Tag: Main Street Rocky Mount
A Zillion People of Rocky Mount, NC Making a Difference.
I'm reading another book, Roosevelt and Churchill: Men of Secrets by David Stafford. It is about World War II, British espionage and twentieth-century intelligence. A Goodreads review says the book 'provides a great backdrop into the friendship and covert chess match between FDR and Churchill’ Those of you who love to read an author like … Continue reading A Zillion People of Rocky Mount, NC Making a Difference.
Time to Discuss the Position of Rocky Mount’s Downtown Development Manager
I'm late, I'm late forA very important date.No time to say hello, good-bye,I'm late, I'm late, I'm late -Alice in Wonderland Public Relations Director Kirk Brown said earlier,"August 1, '22 is the target date to have the Downtown and Business Development staff in place at 132 S.W. Main, to start serving the public." I'm told … Continue reading Time to Discuss the Position of Rocky Mount’s Downtown Development Manager
Small Rocky Mount Businesses Make Our World Go Around
"Make the little stuff work and the big stuff will happen" - Dan Bongino Dan Bongino wasn't on the news talking about small business in Rocky Mount, but his quote suits my purpose. The Chamber of Commerce is honoring small businesses this week. In the last two days my errands have taken me into a … Continue reading Small Rocky Mount Businesses Make Our World Go Around
‘A Spot of Bother’ Over The Downtown Development Office Moving to Main Street Rocky Mount NC
The Future Downtown Business Development Office Will Be Located at 132 S.W. Main Street Photo: William West Telegram Article. A Fine Facade restoration/saving of this Commercial Building 'A spot of bother' indeed over the cost of moving, and maintaining an office in a building the city does not own. From my point of view, I … Continue reading ‘A Spot of Bother’ Over The Downtown Development Office Moving to Main Street Rocky Mount NC
Rocky Mount, NC: Andre Knight Can’t Catch a Break
Perhaps you agree with me that life is not a laughing matter right now. Filling a gas tank cost me $72.00, a grocery bill for one person cost as much as I once paid to feed six young children and two adults. You know the litany of woes I could mention, so I won't. I … Continue reading Rocky Mount, NC: Andre Knight Can’t Catch a Break