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Ward to Challenge Brown

Uriah Ward

by Lisa Ellison Greenville native Uriah Ward announced his intention to run for North Carolina House District 9–the seat currently held by Republican Brian Brown, a Pitt County resident  and business owner.  A senior, graduating in Fall of 2014, Ward is a Political Science major with a minor in Business at East Carolina University. After […]


Greenvillians Join Protests in Raleigh

Greenvillians Join Protests in Raleigh

by Dusty Speedy For eleven weeks, thousands of people, including some from Greenville, have gathered in Raleigh, with over 800 arrested for civil disobedience, to protest the legislative actions taken by the North Carolina General Assembly. Though the major message of the protests known as “Moral Mondays” changes from week to week–women’s rights, voting rights, […]


Bill to Send Tax-payer Money to Private Schools

Bill to Send Tax-payer Money to Private Schools

by Lisa Wilbourne “An Act to Create Opportunity Scholarships” is the name of  House Bill 944, a voucher program sponsored by first-term Republican North Carolina House member and Greenville resident Brian Brown. The program would provide select students scholarships of up to $4,200 per year, but not more than 90 percent of tuition and fees, to […]


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