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Archive for July, 2012

South Tar River Greenway gets Educational

South Tar River Greenway gets Educational

by Lisa Wilbourne A new educational marker has been installed on the South Tar River Greenway, summarizing a local educator’s  six-month research project into the river’s history as a transportation artery. Titled Lock on the Tar River, the marker was funded by Friends of Greenville Greenways (FROGGS), and is located just west of the city’s […]


Governor’s Office Honors Dunn

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by Lisa Wilbourne One of North Carolina’s most prestigious civilian awards was presented to Greenville citizen and former Mayor Pat Dunn at Immanuel Baptist Church last Sunday, July 15. The Order of the Long Leaf Pine, honoring citizens who have made a significant impact towards creating a better North Carolina, was presented to Dunn by State Rep. Marian McLawhorn […]


Op-Ed: Push for Citywide Resolution against Citizens United

Op-Ed: Push for Citywide Resolution against Citizens United

by Griffin Bur This election year, Americans will likely be subject to the greatest torrent of political campaign and advertising spending ever seen in the country. Just this past week, the city of Greenville saw some of the heaviest advertising in the country. Though the ultimate causes for this inflow of money are varied, the […]


The Return of Miss Gay Greenville

The Return of Miss Gay Greenville

by Aaron Lucier A historic event came back to life in Greenville last month. On the weekend of June 22-23, the 27th Miss Gay Greenville America Pageant was held at Limelight. Neither featured on Toddlers and Tiaras nor part of the traditional pageant circuit, not many people know about Miss Gay Greenville America, a full-scale […]


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