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July 15, 2019

TARBORO — “It’s like a new restaurant every Wednesday.”

That’s what Sylvia Lynch Mann posted on Facebook on May 13 when the Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office announced plans to bring a different food truck to the agency’s office, located at 3005 Anaconda…


July 15, 2019

A consultant recently brought in by the Central City Revitalization Panel chairman to outline a Tennessee developer’s proposed multi-million dollar project for downtown Rocky Mount prompted questions and discussions.

Panel member Roslyn Haynes had what she believed was a key question.



July 15, 2019

The Nash County Board of Elections on Wednesday is hosting two state-mandated voter photo identification educational seminars.

State Board of Elections officials will be on hand to present information about voter photo identification requirements at the Nash County Board of Elections Office, said…

July 15, 2019

N.C. Wesleyan College’s Pearsall Library recently was awarded a Library Services and Technology Act grant for multimedia production from the State Library of North Carolina.

The purpose of the grant is to enhance the library’s Media Production Lab. The funds will allow the college to…

July 15, 2019

Students at Edgecombe Community College can pursue more than 60 programs that lead to the acquisition of a certificate or a degree and registration for the fall semester is taking place now.

Fall semester classes begin on Aug. 22 and the college is accepting registration for classes until Aug. 21,…

July 15, 2019

The day Janeeka Harris saved a woman from suffering from serious effects of a stroke started out like any other day.

Harris, 25, works in the radiology department on the ground floor of Nash UNC Health Care’s Nash General Hospital, where outpatients come for X-rays and ultrasounds.



July 14, 2019

A ministry and food pantry presently operating in a former supermarket in Spring Hope could be relocating to a permanent home if a person, business or corporation can be found to donate land.

April Baker, executive director of A Touch of the Father’s Love, told the Telegram a businessman has…


July 14, 2019

RICH SQUARE — Daniel Moses stood 6-feet 3-inches tall and weighed 200 pounds. He was not the type of guy to disappear in a crowd.

But he did vanish.

The same day — June 16, 2011 — his family homestead burned down to the ground in a fire of unknown origin, Moses was gone like a…


July 14, 2019

As details about the situation with LifeCare hospital emerge, it is looking less likely that Nash UNC Health Care will be purchasing that facility, executives at Nash UNC Health Care said at a board meeting last week.

LifeCare, the only long-term acute care hospital in the Twin Counties, is part of…

July 14, 2019

American Heritage Girls and Trail Life USA, two faith-based alternative scout programs for girls and boys respectively, held their first planning meeting for the coming year.

Founded on Biblical values and reflecting a Christian worldview, American Heritage Girls (AHG) and Trail Life USA (TLUSA)…

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