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Eliza Mae Day fundraiser

AHOSKIE – Eliza Mae’s Closet, a children’s and women’s boutique store located at 905 East Memorial Drive in Ahoskie, held its inaugural Eliza Mae Day ... Read more

6 months ago by Cal Bryant.

Deal named new superintendent at Peanut Belt Research Station

LEWISTON-WOODVILLE – Stephen Creig Deal has been named superintendent of the Peanut Belt Research Station at Lewiston-Woodville. Before taking on this new role, the Pinetops ... Read more

7 months ago by Contributor.

Roanoke Electric Co-op linemen receive President’s Volunteer Service Award

AHOSKIE – Jamie Elliott and Russ Flythe, along with 12 other linemen from North Carolina’s electric cooperatives, recently received the President’s Volunteer Service Award. On ... Read more

8 months ago by Contributor.

Holloman, Hodges retire from Enviva

Local duo were among first hires at Ahoskie mill Read more

9 months ago by Contributor.

Peoples opens real estate academy

Kayla K. Peoples is bringing a new fire to the real estate industry. The R-C area native has founded The Peoples Real Estate Academy (TPREA), ... Read more

10 months ago by Contributor.

Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital names Brian White as marketing director

AHOSKIE – Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital announces that Brian White, Director of Strategic Operations, has been named director for the office of communications and marketing. He ... Read more

10 months ago by Contributor.

Roanoke Electric Co-op announces ‘Broadband & Beyond’ webinar series

Roanoke Electric Cooperative has announced a series of webinars to provide an update on its planned broadband rollout and share timely information on ways to ... Read more

12 months ago by Contributor.

Paycheck Protection Program processes over 250,000 applications

Since the launch of the SBA Paycheck Protection Program on Friday, April 3, North Carolina bankers worked through the weekend and around the clock processing ... Read more

1 year ago by Contributor.

Wynn addresses electric co-op leaders at national conference

NEW ORLEANS, LA – Electric cooperatives must go beyond being members’ trusted energy advisers to become “trusted energy investors” that offer innovative solutions accessible to ... Read more

1 year ago by Contributor.

Perdue Farms becomes U.S. first poultry to gain GreenCircle Zero Waste to Landfill certification

Lewiston harvest operation diverts more than 8.3 million pounds of waste in 2019 Read more

1 year ago by Contributor.

Sustainable Forestry and Land Retention Project announces financial assistance for forest landowners

AHOSKIE – Financial assistance for forest landowners in northeastern North Carolina is available through two programs, one of which has a March 6 application deadline, ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

Woodland Management Seminar set for Jan. 23

WINDSOR – The NC Cooperative Extension Service, Bertie Center and NC Forest Service, are offering a Woodland Management Seminar at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

Woodland Primary Care opens Nov. 19

New medical facility named in memory of Dr. John H. Stanley Read more

1 year ago by Staff Reports.

Gallery Theatre benefits from generosity of local business

John Masters donates five-ton Maytag HVAC unit Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

REC linemen help bring electricity to residents of small village in Bolivia

LAPHIA, BOLIVIA – Two Roanoke Electric Co-op linemen, Jamie Elliot and Russell (“Russ”) Flythe, have joined an elite team of 13 volunteers, representing seven North ... Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

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