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Free program for cancer survivors/caregivers happening at local zoo

Greenville Museum of Art hosts Second Sunday Yoga

Families play alongside the pros during Down East Wood Ducks clinic

Simply Natural Creamery holds second annual Ice Cream Festival

Magnolia Arts Center hosting 10-minute play competition

Tropical Storm Chris causing dangerous surf at the beaches

Historic black high school celebrates annual reunion

Plant and See hosts a party for its annual sale

Local songwriter hopes song will unite people this Independence Day

Sunflower Festival draws crowds to a local farm

SILVER ALERT CANCELED: Missing Greene County woman found safe

Winterville parks getting makeovers

Healthy Habits: Summer water safety

Greenville Grooves Music Festival happening Friday

ECU Summer Guitar Festival draws performers to Greenville

Local theatre company performing play about Harlem Renaissance

Group makes presentations on safe gun storage in the home

Fallen deputy honored with street naming ceremony

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