By Michael Abramowitz The Daily Reflector Thursday, February 1, 2018 Dozens of public and private partners got a view Wednesday of what they envision as the next major step toward Pitt County becoming a regional pharmaceutical manufacturing hub. ...

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The Pharmaceutical Services Network @Pitt Community College (PSN@PCC) opens officially on January 31, 2018....

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We are proud to be a part of the North Carolina Pharmaceutical Services Network (NCPSN). Supported by the Golden LEAF Foundation, PCDC, The Pitt County Committee of 100, ECU, PCC, NC Biotech Center, the local pharma industry, and other partners, NCPSN provides a continuum of pharmaceutical education and training that is unprecedented on the East Coast....

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North Carolina has built one of the country’s strongest business climates over the past two decades, fueled by low business costs, incentives and a young, educated workforce, many of whom have been trained at the strong universities in the state and Research Triangle Park. Migration rates into the state are among the highest in the U.S. annually....

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Studded with flocks of geese and turkeys, roaming deer and tall pine groves, the short drive along Sugg Parkway in Pitt County’s Indigreen Corporate Park could be mistaken for a state park excursion — except that it houses modern industrial buildings....

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PITT COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) - In Eastern North Carolina, we have a number of legendary barbecue joints and a growing list of craft breweries. Now one county hopes to make our area a culinary destination by helping your taste buds travel along the new Pitt County Brew and 'Cue Trail....

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The County Home Complex was selected and honored as the American Planning Association's, Great Public Space of 2017....

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A celebration of national recognition gave people an opportunity to think about the future of recreation in Pitt County. More than 100 people ignored a drizzling rain on Saturday morning to attend the celebration of the American Planning Association designating the County Home Complex one of five Great Public Spaces as part of its 2017 Great Places in America program. ...

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July 11, 2017, Greenville, N.C: Mayne Pharma and its contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organization, Metrics Contract Services, have designated their new stability storage facility a “Center of Excellence.” The $3.5-million standalone facility located in Greenville, N.C., earned the classification by integrating best-in-class operational standards and equipment during construction, said John Ross, president of Mayne Pharma USA. ...

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