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October 20, 2017

Early voting for the 2017 municipal elections in Pitt County started out on a “slow and quiet” note, according to a local elections official.

Pitt County Elections Director Dave Davis said there were no reported complications on Thursday during the first day of voting, and not much…

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A company that wants to build a student apartment complex on Charles Boulevard filed a court motion on Wednesday that claims some Greenville Planning and Zoning Commission members may have been unduly influenced a City Council member and a competing developer.

The motion filed in…

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October 20, 2017

First and second-graders at Wahl-Coats Elementary School of the Arts learned how art can illustrate an idea Wednesday when East Carolina University professor Scott Eagles talked to them about some of his “creepy” pictures.

Eagle, an associate professor of painting and design, whose…

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October 20, 2017

Chris Nunnally said growing up in Greenville and the work he has done for the city is the reason he is the best At-Large candidate.

“The work that I’ve done, the work that I'm doing and the work that I want to do,” he said in an endorsement interview with The Daily Reflector on…

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October 20, 2017

Brian Meyerhoeffer said his enthusiasm for Greenville and his personal and professional background, including corporate legal work with a diverse list of clients, makes him the perfect candidate for the At-Large seat on the Greenville City Council.

“I believe that arguably, not withstanding…

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October 20, 2017

Thieves have been out stealing pumpkins, ghosts and cornstalks in Greenville and Winterville neighborhoods during the past week, according to Greenville police case reports.

Residents in the Eastwood, Brook Valley and Irish Creek neighborhoods reported that someone stole their pumpkins and other…

October 20, 2017

The Pitt County Planning Board denied a rezoning request from a Raleigh-based company wanting to store property in a rural warehouse.

The proposal now goes to the Pitt County Board of Commissioners which will hold a public hearing on Nov. 20. The commissioners have the option of ignoring the…

October 20, 2017

East Carolina University alumni and fans are preparing to paint the town purple as festivities kick into high gear for Homecoming weekend.

Using the 2017 theme “Pirates Around the World in Seven Days,” events will set sail tonight from 5-8 p.m. with a pep rally at Freeboot Friday. The…

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October 20, 2017

The ECU Alumni Association’s 2017 Outstanding Alumni Awards and Virgil Clark ’50 Distinguished Service Awards will be presented to six honorees today at the Greenville Convention Center.

The Outstanding Alumni Award recognizes exceptional achievement and leadership in the…

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October 20, 2017

RALEIGH — Legislative Republicans vowed to offer changes in the way North Carolinians select judges. Tuesday afternoon, they rolled out a big one.

A few hours after the House rejected the governor’s veto of a bill canceling judicial primaries in 2018, the House and Senate Rules…

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