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Archive for October, 2014

Letter: Doherty and Ward Good for Greenville

Letter: Doherty and Ward Good for Greenville

I am writing to express my wholehearted support for two candidates running for election: Caroline Doherty for Pitt County Board of Education and Uriah Ward for N.C. House District 9. To me, Caroline Doherty is one of the most outstanding candidates we have had an opportunity to elect. Her breadth of professional experience ranges (for […]


Be a Guardian Angel

Be a Guardian Angel

An appeal from Anthony Noel Contributing writer and co-founder tonyn@GreenvilleGuardian.org It’s hard to believe nearly three years has passed since the Greenville Guardian posted its first story, introducing a bold experiment to remove the false boundaries of what journalism in Greenville had become, and explore what it might instead be. We’ve worked to demonstrate the power of in-depth, […]


What $14.4K Buys

We’re seeking 100 “Guardian Angels” – readers who feel so strongly about the need for high-quality writing on local issues and events that they will donate $12 per month for one year, to create a base operating budget of $14,400. Let’s break that down: $9k per year supports the work of our terrific editor, Lisa […]


G-Vegas, Fifteen Years In

From Las Cruces, NM - a.k.a. "The Greenville NC of the American West"

By Sydney Moseley Guest Columnist When I first came to Grease-Vegas, I wanted to do a column called “Stupid City.” Moving here in ’99 from San Francisco, I was appalled at so many things, from rampant indoor smoking to callous littering with broken beer bottles around the ECU campus. My feature was to have a […]


Where have all the channels gone?

by Guardian staff Suddenlink customers have likely noticed an absence of some channels since October 1. According to Jared Sonne, Senior Vice President of Suddenlink Communications in a letter dated Friday, October 3, Viacom demanded an increase of nearly 50 percent from Suddenlink in order to carry their 24 channels–and wanted even more for à […]


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