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Home DIY: Peppermint Monogram Wreath

 Monograms are popular in Greenville, NC, and the first letter of your last name is a fun way to personalize your decor. This festive monogram wreath makes a wonderful holiday decoration and a terrific homemade gift.This idea comes from Chelsea ...

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TRG news: We're hiring a listing agent!

Wanted: Someone with a passion for selling, a talent for marketing, and outstanding communication skills that's interested in career growth and significant financial income. Listing agents specialize in helping owners sell their homes as qu...

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TRG news: We're hiring a buyer specialist!

Wanted: Someone with a natural talent for selling who loves what they do but wants to make more money If you’re an outstanding sales professional interested in a full-time position that gives you freedom, flexibility, control and outstanding e...

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Home DIY: Holiday snack mixes

 With so many friends and family members dropping by your Greenville, NC, home during the holidays, it's a good idea to have some snacks on hand. And not just any snack will do when it's Christmastime! It's got to be festive. Snack mixes ar...

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Home DIY: Christmas picture frame wreath

 For a modern take on a holiday wreath, it's hip to be square! Make a Christmas decoration for your door with a picture frame, your choice of ornaments and some ribbon.  It's easy and inexpensive -- and gives your door some Christ...

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ENC news: Smash Waffles cafe

 Greenville's popular Smash Waffles delivery service has expanded with the opening of its first brick-and-mortar location, at 718 Dickinson Ave. in the uptown business district. Founders Justin Cox and Hunter Harrison have plans for others ...

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New Listing - Ayden

This listing in Ayden, at 629 Dalton Street, is a 2,060 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2.0 bath home on a 0.33 acre lot.100% All Brick Home with 3BR/2BA, Formal Dining Room and Finished Bonus Room. Features include Dbl Garage, His & Her closets in ...

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ENC news: Christmas parades

 Santa will be the special guest at Christmas parades in  Pitt County towns this holiday season. Each local parade will feature floats, community groups, bands -- and the jolly man in the red suit. Here's the Christmas parade sche...

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For sellers: Conquer clutter

 You want potential buyers to see how spacious your home is -- and that means getting rid of clutter! Buyers want lots of storage space, big closets and spacious garages. Even large closets can look tiny if they're packed full of stuff. Before you...

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Tasty: Twist on Thanksgiving buffet -- Minis!

 If you're setting up a buffet for Thanksgiving, here's an idea to make the line of hungry folks move faster: Make individual servings of your favorite feast food! You'll control the portion size (although it's a good idea to make more than you nee...

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ENC news: Fall Colors Paddle

 A Fall Colors Paddle on the Tar River provides participants an opportunity to see the autumn foliage emerging along Greenville's waterway. The tours, guided by Knee Deep Adventures, will be held around sunrise from 6-8 a.m.) and sunset (4-6 p.m.) ...

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ENC news: Briley's Farm Doggie Day

 Briley's Farm Market, 5290 Old Pactolus Road, Greenville, will have Doggie Day from noon-6 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 5 to celebrate the end of the season. You and your dog -- big or small -- can participate in hay rides and explore the farm's c...

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ENC news: Halloween food truck event

 An Uptown Greenville food truck event, Truck or Treat, will be held along the 200 block of East Fifth Street downtown from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31. Local food trucks will sell street eats along the 200 block of East Fifth Street fro...

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ENC news: Fall on the farms

Area farms have planted pumpkins, carved out corn mazes and scared up some hauntingly fun happenings for Halloween. Fees are charged for individual events. Contact each farm for more details. Here's where to go in the Greenville area for so...

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