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Paddling Eastern North Carolina, Part 1: Greenville’s Tar River

Twisted cypress trees on the Tar River, near Greenville. Photo source: Brad Beggs.

This is the first of six guides to paddling in Eastern North Carolina. The series will run through the summer.  by Brad Beggs Guardian columnist From late spring through fall, Greenville’s Tar River welcomes paddlers and tubers looking to cool off. In the winter months, it is the perfect place to embrace the occasional warm day […]

Walk More Uptown

Walk More Uptown

By Lisa Wilbourne People will be able to exercise more in Uptown Greenville with today’s inauguration of three measured walking paths.  As “part of developing a culture of wellness”, says City of Greenville Benefits Manager Frank Salvato, “including increased physical activity and better nutritional values, these are the first of many paths established for city, […]

Local Foods Demonstration

CSA box. Photo by Kay Sokolovic.

By Kay Sokolovic A special event showcasing CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) was held at The Scullery in Uptown Greenville on Tuesday, March 20. Locavore Market founder, Angela DeCuzzi, and The Scullery owner, Matt Scully, presented and discussed multiple ways to use local produce and meats from a Locavore Market and Nooherooka Natural CSA. On display were […]

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