Main Street Roanoke Rapids has made significant strides in the last fiscal year, its development director, Christina Caudle, said in her annual report this evening.
With demolition slated in June, ideas are being formulated on what to do with the green space left in the aftermath of the razing of 1026 Roanoke Avenue.
Tickets sales are doing well for the second annual Roanoke Rapids Seafood and Shag Festival, reports Christina Caudle, the city's Main Street Development director.
Roanoke Rapids City Council this evening recognized the Main Street program for its designation as an accredited National Main Street Program.
As it moves forward, the Roanoke Avenue Business Alliance will be branded as Main Street Roanoke Rapids, city Main Street Development Director Christina Caudle said.