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Moving Greenville Forward?

Moving Greenville Forward?

HELP WANTED: Low pay. No company-paid benefits. No chance for advancement (especially for women and minorities). 27 hours or less per week – guaranteed. That’s right, you can still qualify for food stamps or Medicaid! Don’t miss out! Apply today! Walmart may not be this blatant – yet – in its indentured servant employee recruitment […]


Job Seeker Turns to McCrory

Job Seeker Turns to McCrory

Editor’s note: The letter writer cc’ed us. Greetings, Governor McCrory, My name is Shelley Duncan. It has come to my attention that your administration has recently filled several positions that had not been publicly advertised, as reported (after the fact) by numerous news outlets. As one of your constituents who is currently looking for jobs […]


Making Greenville Grow. Up.

Making Greenville Grow. Up.

When four of Greenville’s six city councilors voted Thursday to increase occupancy limits for unrelated people living in homes of the city’s Tar River-University neighborhood, each – along with the mayor – displayed a blatant disregard for the will of the people. Despite clear-cut and overwhelming public opposition from city residents, from the Planning and […]


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