Monday, March 30, 2020

The old saying about being able to go with the flow and roll with the punches certainly can apply to Kimberly Clayton.

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Southern Bank recently announced the promotion of Heather B. Vann to assistant vice president and mortgage loan officer in the Rocky Mount area.

Even in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, quite a number of services could be seen operating late last week in the Twin Counties.

Saturday, March 28, 2020

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As the COVID-19 crisis intensifies and its economic impact widens, a free, live webinar to provide information from the Small Business Administration on resources available to affected businesses will be held online at 1 p.m. Friday.

CresCom Bank, the second largest community bank in North and South Carolina, has promoted Chris Robbins to regional executive for the eastern North Carolina market.

Nicole Bullard of the Hardee’s at 7047 N.C. 4 has won the Founders Award, which is the top award given out by the largest Hardee’s franchisee in the country, Boddie-Noell Enterprises.

State Employees’ Credit Union branches statewide have temporarily transitioned to drive-thru only for the majority of its services to reduce the possibilities of transmission of the coronavirus to members, their families and SECU employees.


Motorists in the Twin Counties are reaping the benefits of the failure of OPEC and Russia to come up with a plan to hold up falling crude prices.


Signs on the doors of the main building at the Rocky Mount Mills commercial and residential development on Wednesday told approaching people the large brick structure is closed to public access due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Restaurants and bars across the Twin Counties and the state have been closed to dine-in patrons under an executive order issued Tuesday by Gov. Roy Cooper.


McDonald’s has responded to the coronavirus by temporarily closing the dining areas at company restaurants and is encouraging franchisees to do the same.


TARBORO — After being in temporary quarters for the past year, Tarboro Savings Bank completed its move back to 501 N. Main St. in downtown Tarboro over the weekend and resumed its regular hours of operation.

HHHunt’s Spring Arbor Senior Living, provider of senior assisted living and memory care, announced the promotion of Dawana Walston to the role of executive director.

An Everlasting Memory Monument Company has been serving the Nashville, Rocky Mount and the surrounding area since 2006, when Michelle Viverette-Strickland established the company.