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Pictured (L-R is owner, operator Carolina Physical Therapy Sue Ella Johnson with Kelly Jenkins, who owned Progressive Rehab and Carolina Physical Therapy Vice President Jerry Strickland.
Nashville's Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting to celebrate Carolina Physical Therapy Associates, Inc.
The company was formerly Progressive Rehab and owned by Kelly Jenkins.
Carolina Physical Therapy Associates is a Rocky Mount based private physical therapy practice owned and operated by Sue Ella Johnson, President, Jerry Strickland, Vice President and Jeff Agan, Vice President.
Rocky Mount Rotarian and President Elect, Richard Sykes, at left, stands with Rachel Joyner, Nash County Clerk of Court. She spoke at a recent meeting at the DoubleTree Hotel about the workings of the Clerk's office.
The Nash County Sheriff's Office arrested a Tarboro man after a vehicle stop last week.
A Nash County Patrol Unit was able to stop a vehicle on March 13 based on information received from a joint investigation between the Sheriff's Office and the Rocky Mount Police Department. The vehicle was stopped in the Nashville area on US Highway 64 East.
Upon approaching the vehicle, the patrol unit detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.
A larceny after a breaking and entering and burglary of an occupied residence was reported on 3/17/15 at 1002 Birchwood Village Court
A possession of counterfeit money was reported on 3/18/15 at Just Save, 721 E Washington Street
An obtaining money/property by false pretense and obtaining a controlled substance by fraud was reported on 3/18/15 at Wal-Mart, 1205 Eastern Avenue
A text fraud was reported on 3/16/15 at 4230 Green Hills Road
A possession of drug paraphernalia was reported on 3/16/15 at 1370 N Wesleyan Boulevard
A criminal damage to property was reported on 3/17/15 at 7514 Kingsboro Drive
A breaking, entering and larceny was reported on 3/17/15 at 3344 Dalmar Road
Nash County Planning and Inspections issued the following building permits from March 16 through March 20.
Thursday, April 2 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Kaba Ilco Corp, 400 Jeffreys Road, Rocky Mount
Friday, April 3 from 12:30 until 4:30 p.m. at Golden East Crossing Mall, 1100 North Wesleyan Boulevard, Rocky Mount
Friday, April 3 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Outback Steakhouse, 210 Gateway Boulevard, Rocky Mount
Monday, April 6 from 3 until 7 p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 305 South Halifax Road, Rocky Mount
A news article about the needs of Nashville's Police Department prompted a local fast food chain to donate four bulletproof vests to the department.
BHT Companies, the franchisee for McDonald's, saw an article on the wish lists of Nashville's Police Department for the upcoming budget. During Nashville Town Council's budget retreat, department heads present their list of wants and needs to Town Manager Preston Mitchell and council members. Nashville Police Chief Tom Bashore submitted requests for police cars and soft body armor, better known as bulletproof vests.
The Nash-Rocky Mount School Board voted to approve a measure to convert from the current Valedictorian- Salutatorian graduation honors program to a new Latin Honors program that will allow for more graduates to receive recognition for high achievement. The change is slated to take place with the graduating class of 2019.
Robin May, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, presented the plan to the board for the second time at the workshop held on Monday, March 16.
Cedar Grove Elementary School celebrated Black History Month with two special programs. One included singing, poems and a play about Ruby Bridges. The second one was a live wax museum. Pictured above is fourth grader C. Everritt in the Live Museum.
David and Laura Winstead of Nashville announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Lauren Winstead, to Cameron Wayne Joyner of Elm City. He is the son of Ronnie and Janice Joyner of Nashville. The wedding is planned for May 16, 2015 at Leon's Barn in Nashville.
Nashville Police Officers Mark Withrow and Jennifer Bull are picutred at the Nash Senior Center helping sort food and pack boxes for the Easter Food Drive. Nashville Police Department's newest member, Bradley Boone (not pictured) also assisted.
Nash County residents were among those graduating from Pitt Community College during the Fall 2014 semester.
Locals included George Harrison Caudle, Jacqueline Denise Harper, Tatanisha Hill and Elizabeth Ashley Romero, all of Nashville, Karen L. Mott and Joshua E. Pridgen, both of Rocky Mount and Erin B. Hildreth, of Spring Hope.
Nash residents were also among those named to the Dean's List and Honor Roll at Pitt Community College during the Fall 2014 semester.
As North Carolina Wesleyan College continues to grow in size and reputation, an increasing number of students from around the world--most recently China--are taking a look at what this small liberal arts college in Rocky Mount has to offer.
N.C. Wesleyan currently enrolls 76 international students from 26 countries, including four Chinese students enrolled for the current spring semester. On February 3, a group of 18 Chinese high school students and their chaperones toured the college to learn more about what Wesleyan has to offer.
Nashville Elementary students look at The Nashville Graphic newspaper during a special Career Day event held last week. Pictured, left to right, are: Carolyn Nethercutt, Hunter Raines and Zyshone Pearce.
The Nash Community College Student Government Association has introduced a new mascot for the College. The mascot, a NightHawk, was designed and named by students. The design was created by Advertising and Graphic Design student Judie Taylor. "Newton" was selected as the mascot's name following a naming contest among students. Associate in Arts student, Michael Stallings, submitted the winning name. When asked why he chose "Newton" he said he had recently read about Sir Isaac Newton and thought it was an appropriate name for the mascot.
As space is vacated at Nash Community College when programs move into the new Continuing Education and Public Services Building, the College will be able to expand its offerings in existing facilities. One new program, Brewing, Distillation and Fermentation, starting this fall, is part of the College's expanded offerings in its Hospitality Curriculum. Other degree programs being offered in the Hospitality Group include Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management.
Nash Community College has designated Saturday, May 2, 2015 as a day to raise money enabling hard working students to pay for college through student scholarships. The Inaugural Nash Community College Run for Knowledge 5K will be held on campus that morning. Later in the day, the 8th Annual Jack Laughery Ride for Knowledge will occur at Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson.
The Run for Knowledge race, hosted by Nash Community College, will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the new Continuing Education and Public Services Building located on Eastern Avenue. Runners will take off for the trees in a race that features a combination of road and trail.
Kenny Byrd has returned to Nashville to once again serve as the pastor of Nashville Baptist Church.
Byrd served as the pastor of the church from 2001 to 2006. He left to serve as a pastor of a church in Sylva, North Carolina and also returned to his hometown of Whiteville to pastor a church there a few years.
Now, Byrd is back in Nashville.
'March Madness' is raging! There are several North Carolina teams that will be in the 'Sweet Sixteen.' I hope that one of them will win!
Sunday morning was another beautiful spring day. Pastor Whitehouse welcomed those Peachtree folks who came for worship. Sanctuary flowers were given by Beth and Patsy Baines in memory of their parents, Willie and Kezie Griffin, and their brother, Spencer Vann Griffin. Special music was a solo titled, "Something Beautiful", sung by Marta Whitehouse.
Members of Women in Action of Red Oak Baptist Church and friends prepared and served a hot dog supper at the Bassett Center on Saturday, March 21. Supper included hot dogs with fixings, chips, tea, and cookies. Those participating were Jeanette and Hazel Hill, Audrey and Suzy Pearce, Karen Girona, Vicki Griffin, Marion Faulkner, and Charles Williams. Following the supper, several went to Rocky Mount Rehab and visited with Louise Hackney who is in room 208.
Happy early birthday to Jean Outlaw, who will be 81 years old on the 28th of March. Her daughter and other family members gave her a surprise get together last Saturday at the Beulah Church of Christ fellowship hall. It was really a family reunion with approximately 40 members of Jean's family attending. There were lots and lots of delicious food and great fellowship. Jean was really surprised and very much appreciated seeing everyone. We were just sorry that one sister, Dorothy Cary and her brother, Arthur Beamon were unable to attend due to health problems.
What a way to start a day! I found a lizard in my over 115 year old farm house....and it's only MARCH! Truly not what I wanted to see, but like I said there is always something good in a situation if you only look for it and in this case, I had to look really, really, really hard to find it..... IT WASN'T A SNAKE! I have seen 3 snakes in my old house over the 38 years I have lived in it, and I know.....if a lizard can find "her" way in (I am sure she is a mama with lots of babies), I know a snake can. Yuck! There are advantages to cold weather.
A lobby on the first floor of the NCC Continuing Education and Public Services Building, set to open this year, will be named in honor of contributions to the College by West Mount Ruritan Club and Duke K.I.D.S. (Kids In Desperate Situations). Nash Community College was one of the beneficiaries from last year's Duke K.I.D.S. Golf Classic, sponsored annually by the Club to raise money for Duke Children's Hospital. Donations from the event to the College were to aid in the education and training of current and future EMS and Nursing students.
Mark Rasdorf, assistant director of the LGBT Resources Center, East Carolina University, Greenville, was the featured speaker for the March 17 meeting of the Rocky Mount Chapter of PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays).
"This is my life's work. I don't want to see any more gay kids take their lives," Rasdorf said as he spoke out against the bullying, depression and rejection often experienced by those who are part of today's sexual and gender minorities.