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Greenville, NC

 Greenville, the hub of eastern North Carolina, is located about an hour from the state capitol of Raleigh and just over an hour from the beach towns of the southern Outer Banks. It's a vibrant, verdant city boasting a world-class regional medical center (Vidant Medical Center) and one of the state's largest universities (East Carolina Univer...

Winterville, NC

The Pitt County town of Winterville, located immediately south of Greenville, boasts a relaxed, family-oriented lifestyle. With a current population of more than 9,400, Winterville is growing at a rate of approximately 1,000 new residents a year. Winterville Town Hall (Photo by Bee There Media) In the April 1996 issue of Money magazine...

Farmville, NC

 Farmville is located the heart of eastern North Carolina, 10 minutes from Greenville. The town offers historic and new residential opportunities, enthusiasm for the arts and a vibrant Main Street.  Early settlers began farming the fertile land in the mid-1760s, and the town of Farmville was incorporated in 1872. Main Street, Farmville, NC (Ph...

Ayden, NC

 Ayden, a southern Pitt County town of just over 5,000 residents, has a global reputation for two staples of the Southern table: barbecue and collards.Barbecue, corn bread and slaw from The Skylight Inn in Ayden. (Web photo) Barbecue In 1830, Skilton Dennis of Pitt County opened what may have been the first commercial barbecue business in the Un...

Grifton, NC

 Grifton, the southernmost incorporated town in Pitt County, has a long and fascinating history that includes Native Americans, an early naturalist, polyester, paddling and fishy celebrations. Contentnea Creek, with its untouched natural beauty, is the heart and soul of Grifton, and inhabitants have lived along its banks since ancient tim...