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  1. Rec centers to stay open Sundays in TarboroRead the original story

    Wednesday | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Tarboro Town Council during its monthly meeting on Monday approved a measure to keep the Braswell Center and the M.A. Ray Center open on Sundays under limited hours from 1 to 5 p.m. for at least the reminder of the upcoming 2018-19 school year. Tarboro Town Manager Troy Lewis said the council had approved a 90-day trial period and the town has found the use of the facilities on Sundays is more than they had anticipated.

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  2. Trustees sworn in to ECC boardRead the original story

    Wednesday | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Edgecombe County Deputy Clerk of Court Kim Harrell, center, swears in Ricky Thompson, left, and Gloria Wiggins-Hicks, right, to the Edgecombe Community College Board of Trustees. A new member of the Edgecombe Community College Board of Trustees was officially sworn in and a second member was reappointed at the board's recent quarterly meeting.

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  3. Longtime Tarboro coach Brett inducted into Nchsaa HofRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 14 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Tarboro High's Jim Brett was among the honorees. With the nod, the longtime coach becomes the first Tarboro member inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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  4. ECC to launch 'Single Stop' serviceRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 12 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Single Stop's "one-stop shop" model will offer a broad range of social, financial and legal services to all ECC students. The Single Stop office, set to open Aug. 23 in the Student Success Center, will connect students and their families to resources that alleviate financial and personal obstacles that may prevent students from graduating.

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  5. Officers train for shooting scenarioRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Operation Bulldog was a multi-agency exercise that took place on the campus of the high school and was staged at Nash Community College. More than 40 members of the Nash County Sheriff's Office, the Rocky Mount Police Department, the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Office, the Franklin County Sheriff's Department, the State Highway Patrol and the Nashville, Sharpsburg, Tarboro, Spring Hope and Pinetops police departments took part in the active-shooter training.

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  6. Gas prices expected to riseRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Motorists across the Twin Counties and throughout North Carolina should expect to see gas prices rise again before the summer vacation season is over, according to AAA Carolinas officials. "We will likely see a spike at the pump before summer draws to a close," said Tiffany Wright, public relations manager for AAA Carolinas.

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  7. Event forges bonds in communityRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Rocky Mount residents got to know local law enforcement officers a little better during Tuesday's annual National Night Out celebration. The event allows residents to take a stand against crime and for police to be a part of the community, said Cpl.

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  8. Kids hone reading skills at Freedom SchoolRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The summer enrichment program provided 240 children in South Rocky Mount and Tarboro the opportunity to improve reading skills and learn strategies for academic and lifelong success. "It is hard to believe that another fantastic Freedom School summer has come and gone," Peacemakers Executive Director Jesse Lewis said.

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  9. Tarboro Chamber to host fundraising raffleRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 5 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The TECC-TIME Reverse Raffle makes winners losers and losers winners. As raffle tickets are drawn, each winner loses their chance at being the biggest loser of the night and pocketing $3,000.

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  10. 1-AA's top dog: Tarboro focused on continuing last year's magicRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Over the next two weeks, we'll be previewing each of our area's prep football teams. Saturday's edition will be North Edgecombe.

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  11. Schools to offer therapy servicesRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Students in Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools will have school-based support for their mental and emotional health needs this year thanks to a new contract recently approved by Trillium Health Care Resources. Trillium Health Resources, the specialty care manager charged with providing services to people with substance use, mental illness and intellectual/developmental disabilities in Nash County, has approved a new contract with Yotaron Enrichment and Resource Center to provide these services.

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  12. Jobs to fill: While rebuilding offense, Bulldogs eye more 2-A successRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Over the next two weeks, we'll be previewing each of our area's prep football teams. Friday's edition will be Tarboro.

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  13. Man jailed on drug trafficking chargesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    A Princeville man is in jail after being arrested early Tuesday morning by the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Office on drug trafficking charges. Kendrick Jamal Battle, 30, was arrested and charged with two counts of level 3 trafficking of heroin and conspiracy to traffic heroin.

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  14. Prep football: Cougars prepare to take offense to the airRead the original story

    Monday Jul 30 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Prep football practices opened up across the state on Monday, and the SouthWest Edgecombe football team spent a lot of time keeping the football off the wet grass. The ball was airborne often as throwing and catching drills dominated portions of practice time.

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  15. Patillo alumni gather for annual reunionRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 28 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    "Aging With Grace From When We've Come" was the theme of the W.A. Pattillo High School National Alumni Association's 37th Annual Reunion. Over 200 people attended each of the three events.

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  16. School supply drives support studentsRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 22 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Area residents can help the educational futures of Twin County students by contributing to local school supply drives during the summer. Two school supply drives are taking place this month.

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  17. Tarboro's Montrezl Harrell agrees to deal with ClippersRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 21 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Tarboro native Montrezl Harrell, who played his high school basketball for North Edgecombe High before going on to feature for Louisville, agreed to a nice pay raise on Saturday. Harrell agreed to a two-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Clippers, reportedly worth $12 million.

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  18. Deputies bust ATV theft ringRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 19 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Edgecombe County Sheriff's Office made three arrests and recovered several all-terrain vehicles after a string of thefts since summer began. Damaris Rashon Avent, 21, is charged with breaking and entering, larceny, conspiracy, drug possession and possession of a controlled substance in jail.

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  19. Early voting sites set for fallRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 19 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    One-stop voting in Edgecombe County will have three locations: The Edgecombe County Administrative Building Auditorium at 201 St. Andrew St. in downtown Tarboro; the Department of Social Services at 301 S. Fairview Road in Rocky Mount; and the Pinetops Library at 201 SE First St. in Pinetops. Nash County one-stop locations will be the auditorium at the Nash County Agriculture Center in Nashville and the Warner Conference Room at Braswell Memorial Library in Rocky Mount.

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  20. To Duke's Cutcliffe, decommitments a troubling trendRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Duke football coach David Cutcliffe hardly needs to be nudged to spin glowing memories of his time with Tennessee and the SEC in the 1990s. Peyton Manning was his coaching subject.

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