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Talk It Out: Campaign encourages families to talk about underage drinking


Sylvan Heights Bird Park holiday events support conservation efforts


The Farm's Holiday Magic Craft Fair happening Saturday


PCC hosting 'Registration Day' for Basic Law Enforcement Training


High school theater group performing "Steel Magnolias"


ECU Opera Theater performing at Historic Turnage Theater


Holiday honor cards benefit homeless shelter


Non-profit preschool program accepting applications


Greenville chili cook-off to benefit United Way Thursday


Town of Windsor celebrating 250th anniversary


Aid group flies supplies to typhoon-struck Pacific islands


Down East Holiday Show benefits PCC student scholarships


Girl Scout troop hosting Breakfast with Santa


17th annual Winning With Diabetes conference happening in Greenville


Greenville Junior League hosting annual "Roast at the Rock"


St. Peter Catholic School hosting open house


Stockings for Soldiers collections underway


"Creatures of the Night' fall Halloween event happening Saturday


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