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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
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More than 70 Williford Elementary School third-graders went to court Wednesday, accompanied by the court's chief deputy marshal. However, this trip to court was not an exercise in justice - it was a chance for 74 students to learn more about the N.C. Supreme Court.

Backyard warriors train to compete

The creator of the Ultimate Backyard Warrior gym in Rocky Mount and four other people who regularly work out and train there will soon be competitors on a popular sports entertainment competition series. Mike Cook, 46, owner and founder of the Ultimate Backyard Warrior, along with Sam Mason, 37, Ginny MacColl, 66, Andy Johnson, 39, and Johnny Dutch, 29, have all been chosen to compete on "American Ninja Warrior Season 10." The contestants will be involved in the taping of the qualifying competition taking place April 13-14 in Miami, Fla.

Rocky Mount looks to defy dwindling census numbers

Fifty-three counties statewide added population between 2010 and 2017, led by Wake County, with more than 171,000 new residents, or 19 percent growth. Meanwhile, the other 47 counties showed no growth at all or lost residents since 2010.

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Top police officer, firefighter honored

The local city police officer and firefighter of the year, as voted on by their peers, were announced Thursday at a Rocky Mount Lions Club luncheon. Senior Police Officer Tim Braddy and Battalion Chief Tim Turner, who have both been on the job for nearly 30 years, received a letter of appreciation and check from the Lions, recognizing their hard work and dedication.

Edward Wilkie Memorial Jam open to all at F.A.R.M. Caf '

This story has been edited to correct the date of the event. The jam will take place at 4 p.m. on Friday, March 23. When musician Nate Harris arrived in Boone to attend Appalachian State University in 2002, he soon met local store owner, downtown neighbor, fellow musician and King Street celebrity Edward Wilkie.

Golden LEAF: No commitment to ferry project

A potential key funding source for a proposed high-speed ferry system on the Albemarle Sound not only hasn't endorsed the project, it's also advising counties that commit to the project that they'll be ineligible to receive its grant funding for other projects next year. Dan Gerlach, president of the Rocky Mount-based Golden LEAF Foundation, said he's familiar with the Harbor Town project University of North Carolina professor Nick Didow is advocating as a way to boost economic development in rural communities along the Albemarle Sound.

Music series to return to Mills

The Rocky Mount Mills will again host a lineup of free family-friendly outdoor musical shows beginning next month as part of its way of celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Mills this year. The 2018 Mill Music Sessions concert series will once more be a partnership with WUNC-FM and Schoolkids Records, which both helped book the upcoming concert schedule.

Jobless rate rises across area

The latest unemployment figures from the N.C. Department of Commerce report that the Twin Counties were among 93 out of the 100 counties in North Carolina that experienced an increase in the jobless rate in January. Also, 14 out of the 15 Metropolitan Statistical Areas also saw a rise in unemployment rates in January, which included the Rocky Mount metro area's 6.9 percent that again was the highest among all the metro areas.

Deputies mourn one of their own

A 24-year-old deputy from the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Office was killed during a two-car crash Sunday, while the person in another vehicle that he was chasing escaped from law enforcement after fleeing the scene near the fatal collision, according to authorities. Edgecombe County Sheriff Clee Atkinson said Deputy David Lee'Sean Manning was killed in the line of duty.

Railroad work prompts road closures

Carolina Coastal Railroad has notified the N.C. Department of Transportation of plans to temporarily shut down two rail crossings in Nash County for maintenance, said Andrew Barksdale, public relations officer for Division 4 of the N.C. Department of Transportation. The first closure will be at the South Old Carriage Road crossing about two-tenths of a mile north of Nash Central High School.

Annual - Dine Out' to aid area students

About 60 local restaurants in the Bailey, Nashville and Rocky Mount areas are participating in the annual Dine Out for Communities In Schools, donating 10 percent of Thursday's receipts to help the organization that works to prevent students from dropping out of school and help them succeed academically. "We are excited to have all of the participating restaurants commit to support CIS," said Dorothy Hinton, executive director of Communities In Schools of the Rocky Mount Region.

Bottle shop adopts fresh identity

As Rocky Mount residents and business owners at the Rocky Mount Mills, Kristi Ellis and her husband, Travis, believed they needed to do something different with their local craft beer and wine bottle shop to make a better connection to the community. The first order of business for the Ellises was to change the name of their bottle shop from Ramblers Beer and Wine to Goat Island Bottle Shop, which became effective March 1, Kristi Ellis said.

ECC celebrates Black History Month

On Feb. 27, local community activist JKelly Walker provided the keynote address to an audience on the Rocky Mount campus. Both speakers spoke from their personal perspectives on the national theme for Black History Month, "African-Americans in Times of War."

Auditor says Spring Hope finances healthy, but veterans end waste company

May, of May & Place PA, presented his report at the regular meeting. May said, "Everything looks good in relation to the town's finances and the town's financial stability is in excellent shape."

Two sought in home invasion

The incident occurred about 10 a.m. Wednesday on the 2500 block of Marshall Lane. Two suspects, one of whom was armed with a small caliber handgun, reportedly entered the residence without force and demanded that a male occupant hand over his wallet, Two other occupants of the home were in bedrooms of the home at the time and did not encounter the suspects.

Prescribed fire to bring smoky skies

The N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation is conducting a planned burn on 240 acres of land inside Summit Loop Trail to the summit of Medoc Mountain in the state park in Halifax County. The park is 30 miles from Rocky Mount, but smoke from the burn will be visible in much of Nash County, according to state park officials.

Legal Notices for the Week of 3-7-2108

ASH COUNTY NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Notice is hereby given that Nash County is conducting a qualification based selection process to retain a proponent for professional services for the design, construction, and installation of the MIRACLE PARK AT COOPERS - MULTIFUNCTION ALL-INCLUSIVE PLAYGROUND. Project Description: Nash County is constructing a playground at the Miracle Park thanks to a grant from Trillium Heath Resources for a multi-function inclusive playground.

Tri-County All-Star Basketball Game to feature 40 players

The inaugural Tri-County High School Basketball All-Star game will be played May 12 at Rocky Mount High School and will consist of 40 area seniors from high schools in Nash, Edgecombe and Wilson Counties. The rosters will consist of 20 boys and 20 girls.

Art contest puts talent on display

Members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tar River Region were able to showcase their artistry and creativity by highlighting historic African-American figures as part of a contest sponsored by a national full-service wireless carrier. U.S. Cellular announced the top three winners of its third annual "Black History Month Art Competition" with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tar River Region on Monday.

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