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NRMPS announces appointments
NRMPS announces appointments

The Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools Board of Education approved six new administrative appointments at board meetings in May and June.
The new assignments will be for the 2016-2017 school year.
Brian Miller was appointed Chief of Staff for the school system. He will oversee Human Resources, Child Nutrition, Transportation and Maintenance. He will also serve as an extension of the superintendent and as a key strategic advisor and problem-solver.

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Murder suspect caught
Murder suspect caught

The Nash County Sheriff's Office has arrested the fifth suspect in a murder that happened on June 17 outside of Spring Hope.
Shandon Lamond Perry, 34, was charged with one felony count of accessory before the fact to felony and one felony count of conceal or failure to notify death of a person. He received a $50,000 secured bond. His first appearance date in Nash County District Court was Tuesday, June 28, 2016.
Perry's charges stem from the murder of Tony Maurice Braswell, Jr., 21, who was shot outside his home at 13360 W. Old Spring Hope Road in Spring Hope.

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Joshua Wilson adds rice to a meal package on Saturday during the Stop Hunger Now event, which packaged over 50,000 meals to feed the hungry.

Local churches joined forces on Saturday to package over 50,000 meals as part of the third annual Stop Hunger Now event.
Red Oak United Methodist has hosted the event the past two years but partnered with Dortches Baptist Church and Bethlehem United Methodist Church this year. This year's event was held at Dortches Baptist Church and included just over 60 volunteers.
Stop Hunger Now is based out of Raleigh. Its mission is to end hunger by providing food and life-changing aide to the world's most vulnerable.

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Daniels retires from NCC
Daniels retires from NCC

Pat Daniels' career with Nash Community College (NCC) may have recently ended but Daniels' love of the college and what it stands for will always exist.
Daniels, of Nashville, recently wrapped up a 30-year career with the college. During that time, she spent 20 years as the Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement and was also the Foundation Executive Director.
Daniels graduated from Western Carolina University, where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and Management.

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Castalia July 4th event is Monday

The Town of Castalia will celebrate America on Monday, July 4th with its annual July Fourth Celebration.
A car show will kick off the festivities in Castalia on Monday, July 4th.
The car and truck show will begin at 8 a.m. and run to 12 noon. The event will be held next to the Castalia Fire Department.
Castalia's annual July 4th celebration will also offer food and craft vendors, which start at 11 a.m.

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NCHS Band boosters raise funds
NCHS Band boosters raise funds

School is out but the Nash Central High School Band Boosters are already preparing for the upcoming school year.
The organization is working on a fund-raising campaign and hopes to raise $50,000 to support the band program.
The band boosters is a parent organization that supports the Nash Central High School band program. The purpose of the organization is to promote and develop the music education program at the school for the students and to provide opportunities for music appreciation for the public through performances at competitions, parades and concerts.

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Nashville Elementary to hold essay contest
Nashville Elementary to hold essay contest

Webster's Dictionary defines a hero as "a person who is admired for great or brave acts or fine qualities."
Nashville Elementary School wants to know who the heroes are in the Nashville community.
The school is hosting an essay contest, "Hometown Heroes" during the summer and plans to announce the winner at the Hometown Heroes 5K, one-mile and Kid's Fun Run.

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