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Greenville, North Carolina is located in Pitt County. Zip codes in Greenville, NC include 27835, 27834, and 27858. The median home price in Greenville is $119,000 which is roughly $71/per square foot. More Greenville information.

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State Appraisals And Your Car Taxes

It is something each of us does every year: renew the registration on your vehicle and pay taxes on it.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Jacksonville Daily News

Shark Tank casting call set for Greenville

Area entrepreneurs may have a chance to catch a break at an upcoming casting call for the ABC show Shark Tank.

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WITN

Greenville Man Jailed For Burglary, Assault

A Greenville man accused of an invasive crime, burglary, is under arrest and being held under a quarter of a million dollars bond.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

WITN

Statutory Rape Suspect Arrested After Chase

The Pitt County Sheriffs Office says they responded to a report of a sexual assault that happened just after 1:30 Saturday in the western section of the county.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Jacksonville Daily News

Arts Council looking for grant applications

The council is looking for artists to apply for the Regional Artists Project program, which provides funding for artists in all mediums, including visual art, music, film, play writing and dance, in 29 coastal counties, including Onslow.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

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Trustees Review Fiscal Sustainability Measures, Strategic Planning

GREENVILLE, N.C., July 18 -- East Carolina University issued the following news release: Continuing fiscal challenges were front and center during the regular meeting of the East Carolina University Board of Trustees held July 17-18 at the East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU.

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Kinston Free Press

Greene County Early College looking for fourth principal in four years

The search for a new principal at Greene County Early College High School is underway after former principal Charlie Langley announced he has accepted the position of principal at C.M. Eppes Middle School in Greenville.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

WCTI

Arrest made in a series of robberies

Officials said in each case, a Hispanic male approached other Hispanic individuals in or around department stores, pretending to sell electronics at a reduced price.

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The Charlotte Observer

Former Charlotte-based rapper Supastition returns for first gig since Atlanta move

In the mid-2000s, Supastition was a rising name in hip-hop, appearing on collaborations with fellow Carolinians Little Brother and on albums by veterans such as KRS-One, working with international producers such as Australia's m-Phazes and the Foreign Exchange's Nicolay, and drawing critical acclaim for 2005's "Chain Letters" LP.

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The Daily Caller

As Illegals Flood Border, Homeland Security Converges On Random NC City for No Reason

Earlier this week, the denizens of Greenville, N.C. were alarmed because several well-armed Homeland Security cops and their small fleet of SUVs abruptly appeared outside a federal bankruptcy courthouse.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

WITN

Churches Team Up To Fight Hunger In Eastern Carolina

The food bank says nearly 61,000 eastern North Carolina kids lose access to free and reduced cost lunches while they're out of school for the summer.

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WITN

Greenville Man Accused Of Selling Copper Wire From Utility Poles Arrested

Pitt County deputies arrested a man they say tried to sell copper ground wire from utility poles at a local metal recycler.

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WITN

Power Being Restored To Greenville Neighborhoods

Power has been restored to all but a handful of homes in Greenville after storms rumbled through the area Tuesday afternoon.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

Jacksonville Daily News

Arts councils seek applications for project grants

The Council for the Arts is seeking applications for the 2014-2015 Regional Artist Project Grants.

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Mon Jul 14, 2014

The Wall Street Journal

Small-Town Mayor Begins 273-Mile Walk to Washington

A small-town Republican mayor set out Monday on a 273-mile walk to Washington, D.C., to draw attention to the plight of rural hospitals.

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WGAL-TV Lancaster

Hospitals face major government crackdown for injuring patients

During a hernia operation, Dorothea Handron's surgeon unknowingly pierced her bowel.

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American Bass Anglers

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Running out of Lawson Creek near New Bern, NC, Antwan Moor, of Kinston, NC, caught 5 bass weighing 8.76 pounds.

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WITN

Man Shot, Injured In Greenville

Greenville Police said they are still getting the story behind a shooting from Sunday night where the man hit by gunfire got a ride to the hospital.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

News Observer

Belhaven mayor plans walk to DC to save hospital

TV in Greenville reports Mayor Adam O'Neal is planning the walk in an effort to save Vidant Pungo Hospital.

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WITN

Greenville Police Break Up Pro-Palestinian March After Group Fails To Get Permit

Police asked more than 100 Palestinian supporters in Greenville to stop their march because the group did not have a permit.

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