Greenville is your typical college town. There are more fast food restaurants, drug stores and coffee shops than you will ever need. It is hard to find many places that are not chains but there are certainly a few gems in this city (Michelangelo's, Basil, B's Barbecue, Parker's, Harvey's, etc.) Shopping is decent but no frills. The mall, compared to many, is mediocre at best. There is very little in …
I have lived in Greenville NC since my college days there, and I can't imagine living anywhere else. East Carolina University, home of the Pirates, helps this city to thrive. A steady stream of university students, professors and area residents peruse the shelves at Barnes and Noble and a number of smaller book stores. The local Starbucks, Panera Bread, Best Buy and independent shops cater to professionals throughout the day. …
AreaVibes ContributorPosted on Aug 11, 2010
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Possibly relocating to GreenvilleMy husband has a possible job relocation to Greenville. We have children. Crime and schools are big. I have read that Greenville has high crime and the schools get pretty pitiful ratings. Does anyone have any insight on this? I have heard it's a good town for college students, what about for families? Any areas that are safer than others? Any help would be greatly appreciated. :) …
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