priorities identified by the Greenville City Council earlier this year.

City Manager Barbara Lipscomb presented an update on Greenville’s 2016-18 Strategic Plan during Monday’s City Council meeting.


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