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Home DIY: Summer door hanging

Welcome friends to your home during the late summer with a fun "wreath" that contains all the  season's essentials! This do-it-yourself door hanging is made with dollar store buys and can express your personality through the products you ch...

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For sale: "The Brady Bunch" House

 "Here's a story of a lovely lady" and the house you can purchase for nearly $2 million. This Studio City, Calif., home is known as “The Brady Bunch" house because its exteriors were used on the popular television show, which aired between 1969-1...

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ENC news: Ice Cream Festival is Saturday

 Simply Natural Creamery, 1265 Carson Edwards Road, Ayden, will hold its second annual Ice Cream Festival from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, July 14. Admission is free. The festival is a celebration of National Ice Cream Day. There will be three...

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Home decor: Wallpaper accent wall

 Covering one wall with decorative wallpaper is a great trick for sprucing up any room in your house -- and it's a hot trend in home decor. One patterned wall gives a designer feel to a modest space.  Since you're covering just on...

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Holiday DIY: Patriotic Bandana Wreath

 Here's a touch of Americana for your front door: a no-sew fabric wreath created with red, white and blue bandanas. What a fun way to welcome guests to your home for an Independence Day cookout.Patriotic Bandana Wreath Supplies: S...

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ENC news: Greenville Grooves

 Greenville, get ready to groove! The annual Carroll Dashiell Greenville Grooves Music Festival will be held from 5-8 pm. Friday, June 29 at Five Points Plaza, the parking lot at the corner of Fifth and Evans streets in Uptown Greenville.Th...

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Home DIY: Summer Clothespin Wreath

 School's out for the summer and it's all about fun in the sun in eastern North Carolina. Give your front door a ray of sunshine with this yellow and orange clothespin wreath. It's a great way to recycle those wooden clothespins in the laun...

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ENC news: Simply Natural Creamery-Greenville opens June 6

 Greenville residents and visitors can get a hand-dipped scoop of locally made ice cream without a drive to the country beginning June 6. Simply Natural Creamery's much-anticipated Greenville location opens Wednesday at 317 Arlington Blvd.,...

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ENC news: Sunday in the Park's free concerts begin June 3

 Greenville's free outdoor concert series, Sunday In The Park, begins Sunday, June 3 at the Town Common, 100 E. First Street downtown beside the Tar River. The concert series has been a summer tradition since 1973. Free performances of...

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ENC news: Field of Honor

 A Field of Honor flag display, hosted by Greenville Noon Rotary Club, will be exhibited today through July 7 on the Greenville Town Common, 105 E. First St. A public opening ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 26. Speakers will i...

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Home DIY: Baseball Wreath

 Spring means baseball in eastern North Carolina -- and odds are good that you and your family are spending plenty of time at the ballpark. If you don't have a child or grandchild who plays, your neighbor probably does! Making a baseball wr...

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Home DIY: She Sheds

 Men have Man Caves -- and now women have She Sheds. The She Shed concept isn't new, but it's continuing to gain popularity around the country, making it an emerging trend in home design. Women are pouring their creativity into designi...

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ENC news: Farmville Dogwood Festival is April 27-29

 The 31st annual Farmville Dogwood Festival will be held Friday, April 27 through Sunday, April 29  on the Town Commons at 3672 N. Main St., Farmville. The festival includes arts and crafts vendors, amusement rides and live entertainme...

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Home DIY: Prevent pesky mosquitoes

 April showers leave behind standing water, the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. The City of Greenville, NC Public works offers list of potential egg-laying sites around your property -- and how to prevent them from harboring those i...

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