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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
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Taking Femto Cataract To the Next Level

Though much has been made of the exacting nature of incisions, capsulotomies and fragmentation performed by femtosecond lasers in cataract surgery, an oft-overlooked aspect of using the laser is how it affects the surgeon's other, more manual techniques, such as phaco or nuclear chopping. Along these lines, surgeons say that once you start using the femtosecond for your cataract cases, you'll notice differences - some subtle, some very noticeable - in how you approach each step.

3 arrested after drug raid where 5 children were found

Police have charged three adults with drug trafficking and child abuse after finding five children and two pounds of cocaine during a drug raid in North Carolina. Greenville police told local media that Ebony Greene, who lives at the home, was arrested during last month's search.

The Viking Way: Banners effort to cement stronger ECSU-city ties

Shown are examples of the kinds of images Elizabeth City State University hopes to post on a series of banners along "Viking Way," the stretch of Southern Avenue between the G.R. Little Library and the Shepard Street intersection, which functions as a gateway to the downtown district near Elizabeth City's waterfront. The banners, which ECSU hopes to post before the April 9 launch of Viking Fest, are designed to demonstrate closer ties between ECSU and the city.

Albemarle County Announces Hiring of Economic Development Director

After a rigorous recruitment and applicant screening process, Albemarle County is pleased to announce Roger Johnson as its new Economic Development Director effective April 2, 2018. In this role, Johnson will oversee the County's Economic Development Office, leading the County's efforts to foster and encourage best practices in economic development activities.

ECU Foundation: Done deal on new chancellor residence

The ECU Foundation announced Monday that it completed the purchase of a home in the exclusive Star Hill Farm neighborhood of Greenville to be used as the chancellor's residence. The 8,500-square-foot home on 5.2 acres at 3100 Kariblue Lane was purchased for $1.3 million, according to Chris Dyba, ECU vice chancellor for development and president of the private ECU Foundation.

North Carolina elementary school closed for lack of heat Source: AP

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Camden Middle students at regional science fair

Paige Strecker, an 8th grade student from Camden Middle School, won first place in the chemistry division of the regional science fair held at East Carolina University in Greenville on Feb. 17. She will advance to compete in the state science fair in March. Three Camden Middle School students, Connor Scaub, Paige Strecker and Peyton Carver, participated in the regional science fair at East Carolina University in Greenville on Feb. 17. Paige Strecker won first place in the chemistry division.

Noble Brothers EC store features renovated showroom

It may be hard to see a hurricane as a blessing in disguise. But for Chris Noble, whose family owns Noble Brothers Cabinets and Millwork, Hurricane Matthew may have helped the company change its Elizabeth City showroom for the better.

Mary Chatman named president of WellStar Kennestone Hospital

Mary Chatman, President of Kennestone Hospital addresses the crowd before the ribbon cutting on the new Emergency Department at Kennestone Hospital on Feb. 15. Chatman was interim president at the time, but on Friday, WellStar announced she would get the job on a permanent basis.

Couple 'opened fire inside Black Panther screening'

Couple are arrested for firing a GUN in a movie theater after arguing with two men over their seats for Black Panther Chadwick Cherry, 40, and Shameka Latrice Lynch, 30, were arrested for shooting a gun inside a showing of Black Panther on Friday Cops say the couple got into a fight with two other men, Deandre Cox and Randy Jones, over assigned seating in the theater Both Cherry and Lynch face charges of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and discharging a weapon in an enclosure to incite fear According to arrest documents, Chadwick Cherry, 40, and Shameka Latrice Lynch, 30, got into an altercation with Deandre Cox and Randy Jones over assigned seating.

Argument over seats at NC movie theater a Black Panthera showing led to shooting

An argument over assigned seating during a showing of superhero movie " Black Panther " in a crowded Greenville theater led to a shooting on Friday, police said . "That dispute quickly turned into a pistol being pulled out and at least one shot being fired off into the ceiling," Greenville Police Chief Mark Holtzman said .

Woman charged after shot fired inside North Carolina theater

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WHY: In 2002, Karen Keating was working in an Asheville cardiologist office when she got a phone call informing her that her youngest son had been involved in a car accident and had sustained a traumatic brain injury. "It was a whole new world," Keating says.

Police say shots fired inside North Carolina movie theater

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New store offers options for pet lovers

A longtime local businesswoman in Tarboro is giving pet lovers a reason to stay in town for their pet needs. Barbara Molten recently opened a new pet service business called Farm Life Pet & Feed and Bait & Tackle Store at 229 N. Main St. in downtown Tarboro.

Summer-like weather brings the sound of fun to playgrounds

Children were squealing with excitement, soaring through the air on swings and conquering a dragon Friday morning while their parents looked on smiling, happy to be outdoors in the unusual warmth of February.  About 20 toddlers, their parents and friends were spending a day in the Kinston's newest playground in Pearson Park that most people call Dragon Park, taking advantage of the 70-degree weather.  Lindsay Corrigan watched her 9-year-old daughter Mckenna pushing 11-month-old Charlie on the swing while Charile's mother Mary Rouse looked on.

Two injured in head-on crash

The driver of a Honda Accord is taken by a stretcher to an ambulance after being hit head-on at the intersection of Highway 111 North and Lancaster Road Wednesday. The North Carolina Highway Patrol investigated a crash that occurred on Wednesday just after 11:30 a.m. along N.C.111 North and Lancaster Road.

Arrests made in La Grange double homicide

The Lenoir County Sheriff's Office has made two arrests in connection with a November shooting that left three dead. On Feb. 15, Shonquez Robinson was arrested and charged with two open counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon.

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