WINTERVILLE — A taste of beer crafting culture was on tap April 29 as members of the Winterville Chamber of Commerce hosted the town’s first Brew Walk.

WINTERVILLE — A taste of beer crafting culture was on tap April 29 as members of the Winterville Chamber of Commerce hosted the town’s first Brew Walk.

GRIFTON — Cost-of-living and merit pay increases for employees are proposed in the 2021-22 fiscal year budget for the Contentnea Metropolitan Sewerage District.

The Winterville Chamber of Commerce is excited to see an increase in activity throughout the town. In perfect tune with the spring weather, people are feeling more comfortable and are getting out and about.

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Over the past few months, Greene County Public Library staff have been working hard to offer you high quality educational and recreational programming.

FARMVILLE — The Board of Commissioners reviewed several funding requests from outside agencies on Monday during discussions on Farmville’s 2021-22 fiscal year budget.

SNOW HILL — A Boy Scout’s effort to help a gardening program for young children has won accolades from the Greene County School Board.

SNOW HILL — With construction stalled, a four-year-old project to elevate three Greene County homes became a topic of discussion at Monday’s Board of Commissioners meeting.

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AYDEN — Residents will have a chance to show their Ayden pride starting Saturday when the town kicks off a monthlong “Love Your Hometown” celebration.

AYDEN — Collard lovers rejoice — Ayden’s annual festival is shaping up to be a bit more like past celebrations.

FARMVILLE — Separating fact from fiction on the COVID-19 vaccine and virus was the aim of an April 21 town hall in Farmville.