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The Spaulding Family Resource Center has received the Spring Hope Board of Adjustment's approval to return to the former C.C. Spaulding School campus, shown with a sign notifying town residents of Monday's public hearing. The center moved to another location in 2019 after operating out of the old school site since the 1990s.

Panel approves Spaulding Center’s return to historic school campus

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 27, 2021

SPRING HOPE — The Spaulding Family Resource Center is heading home. The Spring Hope Board of Adjustm...

The Nash County Health Department will be set up in the parking of the McDonald's at 501 W. Washington St. in Nashville from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Any adult who receives a shot that day will receive a free crispy chicken sandwich, Big Mac or double cheeseburger.

CORONAVIRUS RECOVERY

McDonald’s pairs vaccine clinic with free food offer

From staff reports
| July 27, 2021

NASHVILLE — The Nash County Health Department is partnering with McDonald’s of Nashville to host a C...

Police prevent man from jumping off bridge

From staff reports
| July 26, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT — City police saved a man’s life Saturday morning by talking him off the railing of a br...

Michelle Kay, librarian at the Spring Hope Public Library, prepares for a monthlong book sale in August, offering hundreds of books. Paperbacks will be sold at the price of 10 for $1. Hardbacks are available for 25 cents each, and patrons who buy one hardcover book will receive a second hardback for free.

SPRING HOPE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Monthlong library book sale set for August

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 26, 2021

SPRING HOPE — The town library is set to sell hundreds of books during the month of August. Popular ...

This is what authorities believe an unknown man found dead nearly 20 years ago in Brunswick County may have looked like. Mike Mullins, a deputy with the Wake County Sheriff's Office, drew the sketch.

UNIDENTIFIED

Roadside skeleton’s identity remains unknown

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 26, 2021

LELAND — Authorities don’t know why or how the weather-worn skeleton of an unknown man ended up in a...

Angela McClellan, mother of fallen Nash County Deputy Jared Allison, pictured at the center of a memorial photo display, commiserates with Deputy Abby Taylor during Friday's End of Watch stop in Nashville. Allison died Dec. 1 from injuries sustained in an on-duty traffic wreck.

END OF WATCH RIDE

Ride honors fallen Nash deputy

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 26, 2021

NASHVILLE — A motorcycle ride honoring law enforcement officials who died in the line of duty last y...

Winslow

N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Rep. Winslow has 1st bill signed into law

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 26, 2021

State Rep. Matthew Winslow said he’s proud his first bill signed into law will help military service...

This is the first of five screenshots showing July 8 text messages from mayoral candidate Kyle Pritchard on the subject of housing in Spring Hope. In this text, Pritchard describes the Walnut Court subdivision as “dumpy.” The Enterprise obtained the messages through a public records request for texts to town Commissioner Brent Cone.

TOWN OF SPRING HOPE

Mayor hopeful: Use zoning to block sub-$300K ‘starter homes’

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 26, 2021

SPRING HOPE — A mayoral candidate envisions a future utopia for the town many current residents and ...

This illustration reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses.

CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

Delta variant affects NC’s younger, unvaccinated populations

By Anna Deen
| July 26, 2021

Younger, unvaccinated populations are enduring the effects of the rapidly spreading delta variant of...

CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

State: COVID cases spike in unvaccinated patients

For The Enterprise
| July 26, 2021

RALEIGH — After months of decline, North Carolina is experiencing a rapid increase in COVID-19 sprea...

Products containing delta-8 THC are often sold openly beside CBD gummies, candies and tinctures. There's no consensus on whether delta-8, which can be synthesized from legal hemp but is a close chemical cousin of the delta-9 THC that occurs naturally in marijuana, is legal to sell or possess in North Carolina.

Buyers beware: Delta-8 THC may be illegal

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 26, 2021

NASHVILLE — The legal status of delta-8 THC candy remains as ambiguous as its ingredients. “Labeling...

Southern Pines anesthesiologist James Taylor has been treating pain with complementary techniques for six years. He believes using cannabinoids will become a more accepted part of pain treatment.

Advocates: Medical marijuana could put NC in the green

By Elizabeth Green and Mona Dougani
| July 26, 2021

A bipartisan bill in the North Carolina Senate would make medical marijuana legal for people with a ...

Hassell

Police arrest 18 in sweeping drug probe

By Lindell J. Kay
| July 24, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT — City police working together with local and federal authorities have made 18 arrests a...

The Nash County Board of Elections is housed inside the Nash County Agricultural Center at 1006 Eastern Ave., Nashville.

Candidate files for Bailey town board seat

From staff reports
| July 24, 2021

NASHVILLE — Southern Nash County voters will see at least one candidate’s name for every office on t...

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