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The Town of Nashville, Nash County and Carolina Gateway Partnership are joining forces to provide internet service to the West Nashville Commerce Park.
The three entities are providing a total of $35,000 to Suddenlink/AlticeUSA to aid in the construction of a fiber optic telecommunications line at the industrial park, which will soon receive its first tenant.
A Rocky Mount man was sentenced to 11 years in prison for possession with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine base (crack).
According to court documents, Matthew Darnell Pittman, 29, possessed with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine base (crack) in July 2017. Pittman, who has been convicted of multiple prior drug distribution offenses, also possessed a firearm.
A felony larceny was reported on 5/20/20 at 219 Regency Dr.
An obtaining property by false pretense was reported on 5/20/20 at 1205 Eastern Avenue
A simple assault was reported on 5/17/20 at 10083 Old Middlesex Road, Middlesex
A larceny after a breaking and entering and felony breaking and entering was reported on 5/21/20 at 10250 W Old Spring Hope Road, Spring Hope
A felony breaking and entering and larceny after a breaking and entering was reported on 5/22/20 at 11522 Lodge Road, Middlesex
Joshua A. Gandy; 7000 A Fuel Farm Lane; sign; $4,150
Nash UNC Health Care is adding a new layer of safety measures to protect patients, staff and visitors from the spread of COVID-19. Beginning May 26th, all patients and visitors will be issued a mask upon arrival if they do not already have one, and will be required to wear the mask while in patient care areas, unless special circumstances warrant alternative protective measures.
LEARNING GARDEN - Nashville Elementary School is planning a Learning Garden for the 2020-2021 school year. Last Friday, work began to get the garden ready, which will include a sensory garden, pollinator garden as well as an area for edibles to be planted. The purpose of the garden is to integrate outdoor education and environmental education. Nature's Caretaker donated the work to get the area ready and SAC Enterprises is donating the soil.
DON'T SAVE kittens, until you read this! Too many people "rescue" free ranging (feral) kittens that don't need rescuing (nursing). If you find kittens in a box, someone most likely dumped them there, having allowed their domesticated cat to breed. That is cruelty. Spaying cats is cheap. If the kittens are found behind a bush, it's best to closely monitor them, and see if the mother returns.
"For this is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins." (Matthew 26:28)
Jesus died for the remission of our sins. We've all heard it repeatedly in our churches and Sunday school classes. But what does the Bible mean by saying that our sins have been "remitted"?
It really is the struggle of struggles. It's what we were made for, it's what we crave, and it's what we manage to mess up in some way almost every day.
What's the struggle? The struggle for glory.
I've said many times that I believe the most important words in the Bible are the first four - "In the beginning, God..."
On Wednesday, the Coopers Elementary School 5th Grade Graduation and Farewell Parade took place. Southern Nash Middle School also held a drive-thru awards ceremony for students on the same day.
Southern Nash High School held a "Senior Parade" on May 16 to honor their graduates.
Often the resolve of Christians is to be biblical Christians, "to return to the way of the Bible" we shout. If this is the case (and I actually prefer this to be the case), where is our lamenting? To be a Bible-believing, Bible-living Christian is to lament.
We march. We protest. We enjoy the blame game as it allows us to cast shame.
A message from Pastor Gene Whitehouse of Peachtree Baptist Church.
On Sunday, May 24th, we dedicated our very first worship service we have held as "the church in worship" since March 15th to those who gave their all for their country. Everyone was reverently excited by seeing friends and church family face to face and being in the Lord's house on the Sabbath.
Rachael Anne Godwin, daughter of Robert and Anne Godwin, of Nashville, has been awarded this year's Ann MacPherson Weaver Memorial Scholarship at Rocky Mount Academy. Currently a 9th grader being homeschooled, Godwin will attend RMA in the fall on a full-tuition scholarship, valued at nearly $40,000 for three years.
North Carolina Coastal Pines recently announced that Daniella McCready of Spring Hope is the Nash top seller for the 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program. McCready sold 2,415 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in the annual cookie program that ended in March. Cara Cotugno of Nashville, placed second with 2,300 boxes sold and Samia Bulluck of Rocky Mount, placed third with 2,211 boxes sold. The 2020 Cookie Program was held January 11-March 1, 2020.
Nash Community College has announced its 2020 High School Equivalency graduates. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the commencement ceremony previously scheduled for Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 6:00 PM in the Nash Community College Brown Auditorium, will be rescheduled later in the year.
"What an accomplishment," NCC President Lew Hunnicutt said.
A Nash County resident is among 26 North Carolina students named recipients of 2020 N.C. State Fair Youth Livestock Scholarships, Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler recently announced.
The scholarships are designed for high school seniors and students currently enrolled in an institute of higher education who have participated in the junior livestock or market turkey shows at the N.C. State Fair.
Landon Alford announces his college plans while riding in Nash Central High School's parade Tuesday.
Amber Silver is all smiles while riding in the parade to celebrate Nash Central High School's Class of 2020.
Nash Central High School English Teacher Carolina Trull waves to her students during the parade Tuesday.