This Week In Review Local Politics


Rocky Mount NC – Community Facility – It looks like the City Council not the Community Council voted unanimously on moving forward with the progress downtown. Well I guess this dispels the myth that it is an Andre Knight and the black council members thing.

What tickles the hell out of me is all of the comparisons that the Community Council keep putting out there about what other towns are doing and have done and ain’t done. But how in the hell do they know what can be done in Rocky Mount until it is done?

Cleared of embezzlement, ex-Princeville mayor facing Medicaid fraud allegation – WRALPRINCEVILLE, N.C. — A jubilant Priscilla Everette-Oates proclaimed her innocence Tuesday on the steps of the Edgecombe County Courthouse, six days after prosecutors dropped embezzlement charges against the former Princeville mayor.

(Video) Ignant Column: Former Princeville Commissioner Calvin Sherrod Came To Princeville Town Meeting To Ask Them To Apologize To The Former Mayor Priscilla Everette-Oates Because The Charges Were Dropped Against Her – Damn here we go again former Commissioner Sherrod had the audacity to come to the meeting to ask the commissioners to apologize to former Mayor Priscilla Everette-Oates. He said I know ya’ll been looking at the news and ya’ll need to look her in the face and apologize. He said and Calvin Adkins former employee with the Daily Southerner and the Edgecombe Tribune and now interim town clerk, you used to work for the newspaper and you need to apologize too. I know you were just writing the story but it was not right. Sherrod said there will be a press conference tomorrow and Everette-Oates will probably sue some folks.

Officials say mental illness spurred fatal shooting spree – Rocky Mount TelegramThe Political Agitator response: Well the rumor mill ain’t gonna want to hear this because this is not what they wanted it to be. Like I said a couple of days ago, no matter what information is released nothing is going to bring all of the persons whom lost their lives back. This is just a sad situation that all of the families will endure losing family members that were dear to them.

TARBORO – Authorities released a statement Monday indicating mental illness was the catalyst for a man gunning down three people on Feb. 28.

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