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  1. Nash County to demolish homesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 20 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nash County Board of Commissioners has approved the acquisition and demolition of homes damaged two years ago by Hurricane Matthew. Funds to pay for the process were given to the county by federal and state programs through the Hurricane Matthew Hazard Mitigation Plan Grant Buyout Program.

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  2. Nash-Rocky Mount honors retireesRead the original story

    Friday Jun 15 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    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.

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  3. Opponents plan pipeline protestRead the original story

    Friday Jun 15 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Nash Stop the Pipeline, a chapter of the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League and the Alliance to Protect Our People and Places We Live, has organized a community walk on Saturday along the route of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. It will begin at 11 a.m. with a prayer service, speakers and a water ceremony at noon.

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  4. Traffic stop nets major heroin bustRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    This is equivalent to approximately 40,350 bindles - or individual packs - with an estimated street value of approximately $807,000, said Sheriff Keith Stone. "With the increase in overdoses continuing to rise, this seizure surely will play a part in saving lives," Stone said.

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  5. Gas prices hit four-year highRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 3 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    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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  6. New bistro to offer free foodRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 2 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    A new restaurant, Spivey's Bistro at Northgreen Country Club, will be open for business by Wednesday of next week. Depending on how many people show up, there will be a party from noon to about 2 p.m. Sunday before the official opening, where Spivey and his crew will be on hand fixing meals of roast beef and other samples in a lunch banquet to whoever comes.

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  7. Nash eyes development expendituresRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 2 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nash County Board of Commissioners is set to discuss the county's annual budget and economic development appropriations among other topics during their monthly meeting Monday in Nashville. The board will hold a required public hearing on its proposed 2018-19 budget as presented by County Manager Zee Lamb.

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  8. 060118Mike-Causey-1Read the original story

    Friday Jun 1 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    While talking with firefighters at Rocky Mount Fire Station No. 1 on Raleigh Road, Causey discussed the need for better recruitment and retention in fire departments statewide.

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  9. Job fair to cater to teensRead the original story

    Thursday May 31 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    With the school year about to come to an end, local parents are probably hoping their teenager can find employment this summer. A "Teen Summer Job Fair" geared to teens 15 to 19 will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. today at the Nash County Agriculture Center at 1006 Eastern Avenue in Nashville.

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  10. Government offices to close for holidayRead the original story

    Friday May 25 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Community centers, including the Rocky Mount Senior Center, the R.M. Wilson Gym, the Booker T. Washington and South Rocky Mount Community Centers and the Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences will be closed as well. Tar River Transit will not operate on Monday.

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  11. Schools applaud student successRead the original story

    Thursday May 24 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    With the school year winding down, Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools held a couple events in Nashville to honor students' artistic talents and grade performance achievements. Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools honored 120 high school seniors Tuesday from Rocky Mount High School, Nash-Rocky Mount Early College High School, Nash Central High School and Northern Nash High School during its "2018 Evening of Academic Excellence" event.

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  12. Nash board to study budget planRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nash County Board of Commissioners is set to discuss the new county budget and selling off its home health agency, among other topics Monday afternoon. During a two-day budget retreat in March, commissioners reached a consensus on a 3 percent cost-of-living raise for county employees.

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  13. Blooming Festival offers fun for allRead the original story

    May 13, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    A large, white banner hung over the road leading to downtown Nashville, welcoming residents and visitors alike to the Blooming Festival. Nashville's popular festival is in its 22nd year, and those who decided to spend the day outdoors had a wide variety of options to choose from.

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  14. School board, commissioners discuss financesRead the original story

    May 9, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education and Nash County Board of Commissioners got together Wednesday for another current expense and capital outlay joint meeting at the school district's Central Office Building in Nashville. The update on the budget was among the items discussed by the two boards.

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  15. Buffalo buzzing over Bills draft picks, Sabres lottery winRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Buffalo Bills were so dull during their lean years, comedian Nick Bakay feared his body would fuse to the couch while watching them play. "It's an incredibly disturbing image," Bakay said of wasting away Sundays witnessing his hometown team sleepwalk through one loss after another during a 17-season playoff drought that ended last year.

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  16. Downtown Nashville to host Blooming FestivalRead the original story

    May 6, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nashville Chamber of Commerce will host its 22nd annual Nashville Blooming Festival on Mother's Day weekend in downtown Nashville. Folks don't have to wait until the weekend to get in on the fun: Amusement rides open 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the parking lot next to the Nash County Courthouse.

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  17. Nash board to hold public hearingsRead the original story

    May 4, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nash County Board of Commissioners is set to hold three public hearings Monday morning related to revisions to the county's Unified Development Order. The required separate hearings will address proposed changes to stormwater requirements.

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  18. Democrats vie in U.S. House primary raceRead the original story

    May 4, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    U.S. House District 2, which includes Nash County, deserves more than a Washington politician out of touch with North Carolina, according to three Democratic candidates vying for victory in Tuesday's primary. Ken Romley, Linda Coleman and Wendy May are running to challenge incumbent U.S. Rep. George Holding or his GOP primary challenger Allen Chesser.

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  19. Mary Ward: April marks Autism Awareness MonthRead the original story

    Apr 28, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    I am grateful for the fact that my son can ask questions and share his feelings about a matter. I am grateful that the slightest variation causes him to question what or why? Sometimes it is irritating.

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  20. Early voting draws low turnoutRead the original story

    Apr 22, 2018 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    With only a couple of contested races on the ballot, early voting for the May primary has been slow, according to local elections officials. "One-Stop started and it was very slow," Edgecombe County Elections Director Jerry Spruell said.

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