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From the Editor’s Couch: Contestants for Mayor Heard

Ellison and Dudley Moore are roughly the same height.

by Lisa Ellison, editor The Daily Reflector held its mayoral debate last night. Lots of people and media attended. Why, even the mayor was there! I was pleased to get a seat towards the front, between two people I know and was glad to see, even if briefly. The questions were good, covering topics from planning […]


Early October Greenway Sights

Early October Greenway Sights

By Vince and Ann Bellis Ann and I walked the South Tar River greenway recently with a friend. We saw some things that might have caught the attention and curiosity of others. At the pond near the Beech Street entry to the greenway we found beds of a pretty pink flower. This flower is Gerardia. It […]


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 […]


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