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Editorials

November 03, 2019

More than 4,200 people have voted already in the 2019 municipal elections. Many of you who will vote on Tuesday already have decided which candidates will get your vote. For those of you who have not, here is a quick review.

In Greenville, five out of seven seats on the City Council are up for…

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September 29, 2019

An annual state report released this month showed students in Pitt County public schools improved their scores last year on reading, math and other end-of-grade tests, but we still have a challenge ahead of us.

Based on the report’s School Achievement Scores, which include scoring from all…

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September 15, 2019

It was daytime when the first bands of Hurricane Floyd began lashing eastern North Carolina and the Greenville area on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1999, 20 years ago today.

The Tar River was nearly 5 feet above flood stage already, thanks in good measure to two passes by Hurricane Dennis two weeks before.…

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August 18, 2019

A nearly unanimous vote by the Greenville City Council this month to annex nearly 400 acres well outside the city limits raises questions about the rights of rural residents and the city’s direction when it comes to managing growth.

The council voted 5-1 with Rick Smiley in opposition to…

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