For the past seven years, Bernie Taylor has been running Edgecombe Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training program out of one classroom on the Tarboro campus.
The mission of Keep America Beautiful is “to inspire and educate people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community.”
Much has been written about inflation this year — and no doubt, you have also read an article or two about inflation’s silver lining, the potential for better returns on certain fixed-income investments given the chance of higher interest rates in the near future.
The Tarboro Community Development Corp.’s gifting program, “Snow Fall,” culminated with joy and happiness when children of over 30 families received gifts that were purchased by sponsors within the community on Dec. 23, 2021, at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church.
N.C. Wesleyan College sophomore Zachary Scott was one of 10 students who attend private colleges in North Carolina to recently be awarded a $2,000 Criminal Justice Scholarship from the N.C. Sheriffs’ Association and N.C. Independent Colleges and Universities
The history of the civil rights movement in the town of Enfield is being recognized by the State of North Carolina.
As you know, 2021 was full of challenges.
Nash Central High School’s Renny Taylor and his AP and Honors U.S. history classes and his AP seminar and research classes visited Petersburg, Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown and Monticello in Charlottesville, Va., thanks to a grant from the American Battlefield Trust’s Field Trip Fund.
Aspiring law enforcement officers who are interested in jobs that require a four-year degree should first look to Edgecombe Community College.
For small and mid-sized businesses, as well as many organizations and nonprofit organizations, now is the time to develop your strategic marketing plan for the upcoming year.
The Sisters With A Vision Women’s Ministry fulfilled Christmas wishes for two children in Edgecombe County Department of Social Services foster care and two students from the Edgecombe County unit of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Tar River Region.
The ringing of the bells at the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive is a long-standing tradition in Tarboro — although no one can put an exact timeline on when it got started.
You’ve heard the saying “it’s better to give than to receive” or that “you can’t have your cake and eat it too.”
Tarboro’s holiday season activities get underway Thursday.