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NASHVILLE — The Nash County Health Department is reporting the first COVID-19-associated death in Nash County. The male patient, in his late 70s with underlying conditions, died Tuesday from … more
LOUISBURG — A public safety curfew has been declared in neighboring Franklin County. The curfew will be imposed daily from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. through at least April 30. The curfew began … more
NASHVILLE ­­— The Nash County Sheriff’s Office continues to process paperwork for the purchase and concealment of firearms during the statewide stay-at-home order to slow the spread of … more
NASHVILLE — Authorities say a missing Wilson man last seen in southern Nash County 16 years ago wasn’t involved in the local drug scene. Travis Lamont Lynch, 21, vanished on Christmas Eve … more
Duke Energy, which provides power in southern Nash County, is sharing information on how customers can stay connected even when apart during the statewide stay-at-home order meant to slow the spread … more
NASHVILLE — Nash County Board of Commissioners Chairman Robbie Davis has come out swinging against an architect firm that recently questioned plans for the aging county jail. Pennsylvania-based … more
One positive outcome of the coronavirus and the statewide stay-at-home order designed to fight the spread of the disease is a decrease in reported crimes in southern Nash County and its … more
RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services offers online resources for farmers, agribusiness operators and others who work in the agricultural industry to assist with … more
NASHVILLE — Coronavirus cases are continuing to rise locally, Nash County commissioners were told Monday, but county officials said they’re pleased at how employees and the public have responded … more
SPRING HOPE — Town residents were instructed to boil tap water before use after a main line break Saturday. Town of Spring Hope officials issued an alert that water should be boiled before human … more
James Melvin Smith is an absconder from state probation supervision with a conviction of hit and run causing serious injury. Smith, 54, was convicted in Nash County on Feb. 3, 2017. He has a … more
SPRING HOPE — The Spring Hope Board of Commissioners has approved social distancing rules for stores in town to slow the spread of COVID-19. “Establishments selling groceries and items usually … more
NASHVILLE — With new cases of COVID-19 announced nearly every day in the last week, the number of infected people in Nash County has risen into double digits. Nash County Health Director Bill … more
NASHVILLE — Nash County commissioners on Monday selected the same architectural firm that recommended the renovations and expansion of the Nash County Detention Center to actually design and … more
Southern Nash High School’s cafeteria workers miss seeing students — even though they’re still feeding many of them every day. Gov. Roy Cooper, a Nash County native, closed schools for two … more
The audio portion of the Weathercast continues to have technical problems, but hopefully by what should be a sunny, pleasant Saturday, the technical glitches will resolve. A stalled front is … more
The audio portion of the Weathercast is on the blink, but otherwise it is difficult to have any complaint about the forecast, at least through Tuesday. Sunshine is expected to be abundant … more
SPRING HOPE — Public schools in Nash and Franklin counties are set to receive more than $900,000 in supplemental funding for assistance with COVID-19-related issues, state Rep. Lisa Stone … more
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