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Bubbles & Bows Pet Salon owner Betsy Strickland poses with Tucker, a Labradoodle belonging to Pete and Cathy Curtis.

Pet groomer rescinds advisory board resignation

By Lindell J. Kay
| March 2, 2021

SPRING HOPE — A pet groomer who resigned from a downtown development board last week changed her min...

A fence topped with razor wire separates the jail from adjoining portions of the Wilson County Law Enforcement Center complex.

State probing Bailey man’s jail death

By Olivia Neeley
| March 2, 2021

WILSON — State officials are investigating a Bailey man’s jail death after sheriff’s deputies say he...

The Spaulding Family Resource Center hopes to raise $150,000 to renovate the former Spaulding School, which auction buyer S&J Holdings donated to the nonprofit in December. The resource center plans to reopen in the facility it previously occupied for more than two decades.

Spaulding center raising money for renovation

By Kacey Cooper and Mark Cone
| March 2, 2021

SPRING HOPE — The Spaulding Family Resource Center has served town residents for more than two decad...

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Reward offered in Bailey man's 2016 killing

By Olivia Neeley
| March 1, 2021

State officials are offering rewards totaling $25,000 for information leading to arrests and convict...

The Rev. Thomas Walker, pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, receives his COVID-19 vaccination on Thursday. Walker said he wanted to be vaccinated in front of news cameras to help encourage local Black community members to get their shots.

CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

Pastor encouraging Black residents to vaccinate

From staff reports
| March 1, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT — A well-known civil rights leader has received the novel coronavirus vaccination to enc...

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COVID-19 RECOVERY

Winslow calls for optional summer learning program

From staff reports
| February 26, 2021

RALEIGH — A bill that would create an optional six-week summer school program to offset COVID-19 lea...

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The Enterprise wins 5 state journalism awards

From staff reports
| March 1, 2021

The Enterprise ranks among North Carolina’s best small newspapers, according to results of an annual...

U.S. Attorney Robert Higdon, shown after a press conference in Rocky Mount last year, resigned Sunday. He's been a federal prosecutor for nearly three decades.

Higdon highlights accomplishments as US attorney

By Lindell J. Kay
| March 1, 2021

RALEIGH — On his last day in office, the Eastern District of North Carolina’s outgoing U.S. attorney...

Italian honeybees return to their hive at Wilson County's Cotton Boll Pollinators in February 2020.

VICTORY GARDEN GAL

Bring pollinators to your victory garden

By DeeAnn Rivera
| March 1, 2021

When my husband was in the military, we moved a lot! I used to joke that by the time I unpacked the ...

This QR code links to The Enterprise's homepage, SpringHopeEnterprise.com, and can be scanned with a smartphone or digital camera-enabled mobile device.

QR codes link Enterprise’s print, online content

From staff reports
| March 1, 2021

Adapting a technology that’s seen increased relevance during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Enterprise i...

The Claude Mayo Jr. Administration Building is shown in a Nash County government photo.

COVID-19 RECOVERY

Nash County opens COVID-19 call center

By Lindell J. Kay
| February 26, 2021

NASHVILLE — Nash County’s new novel coronavirus call center is up and running. Residents who have qu...

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