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Church holding collard sale SPRING HOPE - Peachtree Baptist Church, 3523 N.C. 581 North, continues its annual collard sale … more
A 12-year-old cancer patient’s interest in law enforcement is tugging at officers’ heartstrings at the Spring Hope Police Department. Police Chief Anthony Puckett mailed SHPD uniform shoulder … more
A glorious day met the Peachtree Baptist Church congregation Sunday as members gathered to worship. The sanctuary flower arrangement was presented to glorify God by Joan and Ray Eason in loving … more
The pottery demonstration and sale at Dan Finch Pottery outside Bailey continues an annual tradition at its open house, planned from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. More than 50 potters will display … more
Nash County public health officials are seeking diners who got sick after eating at a Mexican restaurant in Rocky Mount. Local and state health inspectors are investigating after receiving … more
Nash Community College’s Gamma Beta Phi chapter inducted new members Oct. 30 in a ceremony held in Brown Auditorium. Gamma Beta Phi is a national honor society emphasizing service, scholarship … more
The Nash County Health Department, in collaboration with Nash Community College, has been awarded the Dr. Ann Wolfe Mini-Grant. This mini-grant is for $8,000 and the funding source is through North … more
SPRING HOPE — Peachtree Baptist Church, 3523 N.C. 581 North, continues its annual collard sale from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7; Friday, Nov. 9; Monday, Nov. 12; Wednesday, Nov. 14; and Friday, Nov. … more
Rocky Mount resident Jaylesya Corbett’s story of hard work and perseverance received national attention and a guest … more
Groundbreaking for the new Nash County Miracle Park at Coopers is scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14. The ceremony will take place on the 46-acre site located at 3471 Joyner Road in the … more
The Nash Community College Foundation awarded more than $240,000 in scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year at the scholarship awards program held last Thursday . The 43rd annual event brought … more
Residents of the Stanhope fire district may see a decrease in homeowners’ insurance rates now that the Stanhope Community Volunteer Fire Department’s lower fire district rating has taken … more
After much discussion Monday evening, the Spring Hope Board of Commissioners decided to delay reappointing five of the six … more
More than 2 million voters across North Carolina cast ballots during the 2018 general election early voting period, nearing overall voting totals for the last round of … more
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