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Speakers share Green Book experiences
07/19/2021
The Maria V. Howard Arts Center at the Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences will hold a series of programs as an extension of its exhibit, “Navigating Jim Crow: The Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina.” The exhibit will be displayed until Aug. 13 and highlights Green Book listings specific to Rocky Mount.
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City to hold series of virtual Town Hall sessions
05/20/2021
The city of Rocky Mount will hold the first in a series of virtual Town Hall sessions -- #RockyMount4All -- at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25. The first session will focus on Downtown Development. Speakers will include City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney, Downtown Development Manager Kevin Harris, Rocky Mount Chamber of Commerce CEO David Farris, Dr. Lisa Nelson-Robinson of Rocky Mount Renaissance, and real estate developer Ben Braddock.
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Tar River Transit offering free vaccination appointment service
02/16/2021
To assist with COVID-19 vaccination opportunities, the city’s Tar River Transit service is offering free rides to those with scheduled appointments to "drive-up" sites.
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City campaign encourages face coverings
08/14/2020
The city of Rocky Mount has launched the Rock the Mask Rocky Mount! Campaign featuring the Mayor and City Council members to encourage citizens, visitors and other travelers to wear face coverings in public. As part of the campaign, two vinyl and one digital billboard were recently installed, along with an online media campaign encompassing social media and email marketing. The Rock the Mask! billboards are located on eastbound Highway 64 just past the Atlantic Avenue on-ramp, Benvenue Road near Hunter Hill Road and on Winstead Avenue near the Highway 64 interchange.
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Nominations open for City Manager’s Award
02/25/2020
City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney is accepting nominations from employees and citizens for the first installment of the City Manager’s Award, which will be presented to city of Rocky Mount employees who best exemplify the organization’s core values of Customer-Centered Service, Professionalism, Respect, Teamwork & Leadership and Supportive Work Environment.
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