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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
Ex-deputy aims to work with kids

When middle-aged men look for a new career after years of serving in the military or law enforcement, they don't usually decide to become a pre-school teacher. Hinton, 57, grew up in New York City and moved with his family to Rocky Mount when he was a teenager.

Singers audition for concert

A total of 14 acts performed Saturday on the stage of the Booker T. Theater in downtown Rocky Mount in the hopes of being the opening performers for next month's concert that will feature R&B artist Keith Sweat at the Rocky Mount Event Center. In the end, the two judges of the talent show auditions chose the vocals of Kimberly Britt, Micah Wiggins and Sirena Pitt along with the play of her Groove band to perform as opening acts at the upcoming concert.

Storm debris causes collection delays

Tropical Storm Michael left a considerable amount of yard waste in its wake, delaying the pick up of bulk waste in Rocky Mount. The city's Public Works and Water Resources Department reported that the number of stops has increased more than 2½ times since the storm passed through the area, with more than 90 percent of those stops being for yard waste.

Woman charged in domestic assault

A domestic abuse situation escalated Tuesday afternoon when the male victim brought a gun to the Rocky Mount Police Department after wresting it from the hand of his girlfriend. Cpl. Brad Summerlin of the Rocky Mount police said that both parties were apparently intoxicated about 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon when the altercation occurred on the 1500 block of Country Club Road.

Washington group honors local man

Rocky Mount native Kevin Jones received national recognition Monday night in the nation's capital because of the impact he is making in the lives of young people at home. The Washington Center presented Jones with its 2018 Alumni Impact Award at a gala attended by nearly 400 people Monday at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. Jones was recognized for his professional accomplishments and his strong commitment to the success of local students.

Bowling tourney to fund scholarships

The Bowling for Disabilities is set for 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 27 at The Bowling Center at 3250 N. Church St. in Rocky Mount. The Bowling Center is teaming up with the Mayor's Commission on Persons with Disabilities and the state Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to host the event.

City fills two vacant posts

Clayton W. Deaton III will begin his duties Nov. 19 at the helm of Development Services. Lori Cairo will begin Nov. 5 working in her new role as chief internal auditor for the city.

Residents sound off on school consolidation

Community members gathered Tuesday night in the Red Oak Elementary School cafeteria to participate in the last of a series of three public forums held to discuss the proposal to build a new elementary school in the northern part of Nash County. Shelton Jefferies, superintendent of Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools, reminded participants that the school district is considering a plan to close three schools in the district - Cedar Grove, Swift Creek and Red Oak elementary schools - in favor of building a new, larger state-of-the-art elementary school in the northern part of the county.

Sisters open downtown clothing store

With the Rocky Mount Event Center a week away from its scheduled opening date, another locally owned small business recently opened up with the hope of being a part of the revitalization of downtown Rocky Mount. Sisters Tiffany Grant-Lane and Requita Williams have started a family business as co-owners of a boutique clothing store in downtown Rocky Mount called Neema & Co.

Three charged with heroin trafficking

Christopher Holland and Amy Lynn Utley, both 32 and of Bailey, were charged with two counts each of trafficking heroin and each given $250,000 bonds. Antoine Staton, 31, of Rocky Mount, was charged with two counts of trafficking heroin, possession of a firearm by a felon and possessing a stolen firearm.

Nash Community College plans 'career in a year' open house

Firefighter cadets conduct a training exercise at Nash Community College. Public safety careers including law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical services will be featured at NCC's "Career in a Year" open house on Oct. 23. Contributed Photo For The Enterprise Nash Community College, in partnership with Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools, will host a "Career in a Year" open house from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23 on the college campus in Rocky Mount.

Nash County sheriff's deputies train to reduce line-of-duty deaths

The in-service training program at Wilson Community College hosted Below 100, an organization whose mission is to reduce law enforcement deaths to fewer than 100 per year by influencing "law enforcement culture by providing innovative training and awareness, through presentations, social media and webinars on identifying the leading causes and current trends in preventable line of duty deaths and injuries," according to its website. The last year the United States had fewer than 100 law enforcement deaths was 1943.

Jobless rate holds steady across area

North Carolina will continue to have robust job growth coupled with low employment going into 2019, which is a good sign for struggling areas like the Rocky Mount metropolitan area that has made modest gains economically as it continues to slowly recover from the recession, according to national economists. Gus Faucher, PNC senior economist, said the Rocky Mount metro area that consists of Nash and Edgecombe counties has seen employment this year hold steady, unlike the job losses in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

JSU's President's Inauguration Celebration Dinner raises $305K for scholarships

World renowned gospel artist Marvin Sapp performed at the dinner. The event in the Jackson Convention Complex followed an investiture earlier in the day.

Newcomer challenges school board member

Cordell said he feels he has a vested interest in the school district because he was born and raised in Rocky Mount and is a product of the school system. Cordell also has two daughters who graduated from Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools.

Pfizer plant adds 800 workers

The largest private employer in the Twin Counties has added to its workforce this year as it works toward opening a nearly $200 million facility. The Pfizer Rocky Mount plant has increased employment from 2,200 to 3,000 employees, according to Samantha Reardon, manager of Global Media Relations at Pfizer.

Twin Counties gear up for mid-term voting

With early voting right around the corner, election officials in the Twin Counties are gearing up for the mid-term election. The deadline for registering to vote by mail is Friday.

Rocky Mount brewers toast Oktoberfest

A group of beer brewers and Oktoberfest makes so much sense that it's hard to believe it has not happened already. Hosted by BDD Brewing, Hopfly Brewing and Goat Island Bottle Shop, the event drew a large crowd to the Mills' Beer Garden.

Garden Club kicks off new season

Rocky Mount Garden Club Program chairwoman Betsy Searcy, left, and member Brenda Crocker, work on a fresh arrangement to be delivered to Covenant Homes of Rocky Mount during the club's September program. Refreshments were served and the members had a great time catching up from the summer break, which runs June through August.

People You Know: Southern Nash grad Jordan Lamm earns state trooper's badge

From staff reports Jordan Mitchell Lamm of Nash County graduated from the N.C. Highway Patrol's 145th Basic Highway Patrol School Sept. 21 in Cary and begins his new assignment today as a state trooper in Johnston County.

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