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Officers continue probing homicide
(L-R) Miller, Piper
Officers continue probing homicide

LOUISBURG -- Two Louisburg teens charged with second degree murder are slated to appear in court next week.
Franklin County sheriff's deputies arrested Gavin Lloyd Miller, 18, and 19-year-old Dillon Thomas Piper in connection with the death of Hamilton Mathias Woods Jr., 19.
According to authorities, the teens had gathered with others in the Kerigon Lane cul-de-sac to watch two girls fight during the early morning hours of Jan. 29.


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<i>Louisburg still looking to get Depot Hill project on track</i>
Louisburg still looking to get Depot Hill project on track

LOUISBURG -- After about 45 minutes of public input, the Louisburg Town Council still doesn't have clear direction on how to develop its Depot Hill project.
Mayor Christopher Neal, though, said the dialogue will continue.
"Thank you citizens," Neal said at the end of the meeting to a heavily populated meeting space at the town's Operations Center on Industrial Drive.


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County begins budget process with a forum
County begins budget process with a forum

LOUISBURG -- County department heads will start submitting their personnel request to human resources and finance staff this month.
Its the next step in a budget process that County Manager Kim Denton laid out to commissioners and the public during the board's budget forum on Jan. 26.
During the forum, Denton shared with the board the schedule by which staff and officials will examine, review and approve the budget, as well as outlining the factors that will impact the county's 2023-24 spending plan.


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Animal Services board back after years-long wait

LOUISBURG -- Franklin County's Animal Services Advisory Board got off to a slow start, as it didn't have all its members in attendance and they didn't elect officers.
But, it did two things expected to give it a better grasp of their task:


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FRANKLIN FACE
FRANKLIN FACE

King Bryant, winner of the first annual Billiards Tourney, Franklinton Senior Center


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