NASHVILLE — Standing among a cluttered mess of booths and chairs in the middle of her recently flooded restaurant, Monica Yañez couldn’t help but get emotional.
Monday, June 29, 2020
The Small Business Center of Edgecombe Community College is ready to help local small businesses reboot, recover and rebuild.
Saturday, June 27, 2020
Nottingham, a leading fund services administrator and white label issuer to the mutual fund and exchange-traded fund industry, was recently named as one of the 2020 Best Employers in North Carolina by Business North Carolina and Best Companies Group.
While rain continues to slow progress of the 65,000-square-foot spec building under construction at the Tarboro Commerce Center, work is progressing as the superstructure is now up and workers preparing to erect the siding and roof.
Monday, June 15, 2020
Many small businesses in Nash County are struggling with questions about the survival and health of their businesses during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday, June 08, 2020
The Small Business Center at Nash Community College will host two webinars for entrepreneurs and small business owners this month.
Live Oak Private Wealth has acquired Rocky Mount-based Jolley Asset Management, bringing together approximately $440 million in assets under management as of March 31.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Nash Community College a $10,000 grant to support adult literacy in the College and Career Readiness program.
McLane Company Inc., a leading supply chain services company, will host cash and carry sales to provide frozen food items directly to consumers at eight McLane Foodservice distribution centers across the country.
The Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce and fellow Chambers in the eastern part of North Carolina realize helping businesses hardly ends at a city limit, a town limit or a county line — particularly amid trying times such as the economic impact of the coronavirus.
Cook Out aficionados will still have to wait a bit, but the elimination of late night trips to Rocky Mount for a thicker-than-thick real ice cream shake is on the horizon.
The gradual reopening of businesses, especially in the retail sector, is welcome news to people who have felt locked down — wondering why some businesses must close to prevent the spread of COVID-19 while others, sometimes located next door or 20 times larger — are allowed to operate.
Local residents can purchase lunches and items for people in their golden years and essential and front-line workers yet at the same time keep dollars in the heart of Rocky Mount.
Has the coronavirus put on hold the transformation of the former Hardee’s corporate headquarters complex into the future state Division of Motor Vehicles headquarters?
The Rocky Mount Belk, which closed in March amid the increasing spread of the coronavirus, is set to reopen at noon on Monday along with other Belk North Carolina stores in the Charlotte-based department store chain.
About eight months ago, state officials announced a Texas-based temperature-controlled food products motor carrier was going to open a new service center in a building along the North Church Street Corridor and in turn create 96 jobs.
A startup nationwide pharmaceutical business has selected a shell building in the West Nashville Commerce Park as a base of operations — and crews are at work readying the location.
The Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Sandy Roberson are again working together to help small businesses find out the details of economic assistance amid the coronavirus pandemic.