A troubled student housing development built north of the Tar River in the mid-2000s can now be rented as market-rate apartments following a vote of the Greenville Board of Adjustment on Thursday.
Pitt County’s deputy county manager/chief financial officer has accepted the top administrative position in Davie County.
Greenville City Council is expected to approve two development agreements that will bring a hotel and apartment complex to the area of Dickinson Avenue and Ficklin Street during its 6 p.m. Monday meeting.
The most obvious question tied to Chloe Ament and Nick McNeill’s relationship is, “Would we be engaged and planning a September wedding if not for a 2014 writing assignment at East Carolina University?”
Adoption event: A Barks in the Park adoption event will be held from noon-2 p.m. Sunday at Greensprings Park, 2500 E. Fifth St. The event will feature available pets from the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina, Pitt County Animal Services and Pitt Friends.
A man has been arrested in charged in a shooting that wounded another in an apartment complex parking Thursday night, the Greenville Police Department reported.
The most wide-ranging gun violence bill Congress passed in decades is headed to the president with support from both North Carolina’s Republican senators but none of its GOP House delegation, including U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy of Greenville.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has ended the nation's constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade. Friday's outcome is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.
Friday’s decision by the Supreme Court to overrule Roe v. Wade with a 5-3 decision, eliminating the U.S. constitutional right to an abortion prompted the following reaction from state and local elected officials and candidates:
Two of Pitt County Schools’ top graduates speaking at their school commencement ceremonies this month told audiences of thousands that the price they paid to be No. 1 may have been too high.
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Truist players and coaches, left, pose with their City Championship trophies while Ross Orthodontics players and coaches, right, pose with their runner-up trophies following Saturday's Game 3.
Truist celebrates after claiming the City Championship title with a 12-1 victory in four innings over Ross Orthodontics in Game 3 Saturday afternoon.
Truist's Haiden Simo is greeted by his coaches, including head coach Brayom Anderson, right, after scoring a run during the first inning of Saturday's game against Ross Orthodontics.
After relying on a high-powered offense all season, Truist found itself in an unfamiliar place in Game 1 of the Greenville Little Leagues City Championship Wednesday and Thursday night, as it was shut down at the plate in a 4-1 loss at the hands of Ross Orthodontics.
Soaring through the air, upside down, gaining the power to launch over a bar 14 feet off the ground might seem like a nightmare to some. For East Carolina’s All-American pole vaulter Sommer Knight, defying gravity is part of the thrill.
Thirty-one local senior athletes representing the Greenville-Pitt County Senior Games made the trek to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., recently to compete in the National Games as part of Team North Carolina.
This week marked the delayed arrival of the Emancipation Proclamation into the state of Texas on June 19th, and the freeing of slaves in the Confederacy. It would still take nearly another year for slavery to be outlawed in the United States with the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.
So, I should move from Winterville to the country to avoid development? How about Chicod? No, with the sewer expansion, Greenville will be annexing it soon enough.
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Have you been following the court case Biden v. Texas? It’s not in the headlines every day, but court filings in the case are giving us the best picture yet of what the Biden administration is doing on the U.S.-Mexico border. And the news is very, very bad.
How does a musician go from putting his guitar under the bed and declaring, “I’m done” to being named the No. 1 entertainer in downtown Greenville?
Innovation Early College High School has announced the following scholarship award recipients from the Class of 2022, its first graduating class:
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“How can I be happy, Dr. Mercer?” a student asked in class during a lecture on the Hebrew Bible book of Ecclesiastes, one of my favorites and an intriguing meditation on the meaning and purpose of life.