September 23, 2017

Small businesses looking to grow in the marketplace face several obstacles, especially those ran by people of color.

According to a recent report by the N.C. Justice Center’s Budget & Tax Center, businesses owned by minorities or people deemed to be historically disadvantaged have faced…

Nash Democrats select new party chairman

September 23, 2017

Local Democrats have a new leader with a goal of concentrating on bread-and-butter issues.

Nashville resident Dwight Jordan said he plans to keep local folks abreast of the issues that impact their pocketbooks.

“These are challenging times for working families, teachers, students…

NCC receives award for optical center

September 23, 2017

Nash Community College ​has been awarded the Platinum Partnership Award by Correction Enterprises for providing complimentary space and outstanding cooperation for an on-campus optical center.

Correction Enterprises has operated an optical production facility manned by inmates at Nash Correctional…

Musicians tune up for band showcase

September 22, 2017

Nash County’s high school marching bands will join together Saturday for the first time ever to put their talents on display during a special fundraising event.

The bands — from Northern Nash High, Rocky Mount High, Nash Central High and Southern Nash High — will present a Band…