Check out the football and the fans as ECU hosts No. 4 Cincinnati Friday at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in Greenville. Bearcats top the Pirates 35-13.
Even during the busy holiday season, it’s strange to see bumper-to-bumper traffic on this dark, country road near the Greene-Pitt County line. It seems that traveling some 15 miles outside of Greenville would provide a refuge from all that.
There are hundreds of reasons to visit Light at The Refuge this year, not including the Christmas lights display.
Many events and activities are planned throughout the Greenville area to help ring in the Christmas season in the coming days. Here are some highlights.
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Greenville Police arrested two people suspected of breaking into a residence at 4100 block Bostic Drive about 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 23. Later that evening, both suspects were in police custody. No property was damaged or stolen during the incident.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Cornell Powell came home to Greenville for Thanksgiving this week and 100 families in his hometown are grateful he did.
Business groups are rolling out promotional events to encourage people to shop at locally owned businesses during the holiday season.
While J.H. Rose’s football team never really lost control of the game, Scotland lost control of themselves.
East Carolina players and coaches spoke about learning experiences following the Pirates’ 35-13 loss to Cincinnati on Friday at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.
East Carolina wanted to play spoiler and send the College Football Playoff into chaos.
Desmond Ridder splintered the East Carolina defense a handful of times in the first half on Friday, and those plays largely led to the Pirates’ demise.
It is Black Friday every day for me. I line up outside the grocery store and rush to the meat counter to see what is on for the “Manager’s Special.” When meat nears the expiration date it is put on sale at last year’s prices or so. No pushing or shoving please!
Are you awake yet? Do you see what they are doing to America? The globalist, deep state, the silent enemy are the people that run the world. The globalist are all satanic and are conspiring death upon the world as we know it.
It is ironic when Democrats complain about sensational use of language.
North Carolina Republicans are shocked, shocked that anyone would think there’s any blatant partisan racial and political gerrymandering going on in the shameful district maps that they’ve just passed by a party-line vote.
After last year’s lockdown it’s great to once again gather with family for the holidays. Some will be traveling “over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house.” During the holidays our already crowded and inadequately maintained roads will be strained, especially since speeding…
There’s always something new to see, wherever you are.
Close watchers of the British monarchy have recently become concerned about two words describing life in Windsor Castle — “new stage.”
Pecan pie is a Southern staple and a perfect dessert for holiday meals. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, a certified pecan expert has shared her go-to pie recipe.
Each year for Thanksgiving, elementary students from Pitt County Schools are invited to submit writing and artwork that expresses their gratitude. Pitt County teachers shared the following submissions:
Need some help preparing healthy, affordable foods at home to help combat COVID 19? N.C. State University’s extension service has great videos. So, wash your hands and start cooking. See https://homegrown.extension.ncsu.edu/category/in-the-kitchen.
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