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Replace the Confederate statue? (93 Views)
'Road rage' blamed in toddler's death (83 Views)
Mother killed in head-on crash; Nash man charged (79 Views)
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Election races shaped up in all area towns (67 Views)
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LHS athletic complex takes huge step forward (64 Views)
Tapping tourism's potential: How one county does it (63 Views)
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Driver faces more charges in child's death (58 Views)
Fired principal sues school system (58 Views)
Multi-agency raids target gangs; six suspects arrested (57 Views)
Thieves hit credit union twice in a week (53 Views)
Is county's water tap connected to anything? (52 Views)
Louisburg authorities investigate house fire (52 Views)
Now, there's something to do in Franklin County (51 Views)
Convenience stores target of authorities (51 Views)
Are we numb to violence? (49 Views)
State records offer little insight into cattle issue (48 Views)
Latest NCDOT plan fully funds U.S. 401 (48 Views)
Don't allow road rage to go from bad to worse (47 Views)
Who is serving Franklin County? (47 Views)
Adult care lawsuit will stay in court (45 Views)
Youngsville's future: bright, but challenging (43 Views)
What does it take to learn from a mistake? (43 Views)
New public utilities director is selected; will begin Aug. 21 (43 Views)
It's not too soon to begin pondering local elections (41 Views)
In-county task force to battle gang activity (40 Views)
Faces of addiction: Diverse but too common (40 Views)
HISTORY REVISITED (39 Views)
Good times bubble up in summer! (38 Views)
No excuses: Spend our money, bring us results! (35 Views)
A Molotov cocktail of race, hate, can happen anywhere, even here (35 Views)
From cotton mill to apartments, construction almost within sight (34 Views)
Five local ladies receive scholarships from sorority (33 Views)
Joining forces to battle opioids (33 Views)
Wedding vows exchanged (32 Views)
Property tax bills mailed; reval is near (32 Views)
Outer Banks power outage lawsuit filed in blink of an eye (31 Views)
Like horses? Just be one of the herd (30 Views)
A window into Franklin County in 1810 (30 Views)
Paige Sayles honored for volunteerism (30 Views)
Economic impact of horses is huge (29 Views)
Battling addiction: Forum offers 'A Spark of Hope' (28 Views)
A 'night out' offers fun and fellowship (28 Views)
Warriors look for big year (28 Views)
NEW ERA KICKS OFF (27 Views)
Franklin County native honored at Tony Awards (27 Views)
TIMES ... THEY ARE A CHANGIN'! (27 Views)
County's new utility czar gets dirty water greeting (26 Views)
Tax plan: Robin Hood in reverse (26 Views)
DJ runs to glory for East (25 Views)
So-o-o, what's for dinner? (25 Views)
Common sense, respect could make roads safer (25 Views)
Schools delay dismissal times because of eclipse (25 Views)
Towns prep for National Night Out (24 Views)
OFF FOR A FACE LIFT (23 Views)
Louisburg College honors outgoing alumni president (23 Views)
TURN UP THE HEAT (23 Views)
New assistant principal named at Laurel Mill (23 Views)
Shooting suspect appears in court (23 Views)
Youngsville police send out an invite for coffee, conversation (22 Views)
Airport wants to avoid label as playground for 'rich boys with planes' (22 Views)
LHS Class of '17 graduate receives alumni scholarship (21 Views)
Student serves as page (21 Views)
Backpack program launches (21 Views)
States Await For Stars (21 Views)
STUPENDOUS CATCH (21 Views)
Local historic survey leadership changes (21 Views)
Gasoline fire burns two teens (21 Views)
Prepared To Defend (20 Views)
Bunn alumni event is called off (20 Views)
BIG YEAR AHEAD (20 Views)
Strong Summer (19 Views)
Bunn spikers will open Aug. 15 (19 Views)
A FIT TEAM IS A GOOD TEAM (19 Views)
THE JOURNEE CONTINUES (19 Views)
60th de Hart concert season opens Aug. 19 (19 Views)
Red Rams picked 6th in BE poll (19 Views)
Links event held at River (18 Views)
MIGHTY CUT (18 Views)
Six graduates of VGCC's Child Care Center recently honored (18 Views)
SAUNDERS SOARS (18 Views)
Grid events are targeted (18 Views)
Rams to open versus SG (18 Views)
Man sentenced in shooting (18 Views)
Indian Affairs' teen summit set for August (17 Views)
PLAYOFFS LOOM (17 Views)
Editorial Cartoon: Sessions Flogging (17 Views)
E-W INFLUENCE (17 Views)