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June 28, 2017

Job growth and public safety will be the top priorities for a Greenville City councilman who announced Tuesday night that he is going to run for mayor in the November election.

P.J. Connelly, a first-term councilman representing District 5, is the second sitting councilman to announce he will run…

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June 28, 2017

Greenville police have released the names of two more men who were shot late Tuesday outside apartments on River Bluff Road.

Jemel Williams, 27, and Deshown Davis, 26, both of Greenville, are being treated at Vidant Medical Center for gunshot wounds, the police department reported.

Williams…

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June 28, 2017

Every week, the Greenville Mixer team will be at the Umbrella Market asking trivia questions related to current events.

Check out the seventh video in our Umbrella Market trivia series below the questions. How many of the answers do you know?

In honor of the Wonder Woman moving being released in…

June 28, 2017

Legislation that would divide Pitt County's judicial districts was pulled from the House floor Tuesday and sent to another committee for review.

House Bill 717 seeks to redraw the state's entire judicial map. Bill sponsor Rep. Justin Burr, R-Stanley, said the changes are needed to adjust for…

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June 28, 2017

A Pitt County Schools program that prepares students for the workforce plans to build three STEM labs and a welding lab in the upcoming school year, its director reported to the board of education.

Beth Ann Trueblood, director for the Career and Technical Education program, told board members last…

June 28, 2017

A political group is leading a protest against the new Republican health care plan outside the Greenville office of U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis in Greenville at noon today. Progress N.C. Action is promoting the event on social media as a protest against the GOP plan released in the Senate on…

June 28, 2017

Domonique Lennon very often had a dominant presence on the football field, but it was his steadfast commitment to finishing his degree in criminal justice at East Carolina University that will stand longest in the memory of his former coach.

Lennon, 24, a former safety on the ECU football team, was…

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June 28, 2017

WASHINGTON — Se­nate lead­ers scram­bled Tues­day to res­cue their health care bill, in deep­en­ing jeop­ardy as op­po­si­tion from re­bel­lious Repub­li­cans in­ten­si­fied. The de­fec­tions loomed as…

June 28, 2017

A Greenville police officer and a couple of everyday citizens were honored by the state insurance commissioner on Tuesday for their roles in rescuing a 2-year-old boy locked in a hot car last month.

The honors were presented during Safe Kids North Carolina's annual hot car demonstration outside…

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June 28, 2017

East Carolina University on Tuesday named neither of the two finalists it previously announced and instead named Dr. Mark Stacy as the new dean for the Brody School of Medicine. 

Stacy also will serve as senior associate vice chancellor for medical affairs for the Division of Health Sciences,…

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