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June 18, 2018

Two local women business owners have come together to run separate businesses under one roof.

A grand opening celebration was held recently for the opening of Inner Vixen Boutique and Polished by Koya at 1633 Thomas A. Betts Parkway in the Hampton Village Center. 

Sherica Roberts, 38, from Red…


June 18, 2018

For a long time open only one day a week for five hours, the Farmers Market will now be available on another day for patrons.

It will be open from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.on Tuesdays starting this week, adding to its Saturday opening from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The market had tried something similar in the past,…


June 17, 2018

To win Saturday's Real Men Kook for Kids Sausage Kook Off, Team Wescott brought its best: A steaming pot of jambalaya with green peppers and bacon topped off with grilled pineapple slices for dessert.

Team Leader David Campbell said they came in third place last year and were determined to take the…


June 17, 2018

The area’s longtime daily newspaper that began publication in October 1910 will be calling the Rocky Mount Mills its new home this year.

The Rocky Mount Telegram will relocate its editorial and business staff to the 150-acre mixed-use campus on the Tar River. The Telegram is expected to move…


June 17, 2018

Claims that a local judge might be in violation of the state judicial code are pure speculation at best or ugly partisan politics at worst, according to members of the local legal community.

District Court Judge Pell Cooper, on the bench in Nash County since 1999, has been listed as manager of a…

June 17, 2018

A group of determined parents gathered Saturday to talk about how to save the jobs of two popular principals at Rocky Mount Prep.

LaToya Alston, mother of a rising senior at the school, said she found out on graduation day that High School Principal Maurice Moore and Middle School Principal Adonis…

June 17, 2018

The Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with Braswell Memorial Library is hosting Popsicles and Stories in the Park.

The free event is set for 10 a.m. on every other Tuesday at various parks around the city.

“We really wanted to engage and encourage youth to…

June 17, 2018

The Nash County Soil and Water Conservation District’s 2018 annual Catfish Luncheon was a huge success.

Chairman Bobby Joe Fisher opened the event, thanking the group of more than 300 attendees for supporting the efforts of Soil and Water Conservation in Nash County.

Robbie Davis,…


June 17, 2018

The Rocky Mount Police Department is investigating the theft last week of more than $4,000 in panties and other items from Victoria's Secret.

An unknown suspect shoplifted $4039.85 in merchandise from the store between 6:30 and 7:20 p.m. Tuesday.

Among the items taken were 20 panties, a…


June 16, 2018

Braswell Memorial Library welcomed summer with its annual Summer Reading Kickoff Party on Friday complete with games, dancing and food.

The annual event is meant to make a big splash and motivate area students to keep reading throughout the summer.

Jennifer Stearns, manager of youth services at…

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