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Showing 2 articles from October 1, 2015.

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Breaking News: Novant closing Franklin Medical Center Oct. 16

LOUISBURG -- Novant Health Franklin Medical Center will close its doors next week.
The news comes after an apparent failed attempt to sell the hospital during the spring and summer and about a year after Novant gutted its staff and closed three primary care practices.
Louisburg Town Councilman Boyd Sturges and County Commission Chairman Sidney Dunston confirmed they met with Novant Health officials, confirming the closure.


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Louisburg Shut Out By Eagles
Louisburg Shut Out By Eagles

WARRENTON -- One football coaching milestone was achieved Thursday, while another one proved to be exceedingly elusive.
The first home victory for Warren County coach Terrance McCormick was one to remember as the WCHS braved the brutal weather and shut out the Louisburg Warriors by a 12-0 tally in the final non-conference contest for both clubs.
McCormick's club heads into Northern Carolina Conference action with a 2-4 mark, while Louisburg dropped to 0-6 as first-year skipper Dontae Lassiter is still searching for his initial triumph in charge of the rebuilding program.


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