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GROWING UP FIT: Keeping kids active with summer camps


PCC throwing scholarship gala in honor of President Massey's retirement


Pet of the Week: Isabella


Saving Graces: Snickers is available for adoption


CANCELLED: Uptown Greenville calls off Dickinson Avenue After Dark


TinyHouseNC Street Festival coming back to Pink Hill


Pet of the Week: Lola


Lenoir County Shrine Club hosting annual golf tournament


Local church hosting women's conference


March With The Saints benefit event raises money for local high school students


Saving Graces: Billie available for adoption


Bird park officials warn about bringing pet chicks, ducklings home this Easter


St. Paddy's Day Festival set for Saturday in Greenville


Pet of the Week: Georgia


Growing Up Fit: Minimizing food waste at home


Registration open for 11th annual Pirate Alumni Road Race


Aquaculture Conference & Cultured Seafood Festival opening to the public


Pet of the Week: Shasta


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Kentucky woman last seen walking her dog still missing 22 years later

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