Chain eateries and local shops are aiming to entice Greenville residents with flavors both fresh and familiar as the city’s restaurant scene continues to expand through 2023.
Froggs Friendraiser: The Friends of Greenville Greenways will hold their annual Friendraiser from 4-6 p.m. Saturday at Pitt Street Brewing Company, 630 S. Pitt St. The event will include chili and and cornbread and music by Nu Clear Twins. It free to attend and member get their first drink on Froggs.
A tip led to the arrest of a Greenville man on a dozen charges of child pornography with more charges likely, the Greenville Police Department reported.
Two guns were found in a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old after deputies with the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office stopped him on Memorial Drive.
A Greenville veterinarian secured a $1,000 grant for a local program that secured medical care and homes for animals in the Pitt County Animal Shelter.
Winterville police are asking for assistance identifying a person of interest in a breaking and entering at 12:33 a.m. on Jan. 24 at Jolly’s Pawn Shop, 111B Fire Tower Road, Winterville.
Economic forecast: The Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce will host its 18th Annual Economic Forecast Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday at the Holiday Inn, 203 S.W. Greenville Blvd. Phillip Neuhart, director of market and economic research for First Citizens Bank will provide insight and analysis on the local, state and national economy in 2023. Visit greenvillenc.org/events/ by noon on Friday to register.
The Greenville City Council will discuss future projects and cost increases at its annual planning session scheduled to begin at noon Friday in the City Hall Third Floor Gallery.
East Carolina University this week announced it has struck an early assurance partnership with the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and earned a $100,000 Hearst Foundation grant that will boost efforts to provide dental care in Hyde County and other rural areas.
A Greenville attorney cited for a large sign in a residential area on Charles Boulevard is appealing a notice of violation before the city Board of Adjustment today.
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BETHEL — Despite a strong night from team champion Washington, eight area wrestlers were able to claim Eastern Plains 2A Conference individual titles Wednesday night at North Pitt.
The East Carolina women’s basketball team was dealing with a case of stolen identity on Wednesday against visiting Memphis.
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Our senior senator, Thom Tillis, has a target on his back. Angry, disillusioned partisans are calling him a traitor, a betrayer. Curiously enough, those name callers aren’t Democrats, as might be expected, but Republicans — members of his own party!
Ideas that start on the progressive fringes have a way of becoming government policy these days, as President Biden’s $400 billion student loan cancellation shows. Lo, Democrats in Congress are now pressing the president to impose rent control nationwide.
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I am writing to thank Greenville-area residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season.
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