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E.B. Aycock educating by innovating

Five schools in Pitt County have innovation labs designed to get students engaged in real-world problem solving, but E.B. Aycock Middle School has taken the initiative a step further by creating a class that solely focuses on those skills.

  • Pedestrian killed in Greenville

    A 57-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle on South Memorial Drive on Wednesday night, the fifth pedestrian death reported this year in the Greenville area.

  • Study: Lower blood pressure better

    When East Carolina University employee Anthony Thomas saw the call for participants in a blood pressure treatment study on the university’s website, he figured he was a good candidate.

  • Little Willie Center repairs disputed

    Repairs and mold remediation to the Little Willie Center have been completed, according to city staff, but center officials said they still do not feel the building is safe.

  • Relations Council to present plan

    The Greenville Human Relations Council will present its strategic plan to the city council at tonight’s meeting, after members said they had to “persevere” to get the item on the council’s agenda.

  • Newspapers: ‘Best source of information’

    The 75th National Newspaper Week continues through Saturday, and readers are talking about why the newspaper is important to them to help The Daily Reflector celebrate.

The Latest on storm: Coastal counties warned of rising water

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The latest on the rainstorm that pounded parts of the East Coast (all times local): 10 a.m.

  • Man shot to death in Raleigh

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Police are investigating the shooting death of a man in Raleigh.

  • Wrightsville Beach suffers erosion from storm

    WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N.C. (AP) — The storm that dropped between 1 and 2 feet of rain in southeastern North Carolina has caused what officials are calling significant erosion on the north end of Wrightsville Beach.

  • The Latest: Boil water advisory lifted for 1 area

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The latest on the rainstorm that pounded parts of the East Coast (all times local): 7:30 a.m.

  • No charges in man's shooting death

    HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (AP) — The Henderson County district attorney says a woman will not be charged in the shooting death of her husband last month.

  • Bubble tea business in Fayetteville raided by police

    FAYETTEVILLE — Police have raided a Fayetteville bubble tea business that authorities say was a front for an illegal video gambling operation.

Chicken waste spilled on N.C. 11

Martin County officials had to wash thousands of gallons of chicken waste from N.C. 11 on Thursday after it spilled from a tanker truck for about two-tenths of a mile.

  • Men in moped wreck identified

      The State Highway Patrol on Thursday released the identities of two people killed Wednesday when a car rear-ended their moped on U.S. 264 in Greene County.

  • Arrest made after shots fired at police

    The Greenville Police Department arrested a man it said fired on officers during a drug raid on Fourth Street on Tuesday night.

  • GPD: Shots fired, two arrested

    The Greenville Police Department reported it has arrested a man it says fired on officers during a drug raid on Fourth Street on Tuesday.

  • Stabbing, shot fired in incidents

    A man was cut in his back early Wednesday on Frontgate Drive, the Greenvillle Police Department reported.

  • Protesters ‘indict’ Pitt DA

    About 30 people on a sidewalk in front of the Pitt County Courthouse voted Tuesday afternoon to “indict” District Attorney Kimberly Robb for allegedly engaging in a pattern of racial discrimination.

Young entrepreneurs pitch plans

Young entrepreneurs with ideas that can make a difference in Greenville pitched their plans to a panel of judges at East Carolina University for a chance to win $10,000 in a statewide contest to turn their ideas into reality.

  • What unemployment numbers mean

    The Bureau of Economic Analysis recently released its final revision of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the second quarter of 2015.

  • Mayne-lining life into economy

    With strong leadership, vision and a deep pool of talent on its shop floor with more on the way, pharmaceutical developer and manufacturer Mayne Pharma has been busy planting strong roots in Pitt County’s fertile life sciences community, company leaders said last week.

  • Patheon continues expansion work

    While this week’s Pitt County’s economic development focus was on Mayne Pharma’s announcement of a new expansion project, another major Greenville-based pharmaceutical manufacturer continues its work on an expansion project that will bring hundreds of jobs to the area.

  • Financial health: IBHS is useful resource

    You’ve seen the studies done on cars that involve crash tests, right?

  • Umbrella policy can avert disaster

    I want you to pull out all your insurance policies and look them over soon, because you need to make sure you have enough coverage to protect yourself in case of a tragedy.

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