Rocky Mount is the name of:
- Rocky Mount, Alabama
- Rocky Mount, Georgia
- Rocky Mount, Missouri
- Rocky Mount, North Carolina
- Rocky Mount (Amtrak station)
- Rocky Mount Athletic Complex
- Rocky Mount High School
- Rocky Mount Instruments
- Rocky Mount metropolitan area
- Rocky Mount Mills
- Rocky Mount Youth Area Soccer Association
- Rocky Mount-Wilson Regional Airport
- Rocky Mount, Tennessee, historic first capital of the Southwest Territory
- Rocky Mount, Virginia
- USS Rocky Mount (AGC-3)
Other articles related to "rocky mount":
... County, the route orbits around the city of Rocky Mount, bypassing it, and turning west to meet US 301 in Whitakers after crossing the Nash County line ... The terminus is located north of Dortches and Rocky Mount, southwest of Enfield, and northeast of Red Oak ...
... Barnes is an ordained minister native son of Rocky Mount, North Carolina ... He was born on March 10, 1954 and has three brothers, Samuel Barnes (Rocky Mount), Melvin Barnes (Knightdale), Tony Bernard Barnes (Rocky Mount) ...
... Rocky Mount is an unincorporated community in eastern Morgan County, Missouri, United States ... Villages Gravois Mills Laurie Sunrise Beach‡ Unincorporated communities Florence Rocky Mount Footnotes ‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties Coordinates 38°16′16″N ...
... Heights, Illinois 1987 - Marian Catholic High School - Chicago Heights, Illinois 1986 - Rocky Mount Senior High School - Rocky Mount, North Carolina 1985 - Marian ...
... The Rocky Mount Pines were a Minor League Baseball team located in Rocky Mount, North Carolina that competed in the Class A Advanced Carolina League for the 1980 season ... led by manager Mal Fichman, and represented the return of professional baseball to Rocky Mount since the departure of the Rocky Mount Phillies in 1975 ...
Famous quotes related to rocky mount:
“Who will join in the march to the Rocky Mountains with me, a sort of high-pressure-double-cylinder-go-it-ahead-forty-wildcats- tearin sort of a feller?... Git out of this warming-pan, ye holly-hocks, and go out to the West where you may be seen.”
—Administration in the State of Miss, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)