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Crane cable snaps at dorm

Emergency crews were diverting traffic on 14th Street near College Hill this morning after a cable snapped on a construction crane and hit power lines, according to reports from the scene.

  • New: Homeless shelter breaks ground

      Greenville Community Shelters celebrated the start of its new shelter with a groundbreaking ceremony this morning.

  • Planners envision 'gateway' art

    As Greenville moves forward in the 21st century, the Pitt County Arts Council wants to know what the view will be from the intersection of Evans and 10th streets — artistically speaking, that is.

  • Miller sworn in to school board seat

    The Pitt County Board of Education officially has its newest member.

  • Magnet school draws interest

    An interest meeting about the possibility of opening a STEM magnet school in the northern part of the county garnered mostly positive comments, but Pitt County Schools officials said it still is in its initial planning stages.

  • Experts: Volunteers vital for aging

    Cuts in state and federal program funding for Pitt County and North Carolina’s aging population means more volunteers are needed to meet their needs, a group of experts said.

Ebola patient in Nebraska bored in isolation room

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska doctors treating an American aid worker battling Ebola say that as he improves, he's getting bored in his isolation room.

Man charged in 2012 killing

The Greenville Police Department reported Tuesday that is has made an arrest in a 2012 murder case thanks to DNA evidence from the crime.

  • Second hotel robbed Tuesday

    A man walked into a hotel in the hospital district Tuesday and robbed it a day after a similar incident occurred at a hotel nearby, the Greenville Police Department reported.

  • Update: Stepdaughter IDs fire victim

    The stepdaughter of a man killed in a Monday house fire identified him as Fred Brink, 70.

  • Crime: Hotel robbery investigated

    The Greenville Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred early Monday at the Holiday Inn Express, 909 Moye Blvd.

  • Officers await autopsy report

    The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office identified a man whose death is under investigation as Gerald Barker, 50, of Greenville.

  • More charges expected for Speciale

    Investigators expect to file more charges against the son of a state legislator arrested Sunday for sex offenses involving two teenagers, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported.

Financal health: Long-term care

If your health declines as you get older and you need to pay someone to help take care of you in your home (personal care), how much care could you afford and how long could you afford to pay for that?

  • Explaining Smart Beta funds

    Nearly every individual who has money invested in stocks owns some, if not all, of these stocks through a mutual fund company.

  • Business incubator doubles size

    A partnership that provides space for entrepreneurs to seed and grow their businesses has doubled in size and offers them greater accessibility, organizers said Wednesday.

  • Job effort focuses on second chances

    An initiative that helps former felons apply for jobs has gained a foothold in Greenville and other North Carolina cities, and advocates are hoping for a statewide expansion.

  • Development fills city block

    It is nearly impossible to visit downtown Greenville without noticing the growing $42 million development bounded by Evans, Cotanche and Eighth streets and Reade Circle.

  • Signs of bank merger go up

    Community banking in the Greenville area was strengthened by the recent merger of two North Carolina banks, the company’s chief executive said.

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