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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
Nash board updates water shortage plan

It's a misdemeanor under state law to violate a mandatory water restriction. Residential violations will result in elevating penalties from a warning, a $100 fine, $250 fine and then termination of service.

Jobless rate declines, so does labor force

While the latest reports from the state Department of Commerce show declines in unemployment rates in all 100 North Carolina counties, data from the N.C. Justice Center reveal 38 of the state's counties - mostly from Eastern North Carolina - have lost jobs from April 2017 to April of this year. Patrick McHugh, economic analyst for the liberal-leaning N.C. Justice Center's Budget and Tax Center, said the problem with the recovery is that it hasn't really addressed the long-standing challenges that a lot of the communities already were facing, particularly those in Eastern North Carolina.

Telegram to move into Mills

The area's longtime daily newspaper that began publication in October 1910 will be calling the Rocky Mount Mills its new home this year. The Rocky Mount Telegram will relocate its editorial and business staff to the 150-acre mixed-use campus on the Tar River.

Nash-Rocky Mount honors retirees

Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools celebrated 66 retirees on June 12 during the district's 2018 Retirement Luncheon at Rose Hill in Nashville. The group has dedicated approximately 1,660 collective years of service to public education.

Man stabbed following argument

A Rocky Mount man is recovering from a knife attack early Thursday and police are looking for the assailant, according to authorities. Debro and Battle were on South Franklin Street at about 12:20 a.m. when they began arguing because one man refused to give the other man a ride, said Cpl.

Talking to Americans about Trump's attacks on Canada

Wayne Batchelor, a 72-year-old in northern North Carolina, tries to "love everybody," and he would like you to know that he has nothing but love for Canadians, who are, it goes without saying, "fine people." He does, however, strongly object to Canada's milk tariffs, whose existence he has recently become aware of, via Fox News and other television stations, because of the complaints of President Donald Trump .

SH church to host health summit

By JOE BURNETTE The historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un is history, but another kind of summit is coming to Spring Hope. First Baptist Church of Spring Hope is hosting a Community Health Summit on Saturday, June 23, in the church fellowship hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rev.

Salvation Army leaders to move on

New leaders will soon take over the post of the Salvation Army of Nash and Edgecombe counties in Rocky Mount. Couple Jonathan and Dawn Whitaker, corps officers and captains of the local Salvation Army, have received a new appointment to be the new corps officers for the Salvation Army in Clarksville, Tenn.

Public pans council over budget

Mayor David Combs tried to preempt some of the anticipated abuse by telling the packed house that the 2018-19 fiscal year budget is still in the works. The council is redrafting the spending plan, looking at certain expenditures, including a request by City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney for a third assistant manager.

Red Cross to train disaster volunteers

Disaster relief is only as effective as those who aid in the response, and the Northeastern Chapter of the American Red Cross is preparing to hold a boot camp to offer more information about how to help. The Red Cross is seeking disaster volunteers to help with its services in the community and will host a disaster volunteer training boot camp.

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A local woman is set to make history, while in the process being a face and an advocate for people dealing with a wide range of mental health conditions. Jasmine Armstrong, 35, a Rocky Mount native, is the current Ms.

Couple educates African kids

As school winds down for students in the area, one local couple is busy preparing for a new school year - for students in Zambia, Africa. Mickey and Jackie Bailey of Rocky Mount are founders of Agape Village in Zambia.

Public hearing slated for spending plan

The Rocky Mount City Council is set to welcome a new member and hear from the public on its proposed 2019 fiscal budget, among other actions Monday evening. Joyner will then take his seat on the council as the representative of Ward 3. He was appointed last month but couldn't assume the office until now due to a voter registration issue.

Moore family to present annual awards

As Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools students are wrapping up their school year, Baskerville Elementary School students have a few more awards to celebrate. During the school's fifth-grade Recognition Ceremony on Friday, four special awards will be given out by a family with close ties to the school.

Rocky Mount native graduates from U.S. Naval Academy

Matthew F. Yenney of Rocky Mount successfully completed four years of challenging academic, physical and professional military training, graduating on May 25 from the U.S. Naval Academy with a bachelor's degree in history and a commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. Yenney is a graduate of Rocky Mount High School.

Man sentenced on drug charges

Earlier this year, Robert J. Higdon, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, announced in Rocky Mount a stronger partnership between local law enforcement and the federal court system to combat violent and drug crimes in Eastern North Carolina. Higdon announced Monday that Chief U.S. District Judge James C. Dever III, sentenced Equan Cornelius Dunston, 26, of Spring Hope to 114 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release.

City looks to fill board vacancies

Mayor David Combs and the Rocky Mount City Council will consider appointments to several city boards and commissions at an upcoming Committee of the Whole meeting. "The roles of the various boards and commissions of the city of Rocky Mount are essential to the effective operation of our local government.

Police seek leads in homicide

Cpl. Brad Summerlin of the Rocky Mount Police Department said Jamal Rashad Harris, 31, was found by authorities about 4:15 p.m. Saturday in the roadway in the 600 block of Cleveland Street after officers responded to a shots fired call in the area. Summerlin said Harris suffered gunshot wounds, was treated for injuries and transported to Nash UNC Health Care.

Engineering scholarship established at NCC

The scholarship was established in 2017 by Pell and C. E. "Sonny" Foster of Rocky Mount as an endowed award to recognize students in the Associate in Engineering degree program. It serves as a reflection of the Fosters' commitment to higher education and the local community.

Gas prices hit four-year high

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial beckoning of summer, and those who traveled on the road this past holiday weekend experienced a bump in costs in fillups. Tiffany Wright, manager of public relations for AAA Carolinas, said that the holiday weekend saw the rising gas prices across the state.

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