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Community Pops Singers perform holiday classics this Friday


Dance Art Theatre's Nutcracker Ballet benefits Children's Miracle Network


Greenville teen with autism writes play to raise awareness


Apply to Pitt Community College and become a student all in one day


Party with a Purpose raises money for Ronald McDonald House of ENC


Farmville Boy Scouts troop celebrating 90 years


Astronaut has ties to Sylvan Heights Bird Park


Free cancer screenings offered today at Vidant Cancer Center


Healthy Habits: Resources available to those recovering from Hurricane Dorian


Thanksgiving food giveaway happening November 23 in Greenville


Youth orchestra concerts slated for this weekend


ECU Opera Theater presents Hansel and Gretel


African American Music Series concert happening in Greenville


Craft fair to benefit St. Peter Catholic Church


Wiggin Out For Charity fundraiser benefits Vidant Cancer Care


Ayden Collard Festival kicks off Friday night


Spooky Science: At-home Halloween experiments for kids


Fly on a vintage 1929 airliner at Pitt-Greenville Airport this week


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