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Pastors and leaders of 28 churches have revived the Rocky Mount Area Ministers Alliance to help seek solutions to a listing of political, social and economic issues.
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Police say they were called to the Sunshine Inn on North Wesleyan Boulevard around 10:30 a.m. for an unresponsive person in a motel room.
Standing with the Pink Ribbon Award and the latest 3D mammography imaging equipment are, from left, Sterling Grimes, specialty services director; Dr. Todd Goodnight, Nash Breast Care Center medical director and fellowship-trained radiologist; Terri Crawford, Nash Breast Care Center manager; and Dr. Kenneth Crosby, fellowship-trained radiologist.
Fred Ray Ayers Fred Ray Ayers, 77, of Rocky Mount died Monday, April 21, 2014. He was born November 15, 1936 in Nash County, son of the late Ruffin and Lessie Matthew Ayers.
A leopard squeezes through a hole in the wall of the Meerut Cantonment Hospital as an official approaches in Meerut on February 23, 2014.
Hospira has announced US recalls for seven lots of its propofol injection and one lot of 1% Lidocaine HCI Injection due to a glass contamination.
Tameka Kenan-Norman knew she'd have to do more than just let people know about upcoming events when she started two years ago as Rocky Mount's public affairs manager.
Kindergarten was not a new idea for most local churches in Rocky Mount in 1962, however a day care center for children was.
Monique Brown, M.D., P.C., a medical practice at 154 S.W. Main St., earned the Small Business of the Month Award for March for its namesake and staff's professional, public health and downtown redevelopment efforts.
A'mya Bracy, 11, Max McClain, 9, and Ahmer Richardson, 10, from left, gather candy during an Easter egg hunt at the 2012 Sunset Easter Eggstravaganza at Sunset Park.
Investigators in Pitt County say a man was killed when his tractor jumped into gear and pinned him under a tire.
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The March meeting of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association was held at Gardner's Restaurant on N. Wesleyan Boulevard.