Welcome Visitor
Tue, Mar 31, 2015
51 members
Breaking News
FRONT PAGE
LOCAL NEWS
EDITORIALS
ENTERTAINMENT
DEATHS
SPORTS
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
CHURCH CALENDAR
SEARCH ARTICLES
PAST ISSUES
SCORE
Town of Nashville
Braswell Memorial Library
Harold D. Cooley Library
Nash Arts
Nash County
Nashville Chamber of Commerce
Nash Community College
Nash County Relay for Life
Nash-Rocky Mount Schools
N.C. Wesleyan College
Rocky Mount Area Chamber
Rocky Mount Children's Museum
Rocky Mount Travel & Tourism
Boys & Girls Club of Nash/Edgecombe Counties
State of N.C.
The Dunn Center for Performing Arts
Town of Castalia
JOIN SITE
LOGIN
LOGOUT
EDIT YOUR PROFILE
SEARCH
PAST ISSUES
Attorney:  Jackson is still Superintendent
Attorney: Jackson is still Superintendent

Rumors circulating that Nash-Rocky Mount Schools Superintendent Dr. Anthony Jackson was fired are not true, the school system's attorney Rod Malone said.
The rumors began last Wednesday. Sources told The Graphic that Dr. Jackson had been fired by the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education in a 7-4 vote. Other rumors said Dr. Jackson had accepted a position with the state and would be leaving the school system at the end of the year.

More ...
Boddie Mill Pond bridge named for Braswell
Boddie Mill Pond bridge named for Braswell

A bridge on Boddie Mill Pond Road in the Pleasant Grove Community now bears the namesake of a man who has given selflessly of himself to that community.
The Gene E. Braswell Bridge was dedicated last week during an official ceremony at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.
North Carolina Transportation Secretary Tony Tata said though he didn't know Braswell personally, he'd discovered his reputation in the community and said naming the bridge after him was fitting.

More ...
Whitakers man dies in car accident

A Whitakers man was killed on Saturday afternoon after running a stop sign and colliding with another vehicle.
According to the NC Highway Patrol, 80-year-old Howard Leonard, of Whitakers, was traveling north on Halifax Road when he ran the stop sign at Halifax and Red Oak-Battleboro Road. A spokesperson said Leonard's vehicle t-boned a 2001 GMC truck, driven by 56-year-old Walter Davis. Davis' truck was pulling a trailer loaded with lawn equipment.

More ...
Nashville couple face drug charges
David E. Pulley
Nashville couple face drug charges

A Nashville couple were arrested and charged with prescription drug fraud following a five month investigation.
According to Nashville Police Chief Tom Bashore, a search warrant was conducted at 1836 Aspen Court in reference to suspects obtaining controlled substance by fraud/forgery. The search warrant was conducted following a five-month investigation by the Nashville Police Department and the Nash County Sheriff's Office.

More ...
NPD SPOTLIGHT
NPD SPOTLIGHT

The Nashville Graphic is introducing officers of the Nashville Police Department each month as part of an "Officer Spotlight" series. The articles are featured the last Thursday of each month to help Nashville residents get to know the officers who protect and serve their communities.

More ...
Richardson celebrates 100th
Richardson celebrates 100th

If the Lord wants, Josephine Coppedge Richardson could live to be 200 years old.
But for now, Richardson is content celebrating her 100th birthday.
Richardson turned 100 years old on Monday, March 23. She spent Saturday celebrating with family and friends at Gardner's Barbecue in Rocky Mount.
"We all get together and have a good meal and that's all," Richardson said.

More ...

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software