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Archive for November, 2012

Burned and Crumbled, Pictures of the Imperial Tobacco Warehouse

Burned and Crumbled, Pictures of the Imperial Tobacco Warehouse

On November 5, Greenville City Council decided to buy the old Imperial Tobacco Warehouse on Atlantic Street. The warehouse caught fire on April 17, 2008 and has been sitting unused (and unusable due to chemicals in the land) since. The city will pay $1 for the deed for a three-year period, and will apply for […]


Respect, Decorum, Civility

Respect, Decorum, Civility

One of the most interesting parts of a city council meeting, and one of the most overlooked due to its place on the agenda, is “Comments from Mayor and City Council.” Occurring near the end of every meeting, it is a time when councilors – free of time limits – share announcements, thank people doing […]


Early Voting Ends Today

Early Voting Ends Today

If you are not registered to vote or need to change your address, today’s your last day! There are five early voting sites to which any Pitt County residents can go. They’re only open until 1 p.m. Community Schools Building: 4561 County Home Road County Office Building: 1717 West Fifth Street Winterville Fire Station: 2593 Railroad […]


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