Artist paints mural on artisan center

John High Jr. recently painted a mural onto the Bel Air Artisan Center at 115 S. Church Street in downtown Rocky Mount.

  • Credit union awards School of Government scholarships

    The Local Government Federal Credit Union recently awarded UNC School of Government scholarships to local men.

  • City to begin loose leaf collection

    The Rocky Mount Public Works Department will begin it annual loose leaf collection program on Nov. 3.

  • YMCA to sponsor diabetes workshops

    November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, and the Harrison Family YMCA is encouraging residents of Nash and surrounding counties to learn their risks for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes and to take preventive steps to potentially reduce their chances of developing the disease.

  • Local athletes excel at N.C. Senior Games

    The Twin Counties was well represented at the 30th annual N.C. Senior Games recently held in Raleigh.

  • Chewning outlines health care affiliation

    Nash UNC Health Care President and CEO Larry Chewning recently explained to the Kiwanis Club of Rocky Mount the reasons that the Nash County Board of Commissioners agreed to join forces with UNC Health Care Systems.

Kelley Deal: Graduate credits NCC for success

“My academic career had far more downs than ups, but the faculty and staff at Nash never gave up on me.” Nathaniel Akers, May 2014 Nash Community College graduate recalls his time at NCC by saying he made poor decisions early in his academic career, but there was no shortage of faculty members at NCC to put him back on track.

Pattillo teachers help students form partnerships

For sixth-grade teachers at W.A. Pattillo Middle School, the key to growing scholars is found in working in partnership with one another.

  • Faith Christian launches leadership academy

    In a continuing endeavor to provide students with rigorous and challenging experiences to become the strong leaders of tomorrow, Faith Christian School kicked off a new leadership program for the 2014-15 school year.

  • NCC employees published in national trade journals

    Articles written by two Nash Community College employees have been published in national trade publications.

  • ECC sponsors Career Fair for area students

    Eric Evans, assistant county manager of Edgecombe County, recently encouraged students in Edgecombe Community College’s Division of College and Career Readiness to “seize every door of opportunity and walk through boldly.”

  • Grandparents join students for lunch at local schools

    Grandparents of students at Phillips Middle and Princeville Elementary schools were invited to join their grandchildren for lunch in honor of National Grandparents Day.

  • NCC names student ambassadors

    Nash Community College has named four Student Ambassadors to represent the college throughout the 2014-2015 academic year.