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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
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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
As one historically black Episcopal church closes, others face strong headwinds

On a chilly December morning, 100 years and one week after its sanctuary opened, All Saints' Episcopal Church, an African-American congregation with a proud history, was formally closed. Bishop Samuel Rodman presided over the Eucharistic service in an elementary school a block away from the church, where weekly services ended more than three years ago.

Officials probe suspicious fire

Rocky Mount police and the Rocky Mount Fire Department are investigating a suspicious blaze that occurred early Tuesday morning on Carrol Avenue. Firefighters were called to a residential fire about 3:23 a.m. Tuesday morning at 4401 Carrol Ave. They arrived to find an active fire in the front left side of the house that was vacant at the time.

Sheriff addresses Black High School Alumni Reunion

The Booker T. Washington Resource Center was the host of the 11th anniversary of the N.C. Association of Black High School Alumni Reunion. "Testing, testing: 1-2-3" was how Atkinson started his presentation.

Some schools remain closed, others delay opening

The threat of black ice this morning caused several schools and organizations to close or delay opening today and others to reschedule meetings. Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools also has announced that schools will be closed today for students and staff.

SpringBoard hires new chief officer

SpringBoard, an entrepreneurial resource hub designed to connect with small businesses, startups, service providers and community partners, was founded in 2012 by Phil Dixon, CEO of ZynBit, a software company in Rocky Mount, and Jeff Tobias, senior vice president and senior commercial loan officer at Providence Bank. Easterlin said a major part of her duties will include planning SpringBoard's schedule of workshops and events for 2019, which include the 12-week Joe Startup workshops that now operate at Station Square.

Snowstorm prompts school closures

Winter weather has hit the Twin Counties hard, bringing as much as 8 inches of snow to some areas and causing power outages to more than 1,000 customers in Rocky Mount. Most schools in the area have announced Monday closures in the wake of the storm and continuing expected impacts through Monday.

Southern Bank expands market share

A more than 100 year-old bank with 54 branches in the state continues to have a growing presence in the Twin Counties. According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s deposit market share report, Southern Bank and Trust Co.

Nash County deputy honored for service

Sgt. Scott Bass was recognized as Deputy of the Year earlier this week by the Nash County Board of Commissioners. Bass has convinced suicidal gunmen to surrender without violence and appeared on national television for helping a woman find a quicker way to work than walking, often in inclement weather.

Service interrupted at 911 centers

Service to 911 centers in Eastern North Carolina and throughout the Southeast was restored Thursday afternoon after possible interruptions in the Twin Counties and elsewhere, according to telecommunications companies that serve the centers. Rocky Mount cell phone customers might have experienced problems with 911 calls Thursday, said Jessie Nunery, the city's media relations specialist.

Children's Chorus to perform Christmas concert

The Tar River Children's Chorus & Youth Strings will perform 'The Light of Christmas' at 7:30 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Rocky Mount. Candlelights, handbells, harp, flute, organ, strings and children's voices all combine to make the joyous celebration of "The Light of Christmas" at 7:30 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Rocky Mount.

Officials to preview road projects

State transportation officials have set a date for a local open house about several road improvement projects totaling $128 million that include a Sunset Avenue interchange on Interstate 95. A public meeting is scheduled for Dec. 13 to discuss projects aimed to make travel between Rocky Mount and Nashville much easier, said Andrew Barksdale, a spokesman for state Transportation Department Division 4, which includes Nash County. The proposals rose through the State Transportation Improvement Program and received funding with planning input from the Rocky Mount Metropolitan Planning Organization, Nash County and the town of Nashville.

School district sells former Pope school

New members of the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education joined the school board Monday just in time to help unanimously approve the sale of the former O.R. Pope Elementary School. Dean Edwards, Chris Bissette and Lank Dunton, who recently won seats on the school board representing Districts 2, 4 and 6 respectively, were sworn into office Monday by Magistrate Phillip Coates at Rocky Mount High School.

Police chief search renewed

Interim Police Chief Willie Williams' contract expires at the end of year. He will continue to serve in a part-time capacity with the city starting in January and will assist a new interim chief during the transition, said Tameka Kenan-Norman, the city's chief communications officer.

Jobless rate inches up

The unemployment rate rose in all 100 counties in North Carolina in October, including the Twin Counties, according to the state Department of Commerce. Department, said it's important to note that employment estimates are subject to large seasonal patterns and it's preferable to focus on over-the-year changes in the not-seasonally adjusted estimates instead of month-to-month changes.

Christmas Parade spreads holiday cheer

Families and individuals packed the side streets around downtown Rocky Mount on an unusual 70-degree Sunday in December to watch the 63rd edition of the Rocky Mount Christmas Parade. The parade had roughly 50 participants, which featured the usual variety of local high school marching bands, colorful decorated floats consisting of local day care centers, churches, businesses, civic groups and other organizations across the Twin Counties.

New Eagle Scouts honored

Troop 7 recently honored 5 new Eagle Scouts that had earned their rank this fall as Mac Lord, Chandler Gazaway, Ethan Everette, Paul Larimer and Edward Barnhill IV each passed their Eagle board requirements. Barnhill chose to help the Peacemakers after school program.

Tower lighting puts shine on Mills

The rain failed to keep a throng of people away from coming out Saturday to the inaugural Rocky Mount Mills Tower Lighting celebration. "It's all about giving back to the community, and this is all about what Capitol Broadcasting believes in terms of community building," said Rocky Mount Mills General Manager Scott Roberts.

Students make cultural connections with Ugandan play

On Nov. 1, Rocky Mount High School theater students went on their Ugandan Performance Tour and premiered their original play about Ugandan culture, "Bridging Cultures," for Nash-Rocky Mount middle and elementary schools students. On Nov. 2, the students showcased their final performance for friends and family of the Rocky Mount community at the high school.

Sales pick up at local tree lots

Longtime Christmas tree farmer and local seller Ricky Sharpe of Nash County said he expects to sell more than 700 trees this season at his lot at 1288 E. N.C. 97 in Rocky Mount. He's been selling Christmas trees for 30 years.

Deputies aid woman's journey

Playing the part of Good Samaritans this holiday season, two Nash County deputies on Tuesday helped an elderly woman on her journey from New York to Florida after finding her walking with a cane along a highway near Goldrock. Gloria Roberts, 68, had managed to get from New York City to Nash County by paying for or hitching rides.

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