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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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KOZZ/Reno Hires Tina Smash For Mornings; PD Jave Patterson Returning To Afternoons On KDOT

LOTUS RADIO Classic Rock KOZZ/RENO has hired TINA SMASH for mornings, taking over for OM/PD JAVE PATTERSON who will be returning to afternoons on sister station Active Rock KDOT /RENO in AUGUST. SMASH, a 17 year radio vet, left her position as PD/Mornings for DICK BROADCASTING'S Active Rock WXQR /GREENVILLE, N.C in JANUARY of this year.

Two men wounded in shootout

Raheem Taylor, 21, was transported to Vidant Medical Center in Greenville with non-life-threatening injuries. He was held longer for observation, said Cpl.

ENC Stop Human Trafficking Now announces new community outreach coordinator

ENC Stop Human Trafficking Now recently announced the hiring of Melinda Sampson as the organization's new community outreach coordinator. She spent nearly seven years in the journalism industry, beginning as an editor for a weekly publication in Belhaven in 2011.

'We tend to get more calls ... but nothing like this,' suicide hotline says

Suicide is on the rise across the United States. It is more than a mental health condition - states and communities can adopt comprehensive strategies to prevent suicide.

Public hearing slated for spending plan

The Rocky Mount City Council is set to welcome a new member and hear from the public on its proposed 2019 fiscal budget, among other actions Monday evening. Joyner will then take his seat on the council as the representative of Ward 3. He was appointed last month but couldn't assume the office until now due to a voter registration issue.

After deaths at Cary's Baby+Co, lawmaker moves to regulate natural birth centers

The Baby+Co birthing center in Cary is conducting a safety review after the deaths of four newborns since its opening in 2014. Women in labor are being diverted to WakeMed's Cary hospital.

It's Donut Day

Hallelujah Lassies made donuts for American soldiers fighting in France during World War I. The Lassies were civilian women with the Salvation Army who made life a little bit better for American soldiers. Hallelujah Lassies with the Salvation Army made coffee for American soldiers fighting in World War I in France.

North Carolina assault suspect convicted after skipping bail

A North Carolina man who skipped out of his assault trial has been found guilty while he was absent from court. WITN in Greenville reports prosecutors in Pitt County say Rontrell Hooks was found guilty on Wednesday of assault inflicting serious injury, possession of a firearm by a felon and assault by pointing a gun.

The Latest: Evacuation order lifted; N Carolina dam is safe

This April 2016 photo provided by WYFF-TV shows television news anchor Mike McCormick. North Carolina's governor is urging his state's residents to exercise caution as rains from a subtropical depression spread into his and other Southern states, noting the deaths of McCormick and another broadcast journalists killed by a falling tree as they reported on the severe weather associated with Alberto.

Pizza worker who shot attacker wearing a clown mask tells Florida dispatcher: 'I think he's dying'

A Holly Hill pizza store employee made a desperate 911 call begging for help after fatally shooting a masked man the employee said attacked him. Heriberto Feliciano told the dispatcher he was closing up the Little Caesars restaurant late Saturday night when he was struck with a large piece of wood.

Falling tree kills 2 journalists reporting on severe weather

North Carolina's governor is urging his state's residents to exercise caution as rains from a subtropical depression spread into his and other Southern states, noting the deaths of two broadcast journalists killed by a falling tree as they reported on the severe weather associated with Alberto. The television news anchor and a photojournalist colleague were killed Monday in North Carolina while covering the very fringes of the large system whose core made landfall hundreds of miles away on the northern Gulf Coast.

Mental health agency working to provide school-based therapy

Trillium Health Resources in Greenville, the mental health local management entity now serving Nash and 24 other counties in eastern North Carolina, has announced its plans to launch school-based therapy services for children and their families in 14 school districts, including Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools. The agency announced Monday it has published a request for proposals on its website giving interested providers and related agencies until June 29 to respond.

Fossil festival celebrates 25 years in Eastern North Carolina

A town just southeast of Greenville has a population of about 500, but this weekend, more than 25 times that number of people are expected to crowd the streets. The town, aptly nicknamed Fossil Town, USA, is otherwise known as Aurora.

North Carolina's public university board elects new leaders

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors on Thursday elected Greenville businessman Harry Smith as chairman. Smith is replacing Asheville attorney W. Louis Bissette Jr., who headed the board for almost three years.

Woman accused of trying to abduct babies from hospitals in NC, SC makes court appearance

Shortly after the NHRMC incident, a bulletin was issued warning Everett may be trying to abduct children from NC and SC hospitals. The woman who officials feared may have been trying to abduct a baby from hospitals in the Carolinas had her first court appearance Monday afternoon for charges stemming from an incident at New Hanover Regional Medical Center last month.

Woman accused of trying to abduct babies from hospitals in NC, SC makes court appearance

The woman who officials feared may have been trying to abduct a baby from hospitals in the Carolinas had her first court appearance Monday afternoon for charges stemming from an incident at New Hanover Regional Medical Center last month. Linda Mae Everett, 36, of Archdale, is charged with three counts of felony breaking and entering, and one count of misdemeanor larceny.

Studies seek to limit flood damage

State officials conducted a six-month study of the Tar River Basin running through Louisburg, Nashville, Rocky Mount, Nashville, Tarboro, Princeville, Greenville and other communities out to Little Washington. The study examined four strategies to reduce future flood impacts, including river flow diversion, dam removal, detention facilities and property mitigation of flood-prone homes, according to the report.

19 earn diplomas at Camden Early College

Camden Early College is not a traditional high school, so it was probably fitting that the graduation speech by the school's salutatorian on Saturday didn't follow tradition. Annabelle Andrews didn't give a traditional speech to her fellow graduates at Camden Early College's commencement ceremony at College of The Albemarle's Performing Arts Center.

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