Tarboro native continues service in Navy Reserve

For most, a full-time, professional career is enough fulfillment and responsibility for a single lifetime.

  • Red Cross accepting gifts for Heroes Banquet

    The Frederick E. Turnage Chapter American Red Cross is accepting donations from people and businesses for the 2015 Heroes Banquet to be held at 5:30 p.m.

  • Nash dispatchers earn certifications

    Four employees in the 911 Division of Nash County Emergency Services recently were recognized for their accomplishments.

  • Senior center begins annual food drive

    The Nash County Senior Center has launched its second annual Easter Food Box Drive to collect and distribute non-perishable food items for low-income senior citizens in Nash County.

  • NCC student honored for excellence

    Lilia Martinez of Louisburg, a full-time student pursuing an associate’s degree in Web Technologies, has been selected as Nash Community College’s 2014-15 Academic Excellence Award recipient.

  • Fundraising dance to help the homeless

    The recent inclement weather will not delay the fundraising “Shaggin’ for Shelter” dance tonight at the Imperial Centre.

Mary Tom Bass: ECC to begin law enforcement training

A new Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy will begin at Edgecombe Community College this summer.

NCC student honored for excellence

Lilia Martinez of Louisburg, a full-time student pursuing an associate’s degree in Web Technologies, has been selected as Nash Community College’s 2014-15 Academic Excellence Award recipient.

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