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Known as "BMX Pro Town USA" Greenville is known for the many professional BMX riders who call Greenville home. Founded in 1771 the city was moved to its present location in 1774. The name Greenville was adopted in 1786 after Nathaneal Greene an American Revolutionary War hero. Today DSM Pharmaceuticals is a main employer in the area and has been since 1968. Theater is also growing in Greenville with recent developments including the Greenville Theater Project and the Magnolia Arts Center

Population: 84986
Local Newspapers: The Daily Reflector The Greenville Times
Local Sports Teams: East Carolina Pirates
Local Colleges: East Carolina University

Zip Codes associated with greenville, north carolina: 27834 27858
Towns/Cities near greenville, north carolina : Winterville Washington Farmville Ayden Wilson Bethel Rocky Mt Goldsboro New Bern

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South Lenoir senior in running for prestigious Morehead-Cain Updated at

Hunter West considers herself a competitive person. After all, she's a standout volleyball and basketball player at South Lenoir High School, and academically she ranks No.

Second wintery mix expected tomorrow

A second winter storm for the month is forecasted for Wednesday. But it shouldn't be as bad as the first week of January when Kinston received 5 inches of snow, officials said.

Booty and books: New evidence of pirates' interest in both Source: AP

Dead men tell no tales, but there's new evidence that somebody aboard the pirate Blackbeard's flagship harbored books among the booty. In an unusual find, researchers have discovered shreds of paper bearing legible printing that somehow survived three centuries underwater on the sunken vessel.

Houston controls East Carolina from outset 65-49 Source: AP

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Coleman launches campaign for Congress

A former state official launched her campaign for U.S. Congress on Saturday in Rocky Mount, saying she can beat the entrenched incumbent. Linda Coleman, former three-term N.C. General Assembly member and lieutenant gubernatorial candidate, officially announced her run for the Second Congressional District.

Edenton Police investigate shooting

EDENTON Police are investigating a shooting Frida evening that left an Edenton man with gunshot wounds to his arm, leg and back. Police responded to the reported shooting around 8:10 p.m. on 1013 Badham Road where they learned that Dashawn Jamol Leary, 25, of 712 B Johnston Street, was being treated at Vidant-Chowan Hospital for gunshot wounds.

New Bern police seek help in shooting

New Bern police are seeking help identifying a suspect or suspects involved in a shooting that took place on Thursday night. According to a release from the police department, Kion L. Beatty, 24, arrived at CarolinaEast Medical Center in a private vehicle after sustaining a bullet wound to the head.

Concerts, art gallery reception this weekend Updated at

Events planned for the next few days offer live music, share artwork with the community, and a remember the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bluegrass performer Doyle Lawson appears in concert Friday evening at the Foundation Performing Arts Center.

Novel Care Pathway for Patients Presenting to the Emergency...

From the Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine , University of North Carolina Medical Center , Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education, University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy , Gillings School of Global Public Health , and Department of Emergency Medicine , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Department of Psychology , Department of Cardiovascular Sciences , and Department of Public Health , East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.

Rocky Mount Deltas celebrate Founders Day

The Rocky Mount Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. is commemorating the founding of the sorority on Jan. 13, 1913 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. The Rocky Mount Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. has been dedicated to developing and enhancing a program of community service in the Edgecombe and Nash communities. The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. was founded on Jan. 13, 1913.

Friends of the Library to hold cruise raffle Updated at

The Kinston-Lenoir County Friends of the Library will hold its 14th annual cruise drawing on Saturday 10 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Schechter Auditorium of the Kinston-Lenoir County Public Library. Each participant who purchases a $100 raffle ticket will receive a one-in-one-hundred chance of winning his or her choice of a Caribbean Cruise or $2,500.

2 ECU fraternities closed after hazing, alcohol infractions

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Weirdest things TSA seized in 2017

The TSA Instagram account is a must follow. For starters, it opens you up to a world of insane findings at the airport.

Arctic temperatures cause emergency schedule for shelter Posted at

Kinston's Friends of the Homeless has been on an emergency schedule since the new year ushered in Arctic weather.  Jasper Newborn, director of the Friends of the Homeless, said the shelter at 112 N. Independence St. has gone into emergency mode, when the shelter stays open 24/7, really since Christmas, but it has been emphasized more since the new year.  "It will be like this probably until Monday morning when the weather is supposed to break," Newborn said.  Temperatures have not risen above freezing all week and are expected to drop to about 10 degrees Saturday morning.  An average of 15 people have been seeking the warm beds and showers at the shelter each night since the cold spell started, Newborn said.

Snowball fight! Greenville, NC police officers unwind after long day ata

After a long day on the beat, these Greenville Police officers decided to end their shift with some winter fun. The police department posted a video to their Facebook page showing some of their finest hurling snowballs at each other and having a great time.

North Carolina discovery shows Blackbeard's pirates liked to read

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Off-duty officer fatally shoots alleged shoplifting suspect

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