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April 17, 2019

The Nash Community College Bee Campus committee transplanted four honey bee hives to the Nash Community College Apiary.

Nash Community College is a pollinator-friendly campus and a Bee Campus USA affiliate.

As a certified affiliate, NCC has a Campus Pollinator Habitat Plan featuring locally native,…


April 16, 2019

Edgecombe-Martin County EMC recently completed a series of four career exploration events for high school students across their service territory.

In partnership with area schools, the camps were hosted from April 8-11. Drawing nearly 100 participants from multiple high schools, students were given…


April 15, 2019

Luxley Daniels likes being an emergency department nurse because there is a lot of adrenaline and the work is at a high pace.

"Well, for one, I don't like sitting down too much," Daniels said of why he particularly likes the speed of his job.

Additionally, Daniels said the job requires a lot of…


April 14, 2019

The Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe recently hosted its annual Tiny Miss/Little Miss/Junior Miss Princess Pageant.

Starting in 2011, this pageant is a fundraiser where candidates compete by raising money to support tribal causes over the course of a specified time frame. The contestant who raises the…


April 13, 2019

Nash Community College’s Gamma Beta Phi Chapter recently inducted its new members.

The Spring 2019 Gamma Beta Phi inductees are Ashleigh Lamm, Ada Pridgen, Tiffany Best, Ashleigh Glover, Raymond Russell, Jesse Hower, Amberleigh Dornseif, Sittie Hairen Wright, Cameron Baker, Shanell Battle,…


April 12, 2019

Basketball is never far from Moe Deloach, no matter where in the world the Rocky Mount native finds himself.

The 2005 Northern Nash grad and current professional basketball player — now playing point guard for a team in Romania. And with the season in its final month, Deloach has turned…


April 12, 2019

At the YMCA, sports and recreational activities are something special.

Friendly competition, lots of variety and a supportive environment means active living and recreation is fun again. It also makes for a healthier lifestyle and a good story or two.

The YMCA believes in incorporating the values…


April 11, 2019

Registration is under way for Camp College 2019, ECC’s summer camp program for kids.

About 20 summer camps are being planned for elementary, middle and high school students ages 6 to 18. Some camps are two-hour events, others are half-day camps and a number of camps last a full week.



April 10, 2019

The award-winning Tar River Children’s Chorus, directed by Patsy Johnson Gilliland, will present a great variety of music in their upcoming concert  at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church on Circle Drive.

“There is something on the program for everyone, young to old,…


April 09, 2019

Frances Eason, professor and director of student transitions at East Carolina University College of Nursing, will be the guest speaker for Nash Community College’s 2019 Nurses Pinning Ceremony.

The NCC Associate Degree Nursing graduate pinning ceremony is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. May 16,…

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