November 23, 2017

After days of uncertainty and back-and-forth results in the election for Winterville Council seat, candidate Ricky Hines is the uncontested winner.

Hines won by one vote over his opponent John Hill in the recount vote on Tuesday morning. After the vote, Hill said he was considering filing a protest…


November 23, 2017

Law enforcement officers from agencies across Greenville and Pitt County will be stuck on the roof on Dec. 8 and need your help to come down.

They don’t need a ladder, but they do need bicycles and a lot of them. The officers will remain on the roof at Toys R Us, 228 S.W. Greenville Blvd., on…

November 23, 2017

Someone stole a poinsettia, bacon, pizza, Doritos and beer from Wal-Mart on Friday, according to a Greenville Police Department case report.

According to the report, the theft occurred at the 4600 E. 10th St. location between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.

A poinsettia, bacon, pizza, Doritos, Icehouse beer,…

November 23, 2017

The discovery of rabies in a stray cat in Ayden has prompted Pitt County Animals Services to host a low-cost vaccination clinic in that town on Tuesday.

The clinic is scheduled for 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Ayden Fire Department, 4112 S. West Ave. The cost is $5. The clinic is open to all Pitt County…

November 23, 2017

FARMVILLE — The town of Farmville is the most recent municipality to participate in Pitt County Arts Council's DownEast National Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition.

The Farmville Board of Commissioners voted earlier this month to join the program for $1,250.

"We are so thrilled with the renaissance…

November 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is a time for getting together with family, shopping for Christmas presents, eating good food and watching football on TV.  For Thanksgiving, The Daily Reflector asked people in downtown Greenville what they were thankful for. Here are their responeses.



November 23, 2017

New state mandates concerning teacher contracts beginning July 1 could leave Pitt County Schools officials with tough choices to make, an administrator told the school board this week.

In years past, most North Carolina teachers who had not reached tenured status were issued one-year contracts,…

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November 23, 2017

SNOW HILL — More than 50 supporters of the arts attended the opening of a watercolor art exhibit by 13 students of Greene County native and resident art teacher, Carla Jennings.

The Nov. 16 exhibit not only showcased the talent of local artists, it also testified to Jennings’ teaching…

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November 23, 2017

RALEIGH — North Carolina is making nearly 40,000 more units of life-saving medication available to help fight the opioid epidemic, Gov. Roy Cooper announced. The state has purchased the additional naloxone, which can reverse opioid overdose, to help reduce the number of unintentional opioid-…

November 23, 2017

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein recognized a Pitt County legislator for his efforts to confront the state’s opioid crisis.

Republican Rep. Greg Murphy was one of 11 people who received the newly created Dogwood Award from Stein on Tuesday. The award is an effort to honor North…

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