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The DeLeon Carter Foundation presents a $2,000 grant to the Nash County Farmers Market in Nashville for programs like “How ‘Bout Them Apples?” Members of the foundation's board of directors are pictured from left: Lank Dunton, Pam Larimer, Sandy Hall, Gus Tulloss, Maurine Brown, George Whitaker, Joe Edwards and Vince Durham.

Grant underwrites farmers market programs

For The Enterprise
| October 18, 2021

NASHVILLE — The Nash County Farmers Market received a $2,000 grant from the DeLeon Carter Foundation...

Lifelong actress Maureen Mountcastle poses for a portrait at Port City Films studio in Wilmington on Oct. 6.

Plot twist or tease? NC film industry shows signs of resilience

By Arturo Pineda
| October 18, 2021

North Carolina’s film industry is on the cusp of a major turning point. Various film and television ...

A grant will help the Tobacco Farm Life Museum in Kenly launch a living history program with costumed interpreters.

Museum to launch living history program

Johnstonian News
| October 18, 2021

KENLY — The Tobacco Farm Life Museum has received a federal grant to create a living history program...

This aerial photograph shows the lot at 314 Chaplin St. that Ford Associates wanted to split into three parcels.

Wendell rejects bid to add homes to existing lot

By Amber Revels-Stocks
| October 18, 2021

WENDELL — The Wendell Board of Commissioners on Oct. 11 unanimously rejected a rezoning request that...

Dr. Kimberly Foca hangs out with an exotic friend at Wendell Animal Hospital.

Animal hospital opens in Wendell

The Wake Weekly
| October 18, 2021

WENDELL — A new animal hospital in Wendell celebrated its grand opening on Oct. 9. Wendell Animal Ho...

Lt. Felix Killette guards Daebrian Harris while Paul Engran watches during a recent pickup basketball game during open gym at the Zebulon Community Center.

Zebulon police officers shoot hoops with teens

By Amber Revels-Stocks
| October 18, 2021

ZEBULON — It’s not uncommon to find people playing basketball at the Zebulon Community Center, but o...

Jordan

Police: Man kills roommate, calls 911 to report himself

The Wake Weekly
| October 18, 2021

ZEBULON — A Zebulon man accused of killing his roommate called 911 to turn himself in, according to ...

Eagles

Former Rolesville mayor dies

The Wake Weekly
| October 18, 2021

ROLESVILLE — Former Rolesville Mayor Frank Eagles died Thursday. “With great sadness, Mayor Frank Ea...

375th Quartermaster Company commander Capt. Elizabeth Mamay, center right, hands the company guidon to 1st Sgt. Karen Strauss during a Saturday activation ceremony.

Army Reserve activates 1st field feeding company

By Drew C. Wilson
| October 18, 2021

WILSON — The country’s first U.S. Army Reserve field feeding company activated Saturday at Wilson’s ...

Hayworth

Knightdale police officer killed in I-540 crash

The Wake Weekly
| October 18, 2021

KNIGHTDALE — A police officer was killed and others were seriously injured early Sunday in a crash o...

Jon Jefferys, front, and Ron Sullivan cook barbecue for St. Mary Church during Saturday's Pig at the Depot cook-off in Spring Hope.

Depot Park cook-off draws crowd

By Lindell J. Kay
| October 18, 2021

SPRING HOPE — In perhaps the largest non-Pumpkin Festival event at Depot Park in years, several loca...

Ryan Hayworth

Officer dies in crash

From staff reports
| October 17, 2021

KNIGHTDALE — A police officer was killed and others were seriously injured early Sunday morning in a...

Roglio

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Missing Raleigh woman matched to body in Durham

By Lindell J. Kay
| October 18, 2021

DURHAM — For the third time this year, a group of volunteers has used forensic genealogy to help au...

Wilson man accused of Nash County business break-ins

By Lindell J. Kay
| October 18, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT — Nash County authorities have locked up a Wilson man accused in a bevy of business brea...

Humana expands Medicare plans to Nash, surrounding counties

For The Enterprise
| October 16, 2021

GREENVILLE — Health insurer Humana Inc. is introducing Medicare Advantage PPO plans in rural communi...

Reginald Speight, top left, is the new USDA Rural Development state director for North Carolina, while Bob Etheridge, top right, is the state’s new USDA Farm Service Agency director. Victor Armstrong, bottom left, is the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services’ new chief equity officer. Angela Bryant, bottom left, will work with Armstrong as the NCDHHS’ assistant secretary for equity and inclusion.

Butterfield congratulates officials on appointments

From staff reports
| October 16, 2021

Rep. G.K. Butterfield recently congratulated two U.S. Department of Agriculture appointees and two N...

Whitehurst

Providence Bank posts record 3rd-quarter earnings

From staff reports
| October 16, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT — Providence Bank reported record third-quarter earnings on Friday, posting nearly a 45%...

The Gov. Charles B. Aycock Birthplace State Historic Site will be decked out with seasonal decor during its family-friendly Halloween event on Oct. 30.

Aycock Birthplace to host Halloween festivities

For The Enterprise
| October 16, 2021

FREMONT — The Gov. Charles B. Aycock Birthplace State Historic Site will host family-friendly Hallow...

Barnes

Barnes wins friendly wager on Firebirds game

By Lindell J. Kay
| October 18, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT — Mayor Sandy Roberson owes state Sen. Lisa Barnes a meal at the Mills. “Congratulations...

City cops seek shooting suspect

From staff reports
| October 18, 2021

ROCKY MOUNT -— City police are investigating a shooting that left a man severely injured. Officers ...


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