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Breaking News: Franklinton shooting puts victim in hospital

FRANKLINTON -- Franklin County sheriff's deputies are looking for a suspect in a shooting this week.
Michael J. Crudup, 20, of Wendell, reported the evening of April 15 that he had been shot.
He was taken to WakeMed where he was being treated at week's end for a non life-threatening gunshot wound to the upper body.


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Public art with a message of unity
Public art with a message of unity

LOUISBURG -- Downtown Louisburg will soon be home to a huge example of public art that its artist-designer hopes will bring the county closer together in unity.
The project began last fall when Louisburg College President Dr. Mark La Branche challenged art professor Will Hinton to design, create and install a piece of art that "would speak to the connection and growth of our college, our community and our county."


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Is a new town hall in Y'ville's future?

YOUNGSVILLE -- Town commissioners tasked staff with figuring out a plan to overhaul Youngsville Town Hall.
During the board's April 9 meeting, Town Administrator Bill Tatum told commissioners that a leak on the backside of the building is causing trouble.
Basically, he said, roofs on both town hall and the Youngsville Police Department are "rotting," and estimates have been placed at between $30,000 to $40,000 to replace them.


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Cameras gain favor with police
Cameras gain favor with police

RALEIGH -- Bills in the General Assembly and interactions on gritty streets could combine to make police body cameras a reality in the near future.
Last week, legislators began discussing two bills that would help pay for half of the state's officers to be equipped with body cameras.


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Benevolent buddies the real deal!

Kids say -- and do -- the darnedest things.
Two 10-year-old buddies did something over the weekend that left folks scratching their heads in amazement at their generosity.
The two boys, Davis Ellis and Charlie Grant, attended the Embers music concert at Louisburg College Friday evening -- and were "drafted" into helping with a drawing for prize money.


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Franklin Faces
Franklin Faces

Emma Brown and Angelina Brown


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