From the monthly archives: October 2014

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Harambee: A Tradition of Positive Race Relations in Rocky Mount, NC

Positive Race Relations in Rocky Mount, NC

The call of the fisherman may not be heard in Rocky Mount, North Carolina,  but the spirit of Harambee echoes through the streets with jazz, traditional drums, and a spirit of community during the city’s annual Harambee Festival.

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Revitalization: Blazing a New Trail in Rocky Mount, NC

Rocky Mount NC Rail Trails

Rocky Mount’s mile-long railway spur has been out of use for some time, but that all could change soon with the creation of a rail trail. This former mill town is rebuilding itself in a variety of ways, but this most recent revitalization possibility will revive its tobacco and cotton mill roots while providing additional outdoor activities for residents and tourists. Read about it here!

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More Recognition for Rocky Mount Public Utilities

Rocky Mount Public Utilities Awards

Rocky Mount Public Utilities has earned the prestigious Silver designation award in the American Public Gas Association’s SOAR program. See how this demonstrates Rocky Mount's commitment to safety and service!

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10 Things You Might Not Know About Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Rocky Mount, NC is a city rich in history. Check out our 10 Things You May Not Know and test your IQ of this remarkable place to live.

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Rocky Mount, NC Revitalization: Cheers to the New Brewmill Project

Rocky Mount NC Brewmill

Historic Rocky Mount Mills lies just 45 minutes away from Raleigh, halfway between New York and Miami. For years the area has been dormant, but that’s all about to change. The new Rocky Mount Brewmill will support local economic development, create jobs and breathe new life into a charming, historic mill town. Read more about the project!

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