Another Reason To Save Rocky Mount’s Boarded Homes

The backstory to this post is The Robert E. Lee Monument; the historic statue dedicated to Confederate General Robert E. Lee by noted American sculptor Alexander Doyle. It was removed (intact) by official order and moved to an unknown location on May 19, 2017. The monument was listed on the National Register of Historic Places … Continue reading Another Reason To Save Rocky Mount’s Boarded Homes

Making Their Home In Rocky Mount -Carole Mehle

Carole Mehle An artist, a writer, Carole Mehle is a Rocky Mount native with a drive and dedication that contributes everyday to the place she calls home. She graduated from Rocky Mount High School and laughingly says, "I teach to support my art habit." Edgecombe Community College, the Rocky Mount campus, is lucky to have … Continue reading Making Their Home In Rocky Mount -Carole Mehle

Making Their Home in Rocky Mount

Robin Owens Latham Robin is a bright, articulate, native born Rocky Mount woman, who is living and working in a place she has always called home. One reason she remains is to live close to her family. Robin has memories of ¬†accompanying her grandmother on errands downtown Rocky Mount, stopping at Almands to pick up … Continue reading Making Their Home in Rocky Mount