North Carolina’s power-supplying cities, including Wilson, need to become more competitive in price with the state’s private utilities, ElectriCities CEO T. Graham Edwards said Monday.
But narrowing that difference will take years, not months.
"How do you move an elephant? An inch at a time," Edwards said during the Wilson Rotary Club’s meeting. (Wilson Daily Times)
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More than 200 local residents were on hand Saturday to kick off beGlobal’s first Community Day in Pinetops.
The two-year-old nonprofit organization held the day of activities for young children at the Old Sparta Community Center. Activities included kickball, flag football and (Rocky Mount Telegram)
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