TARBORO — The Vidant Edgecombe Hospital Volunteers are a huge asset to the hospital. Not only do they spend countless hours volunteering their time in various departments throughout the hospital, but also contribute to many programs and services within Vidant Edgecombe. Pictured is President of the Vidant Edgecombe Volunteers Eleanor Edge (middle) presenting a $10,000 monetary gift to hospital president Patrick Heins (right), along with Manager of Volunteer Services Amy Dixon (left) in support of this year's annual gala benefitting the emergency department expansion project. The emergency department expansion project will increase treatment rooms from nine to 19 and will add an additional 6,000 feet.
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Tarboro Town Council approves new residency requirements
The controversial department head residency ordinance debate may have been put to rest Monday when Tarboro Town Council voted 6-2 to revise the policy after a public hearing on the issue.
Board of education approves calendar, proposed budget, hears global school presentation
The Edgecombe County Board of Education turned its attention to the upcoming year at its Monday evening meeting.
Recycle, shredding event Saturday
Edgecombe County residents will have a chance to dispose of those hard-to-get-rid-of and sensitive items Saturday in Tarboro.
Gas prices jump almost 30 cents
While the start of spring has brought a welcomed increase in temperatures, it has also brought an unwelcome increase in gas prices.
Residency controversy to be confronted by Town Council
The Tarboro Town Council is expecting to vote on a controversial residency policy for employees during its regularly scheduled meeting 7 p.m. today.
Shelter merger should be priority
Partnership was the main topic of discussion at an animal advocacy group Thursday evening.
Budget tops Board Of Education agenda
A vote on the 2014-15 proposed budget is on the agenda for the Edgecombe County Board of Education meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the boardroom at 412 Pearl St.
‘Good training’ credited for bringing 2012 suspects to justice
Two Rocky Mount men were sentenced to at least 17 years in prison by a jury in Edgecombe County Superior Court Thursday for severely beaten and robbing a man in August 2012.
Common in hunt for state honor
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Rotary gets update on Glenoit Fabric
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