From the monthly archives: June, 2015

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Update on Historic Tax Credits

Several months ago, Gov. Pat McCrory visited Rocky Mount, NC to help promote reinstatement of the historic preservation tax credit bill. Rocky Mount was just one of several cities across NC that benefited from the bill before it expired this year. The bill passed the NC House and headed to the Senate, where initial reports on the progress of the tax credit bill have received mixed reviews. 

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Juneteenth: A Celebration of Community Empowerment in Rocky Mount, NC

On June 19, 1865, the slaves received word that they were free, and the resulting celebration---termed “Juneteenth” --- is the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery. It has been an African-American tradition since the late 19th century. Recently, Rocky Mount kept that tradition alive through the Juneteenth Community Empowerment celebration.

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