Check out these lucky dogs and their people at the Humane Society's first Fluff and Puff dog wash fundraiser of the season.
Greenville Police Chief Mark Holtzman today announced his resignation from the Greenville Police Department after nearly seven years in the position.
Greenville and Pitt County leaders joined officials with the Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority on Thursday to celebrate the construction of five hangars they said will help the economy grow.
The parade and parties of years’ past are missing, but members of the Greenville Industrial-Eppes Alumni Association are gathering this weekend for their first reunion in three years.
The year that area Fourth of July celebrations were finally set to return to normal has turned out to be somewhat different than expected.
High gas prices are not deterring what has been broadcast as the busiest Independence Day weekend since 2000, while authorities are reminding everyone to be mindful of hazards whether it’s on the road, fireworks, barbecues or a day on the water.
FARMVILLE — The Pitt County Mayors Association met for the first time since the pandemic last week to discuss progress and shared goals.
Farmers Market: The Leroy James Farmers Market, 4560 County Home Road, is open 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.
The fifth and final show for the 2022 Concert on the Common series will take place at the Greenville Toyota Amphitheater this afternoon.
A Sunday tweet by U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy of Greenville has garnered national attention and sparked swift backlash from opponents even though he deleted it hours later.
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The North State 9-11 Year Old All-Star team found itself on the brink heading into Thursday’s Game 4 against the Tar Heel All-Stars.
East Carolina baseball coach Cliff Godwin routinely said that his team was playing with house money as the Pirates entered the postseason. After all, it took some time for the Pirates to match the preseason Top-15 hype.
Adam Ulffers played his high school lacrosse at J.H. Rose and is set to take his play to the next level at Randolph College after signing his National Letter of Intent this past spring.
Malcolm Gray was promoted this week to assistant athletics director for media relations at East Carolina University, the school’s athletics director Jon Gilbert announced.
Brook Valley will play host to the annual Pirate Cup Golf Tournament on Sept. 3 with former East Carolina golf team member and current PGA professional Harold Varner III serving as host for the event.
The Winterville 10-year-olds All-Star team defeated West Raleigh 10-4 to claim the Babe Ruth Eastern North Carolina tournament title at Winterville Recreation Park Tuesday night.
Rivers never go in reverse. So try to live like a river and forget your past and focus on the future. And be positive! Bless your heart.
The issues raised in the June 24 Reflector concerning the thought of making a policy change regarding class rankings — should the awards of valedictorian and salutatorian be eliminated — present a Hobson’s choice. When there is not enough time to either study hard enough to be the best or to…
Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, abortion could soon become illegal in half of the country. Or so Democrats warn. But it’s impossible to know how the debate will play out in many states. And a study this month by the Guttmacher Institute, which supports abortion rights,…
There’s not much middle ground regarding the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. I’ve listened to some praising our justices as well as others, usually louder, vilifying them. But after the rhetoric wanes a bit there’s one common ground on which most all can agree: elections matter.
The cries from the left predicting the end of the world in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is a familiar sound.
It is with sorrow and some degree of shame that I write about my evolving feelings regarding the American flag. I was proud to have been one of the boys (why was it only boys) chosen in the fifth grade to hoist Old Glory in the morning and take it down each day after school. I learned in Cub…
Our little dog, Max, is 14 and no longer hears well enough to awake from his solitary slumber when someone walks into the house. I can, in fact, make several trips past his perch on the back of his favorite chair before his sniffer finally reveals my presence.
The massacre occurred during a Sunday mass, but it wasn’t an ordinary Sunday — this was the great feast of Pentecost, which marks the end of the Easter season.
Even villains have to start somewhere. And this week we get a look at the childhood of Gru, that “Despicable Me” bad guy who is voiced by Steve Carell in all those animated Minion movies.
“I’m as corny as Kansas in August …”
Nothing says summer quite like ribs hot off the grill. Experts say the key to good barbecue is the sauce. I argue a spice rub is equally important.
Support a healthy immune system to reduce your risk of COVID-19 and other viral infections. Eat healthy food and drink healthy beverages. Be physically active. Supplement only if you can’t get enough of the important nutrients from your food. Wash your hands often. Get vaccinated against COV…