Children recognized at book-signing event

The Rev. Richard Joyner recently surprised worshippers at the Conetoe Family Life Center by hosting an impromptu book signing that celebrated recent coverage of the Conetoe Family Life Center Farm in the magazine, “Our State.”

  • Deadline looms for farmers to submit conservation certification

    Farmers must file a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form AD-1026 with their local U.S. Department of Agriculture Service Center by Monday.

  • Children's Museum opens new exhibit

    While dinosaurs are long extinct, a new exhibit in the Children’s Museum in downtown Rocky Mount enables kids and kids-at-heart to ‘Be the Dinosaur’ through interactive exhibits.

  • Patillo alumni recognize local students

    The W.A. Pattillo High School National Alumni Association presented their Incentive Awards at the May Edgecombe County Board of Education meeting.

  • ECC honor society receives international recognition

    For the sixth time in less than 10 years, Edgecombe Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society has received international acclaim.

  • LifeCare Hospital recognized for respiratory program

    LifeCare Hospitals of North Carolina has earned Quality Respiratory Care Recognition under a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of the respiratory care services available in hospitals.

Kelley Deal: NCC milestones aim to benefit community

The Positive Image Action Group comprised of citizen volunteers from Edgecombe and Nash counties has been hard at work on a campaign, “Here’s to Success,” to promote a positive image of the area by celebrating its diverse present-day achievements and aspirations for the future.

Patillo alumni recognize local students

The W.A. Pattillo High School National Alumni Association presented their Incentive Awards at the May Edgecombe County Board of Education meeting.

  • ECC honor society receives international recognition

    For the sixth time in less than 10 years, Edgecombe Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society has received international acclaim.

  • Local student awarded research fellowship

    Chelsea Crocker of Rocky Mount has been awarded the King Mackerel Tournament Fellowship for her undergraduate research at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.

  • NCC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

    Twenty-three spring 2015 and 27 fall 2014 inductees recently were welcomed into the Beta Upsilon Delta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa in the Brown Auditorium at Nash Community College.“I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true.

  • NCC, schools team up to make program more user-friendly

    The Nash Community College admissions office and the Nash Rocky Mount Public Schools administration have worked together to develop a more user-friendly enrollment process for Career and College Promise students at Nash Community College.

  • Boy Scouts to honor ECC president

    Edgecombe Community College President Dr.