Teams of people on Wednesday were preparing a former downtown tobacco warehouse to be the scene of an upcoming colossal annual furniture sale.
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Bruce Arnold is quite an example of having had job stability in life.
Saturday, January 18, 2020
A longtime Rocky Mount business has for slightly more than the past six months been prospering in relocated larger space in a popular retail area on the northwest side of the city.
Friday, January 17, 2020
Rocky Mount and Twin Counties residents eager to purchase helpings of chicken at the new Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen will get the chance starting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Sara Lee Frozen Bakery is going to begin a $19.8 million expansion of the company’s plant just off U.S. 258 southwest of Tarboro that is going to create 108 new jobs.
Monday, January 13, 2020
Rocky Mount Toyota recently celebrated with staff and the community for selling 805 cars in 2019.
Ricky Parks said he is in a state of disbelief and shock since Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO David Farris recently informed him he is the local business booster organization’s distinguished citizen of the year.
A Pinetops native who once played professional basketball internationally has a place downtown where people can, after a long day late in the week, unwind or watch their favorite sporting events on one of some 20 screens or televisions.
First Carolina Financial Services Inc., parent company of First Carolina Bank, recently announced the completion of a private placement of $32 million in aggregate principal amount of fixed-to-floating rate subordinated notes due December 2029.
Gov. Roy Cooper and scores of other VIPs and residents gathered on a sunny and humid day on April 24 on the lawn of N.C. Wesleyan College for a ceremony signaling the start of construction of the future CSX intermodal rail facility.
A number of business developments in Edgecombe County in 2019 continue to give credence to speculation the county’s economic and employment situation is headed in the right direction.
A Jamaican native has opened a new restaurant and bar in the heart of Rocky Mount so people can not only eat Jamaican cuisine but also unwind in an establishment designed in tribute to the Caribbean island nation.
First Carolina Bank has received regulatory approval to activate its trust powers as a state-chartered bank and has entered the wealth management business through the launch of First Carolina Wealth.
Launched on Giving Tuesday, U.S. Cellular’s The Future of Good program returned for its fifth consecutive year to champion and invest in young people who are bringing fairness to their communities.
Doug Sauls’ BBQ and Seafood may be reopening soon, but the owner now faces a misdemeanor public health violation charge for catering a wedding in Wilson after his restaurant was closed due to the presence of salmonella.