Thursday, February 25, 2021
The red, spiral wristband with two silver keys is hardly a jewel, but to the young woman wearing it, this is a precious gift.
Kenneth Hammond had no intention of blazing a trail 50 years ago as a student at East Carolina University.
A clean audit opinion and a higher fund balance should help Pitt County government when it seeks bonds this spring to renovate a local middle school and refinance existing bonds.
A very dedicated group of Greene Early College High School students decided to continue a tradition in the midst of a pandemic: Project Valentine.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Dear liberals, your man was declared the winner. Where is the happiness? Most of what I read is vindictive, hateful rhetoric by the dogface, pony soldiers (Biden’s terminology). Litigation and due process are cornerstones of American democracy. If you reference the Constitution, include its …
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
AYDEN — Ayden’s Branding Committee continues to seek input from both town residents and those outside of the community.
Friday, February 19, 2021
Area residents should beware of callers trying to sell deeply discounted subscriptions to The Daily Reflector, The Standard and other Adams Publishing Group-ENC publications in the region.
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Thursday, February 18, 2021
SNOW HILL — Greene County is distributing the COVID-19 vaccine as supplies permit and is closely monitoring cases in the area, according to a local health official.
AYDEN — Ayden’s Branding Committee is still seeking input from both town residents and those outside of the community.
FOUNTAIN — Work at the Fountain Public Library has come to a halt after additional damage was found while removing the structure’s ceiling.
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Walstonburg Cemetery: It's time to remove graveside flowers at the Walstonburg Cemetery. Flowers need to be removed by Feb. 28.
Relocation of the Confederate monument that stood in front of the Pitt County Courthouse is on hold, the county manager reported during Monday’s Pitt County Board of Commissioners meeting.
U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield announced he has been named chairman of the Subcommittee on Elections.
Thursday, February 11, 2021
FARMVILLE — A fire that caused heavy damage to Wesley United Methodist Church remained under investigation a week later, but members said they will rebuild.
SNOW HILL — Greene County has once again tapped Suzanne Gray to serve as interim director for the Department of Social Services.
FARMVILLE — Assistance from the Nathan R. Cobb Sr. Foundation came in a “timely manner,” Sierra Harris and Ashley Streeter said Friday after they were presented with financial aid from the Foundation’s families in distress initiative.
AYDEN — Ayden commissioners concerned about a late audit are now requiring needed information to be turned over to the firm handling its financial report no later than Feb. 17.
County elections officials traveled to Walstonburg and Hookerton last week to discuss cost-cutting options with their respective boards of commissioners.