- Sep 19 Join us next week for MWBE's MED Week, a chance to recognize the economic impact of minority and women-owned firms. http://ow.ly/pxql30fh6sY
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- Sep 15 Mayor Kandie Smith and the Greenville City Council recognized five local youth sports teams with certificates last night for tremendous runs in all-star play, including the Greenville North State Little League Baseball 10-12-year-old team that finished 4th in the world at the Little League World Series. Other teams recognized included the Greenville Tar Heel Little League 9-11-year-old All-Stars who won the SE Regional Tournament of State Champions, the Greenville Tar Heel Little League 8-10-year-olds who won the SE Regional Tournament of State Champions, the Greenville Babe Ruth Baseball 14U All-Stars who won the SE Regional and competed in the Babe Ruth Baseball World Series, and the Pitt County Girls Softball League 8U All-Stars who won the SE Regional and competed in the Babe Ruth Softball World Series. What a summer for local youth sports!
- Sep 14 More accolades for our city. Thank you to 3CMA for a wonderful event and honor. http://ow.ly/xRJp30f9ge7
- Sep 12 Mayor Kandie Smith has designated a pair of citizens to represent the City of Greenville for ceremonial purposes at the Yeonsu Neungheodae Culture Festival later this month. http://www.greenvillenc.gov/Home/Components/News/News/1402/66?backlist=%2fhome
- Sep 08 Mayor Kandie Smith, Police Chief Mark Holtzman, Fire/Rescue Chief Eric Griffin, and Public Works Director Kevin Mulligan brief the public on the City's preparations for potential impact from Hurricane Irma today at a press conference in City Hall.