BELVOIR — Opposition is building against efforts to locate a facility that supports cryptocurrency mining near Belvoir Elementary School.
Creators of the African American Cultural Trail of Greenville-Pitt County will host a formal launch celebration on Wednesday.
Students from East Carolina University’s School of Music are planning several jazz performances in Greenville next month.
A man was arrested after he allegedly threatened a police officer while the officer was arresting him for driving while impaired.
Ayden’s Board of Commissioners held off on a decision about renaming Third Street after hearing a request from the town’s Main Street Program Coordinator.
WINTERVILLE — Students planning to enroll in health care training at Pitt Community College have been advised to take note of several recent changes the school has made to its health sciences admissions process.
A $5 million federal grant will support East Carolina University researchers and students as they work to strengthen resilience in communities along the Albemarle-Pamlico estuary system of coastal North Carolina.
While no one wants to end up in a nursing home, none of us are above having a stroke or getting hit by a bus.
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Women in leadership at South Central High and South Greenville Elementary schools have been recognized as principal and assistant principal of the year for Pitt County Schools.
The East Carolina football team kicked off at 9:20 EDT on Saturday night after a more than five-hour delay due to lightning.
The first Pitt County team to play was the first to advance in the state volleyball playoffs.
The Eastern Plains 2A Conference game between Greene Central and Farmville Central almost turned into a tale of two halves Friday night.
The Exceptional Community Baseball League for special needs children and adults will present the Sarah Vaughn Field of Dreams Clinic set for this Wednesday at the Field of Dreams located in the Elm Street Park complex.
Pitt County will send five volleyball teams to the state playoffs this season, and four of them will play at home in the first round.
D.H. Conley head football coach Nate Conner admittedly isn’t paying attention to outsiders’ projections for the postseason – not because he doesn’t care, but because he wants to prepare his team to play to the best of its ability every week.
BYH, saying Christmas is at risk due to supply chain problems leads me to believe you don’t know the reason for Christmas.
According to the information presented in a recent Daily Reflector article, two Pitt County Board of Education members, Worth Forbes and Benji Forrest, encouraged parents to closely monitor the teaching of critical race theory within the school system.
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Much as Colin Powell deserves a tribute as America’s first Black secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, he was under-recognized as a bridge-builder and champion of political moderation. Powell, who died Monday, was a Republican who dared to challenge his own party’s or…
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The disgraced former British spy Christopher Steele has kept a low profile in recent years. Understandably so, given that investigations revealed his dossier — the collection of anti-Trump stories he compiled to try to undermine Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential candidacy — was filled with fa…
With his long white hair blowing, shiny black fiddle wedged under a cottony beard, and bow poised like a wand ready to cast his spell, Michael Kinzie is larger-than-life.
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It happened a year ago, but it still haunts me.
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