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Merged with the town of Battleboro in 1996 Rocky Mount has existed since the early nineteenth century. The first post office was built in 1816. Rocky Mount was named a city in 1907. Named after a mound near the falls of the Tar River one of the first cotton mills in the state was built along that river as well. Nash General hospital, which opened in 1971, was the first all private room hospital in the state of North Carolina

Population: 57010
Local Newspapers: The Rocky Mount Telegram
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Shaw University North Carolina Wesleyan College

Zip Codes associated with rocky mount, north carolina: 27801 27803 27804
Towns/Cities near rocky mount, north carolina : Battleboro Dortches Red Oak Bashville Sharpsburg Tarboro Elm City

Rocky Mount News
Dinner to support grieving moms

Rhonda Johnson understands what many local mothers go through when they've received that painful call from law enforcement about the tragic loss of their child. Now, she and friend Sheila Hilliard are organizing an upcoming event in Rocky Mount to honor mothers that have lost children to violence called the "Angel Moms Dinner" at 3:30 p.m. May 12 at the Booker T. Washington Community Center.

City electric service, staff receive awards

The city picked up three awards for Excellence in Communications during the recent 11th annual N.C. City & County Communicators' Excellence in Communications Awards. The city also received the 2017 N.C. Public Power Award of Excellence from Roy Jones, chief executive officer of ElectriCities of North Carolina, during Monday's regular scheduled council meeting.

Joint effort to target violent crime

Repeat violent offenders and large drug traffickers across Eastern North Carolina were put on notice Monday during a joint press conference by law enforcement agencies in the Twin Counties, surrounding area and federal law enforcement at the Helen P. Gay Rocky Mount Historic Train Station. U.S. Attorney Robert J. Higdon Jr. announced a new initiative through the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina called "Take Back North Carolina" to combat violent and drug crime in the Eastern District of North Carolina.

New record store opens in Tarboro

A ribbon-cutting celebration was held by the Tarboro-Edgecombe Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening of Country Feedback at 420 Main St. in downtown Tarboro. The new record store is hoping to follow the success of Station Square Records, which opened in summer 2017 in Station Square in downtown Rocky Mount.


Stephen Stansbury, an independent home improvement contractor by day, was more than aware of the food delivery options in Rocky Mount. More aptly, he was well aware of the pizza options - Pizza Hut, Dominos, Papa John's.

Early voting draws low turnout

With only a couple of contested races on the ballot, early voting for the May primary has been slow, according to local elections officials. "One-Stop started and it was very slow," Edgecombe County Elections Director Jerry Spruell said.

Baptist convention to hold session in city

Eastern North Carolina will be the destination for the Mid Year Session of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Inc. The convention will convene on May 15-16 at Ebenezer Baptist Church at 702 West Raleigh Blvd. in Rocky Mount. "We're excited that the Convention is headed 'Down East,' and we're especially grateful that Ebenezer has an opportunity to serve as the host church," said the Rev.

New specialty store caters to canines

Aldridge, a 39-year-old Tarboro native, is known for offering dog therapy in the area. Since April 7, Aldridge and her husband Shayne have run a business centered around dogs as owners of Muttley Crew, which is located in Suite 161 of Station Square at 301 S. Church St. in Rocky Mount.

Neighborhood cleanups to continue

A Rocky Mount native is urging city residents to help him try to make communities around town more aesthetically pleasing. Jabaris "JKelly" Walker, 27, started a forum last year called "Project Diamond in the Rough," that featured him hosting an anti-violence event last summer at Ebenezer Baptist Church in an effort to seek out the help of the community in reducing violent crime.

Truck by the Tracks raises library funds

The wind and spirits were up Thursday evening as the Friends of the Braswell Memorial Library held its biennial fundraiser at Koi Pond Brewing Co. at the Rocky Mount Mills.

Kids plant community garden

Actually, the garden was already there. It just needed a face lift. Plants held by glove-covered hands made their way to the ground yesterday afternoon, all in the name of healthy living and community involvement.

Horner's candidacy challenged

N.C. Sen. Rick Horner, a Republican representing the 11th District, which includes Nash and Johnston counties, is running unopposed in the May primary. So far his biggest challenge is proving he lives in Nash County where he served on the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education in past years.

Suspects crash car after leading deputies on chase

Nash County deputies nabbed two suspects Tuesday after a chase that ended on the lawn of a rehabilitation center in Rocky Mount. Just before noon on Tuesday, deputies assigned to the Tar River Regional Drug Task Force were patrolling the Nashville Road area in Rocky Mount when they observed two suspects driving aimlessly, stopping at various dirt paths and driveways, Chief Deputy Brandon Medina of the Nash County Sheriff's Office said in a press release.

Ex-offenders offered help for success

A first-time event was held Monday to help provide resources and employment opportunities to people who are transitioning back into the community from jail or prison in Edgecombe, Nash and Wilson counties. The NEW Reentry Council is a coalition of community stakeholders who offer programs to empower individuals with criminal histories to become law-abiding and productive citizens.


Two Twin Counties teachers have been selected to develop lesson plans about the Rocky Mount Mills community, and they are asking local residents to share their memories and pictures for their undertaking. Renny Taylor, who teaches history at Nash Central High School, and Elijah Kane, who teaches state history at W.A. Patillo Middle School, are working together on a project called "History Unfiltered: Exploring the Southern Textile Industry in Rocky Mount, N.C." The project is part of the Community Histories Workshop by the Carolina K-12 initiative, a program of UNC-Chapel Hill's Carolina Public Humanities that works to extend the resources of UNC's K-12 educators.

New pastor begins at First Baptist Church

First Baptist Church of Rocky Mount is pleased to announce the calling of the Rev. Luke Lunceford as senior pastor.

Police seek suspects in copper theft

Local authorities are investigating the theft of copper wiring from an air conditioning unit at a Rocky Mount apartment duplex. The theft occurred sometime between April 5 and April 9 on the 100 block of Country Club Road at a property managed by Market Leader Realty.

Dogs, people frolic in the park

Even with all the dog-centric commotion happening around him at the eighth annual Paws in the Park event Saturday at Best Friend's Park, the 9-year-young Olde English Bulldogge looked content as could be sitting with his owner, RT Overby, watching a nice day go by. "He's a house dog - just loves the indoors.

Legal Notices for the Week of 4-12-2018

NASH COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. A 131E-13 , the Nash County Board of Commissioners the governing body of Nash County, is providing notice that the Board will conduct a public hearing regarding the Board's Resolution of Intent to sell or otherwise convey its home health agency, the Nash County Home Health Agency, in a manner that ensures the continued provision of quality health care to the communities it serves, which resolution is to be considered and approved at the Board's regular meeting on April 2, 2018.

NCC Foundation launches fundraising campaign

Funds raised during the campaign will support deserving students seeking help with their educational expenses and will also assist with instructional needs of the college. a Each year, many local individuals and organizations choose to support Nash Community College by contributing to the Nash Community College Foundation Annual Campaign.

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