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Sunday, September 25, 2016
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Nonprofit provides home for local family

September 24, 2016

A nonprofit Christian housing organization recently dedicated a home to a local family.

Single mother Niqua White and her three children —— Delontae Richardson, Kaliyah Richardson and Xavier Jenkins —— moved in Friday to a new three-bedroom home equipped with a…


Tarboro woman struggles with coverage gap

September 23, 2016

Trapped in a health insurance coverage gap, a Tarboro woman decides between groceries and live-saving medicines every month.

Dr. Nancy Coltrain has two PhDs, one in theology and the other in counseling. She worked in the medical field caring for other people as a licensed nurse for decades and ran…


Southern Nash agriculture program gains new funding

September 23, 2016

NASHVILLE — Southern Nash High School will soon have expanded facilities for its agricultural science program, largely as the result of donations from two area businesses.

Greg Bunn, president of Nash County Farm Bureau, presented a check for $40,000 to Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools on…


Students compete in auto challenge

September 23, 2016

Students taking automotive classes at Nash Central High School need the help of the community as they strive to become the “Best in Class.”

Nash Central High School was one of 14 schools selected from the Charlotte market area to compete in the second annual Quaker State Best in…