Welcome Visitor
Sun, Nov 18, 2018
684 members
FRONT PAGE
COMMUNITY NEWS
OPINIONS/EDITORIALS
LIFESTYLES
SCHOOLS/EDUCATION
OBITUARIES
BUSINESS
SPORTS
PREP FOOTBALL
FRANKLIN FACTS
CHURCH NEWS
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
MOST POPULAR
SEARCH ARTICLES
PAST ISSUES
SITE MAP
JOIN THE FT WEB SITE
LOGIN
LOGOUT
WHO'S ONLINE
EDIT YOUR PROFILE
MAKE US YOUR HOME PAGE
Greater Franklin Co. Chamber of Commerce
Franklin County, North Carolina
Franklin County Schools
Franklin Co. Arts Council
Franklin County Boys & Girls Club
Franklin County Library
Franklin Co. Relay for Life
World Overcomers Bible College
Five County Mental Health Authority
Franklin Co. Democrats
Franklin Co. Republicans
Franklin Co. Parks and Recreation
Youngsville Parks & Recreation
Bunn Youth Recreational League
Louisburg College
Vance Granville College
Crosscreek Charter School
Guardian ad Litem Program
N.C. General Assembly
North Carolina Government
Safe Space, Inc.
National Whistlers Convention
SPORTS LINKS
YOUTH LINKS
Great day for breaking ground!
Great day for breaking ground!

LOUISBURG -- Skies were grey and droplets fell from the heavens Tuesday morning, making visibility pretty tough.
But it wasn't the weather that had many gathered near U.S. 401 thinking they'd never see this day -- it was the decades of unfulfilled promises, near misses and inactivity that clouded the prospect of seeing significant U.S. 401 improvements in Franklin County.


Read More | Post Comment
<i>Maria Parham Franklin starts on 20-bed addition</i>
Maria Parham Franklin starts on 20-bed addition

LOUISBURG -- Duke Lifepoint and Maria Parham officials broke ground on a facility that will address a pressing need in the area and region -- mental health.
Maria Parham Franklin opened its doors in October, providing emergency room and lab services, along with geriatric behavioral care -- psychiatric health care for those 55 and older.


Read More | Post Comment
<i>Vets passed 'hearing tests,' answered nation's call</i>
Oldest veteran, Calvin H. Spann, was honored
Vets passed 'hearing tests,' answered nation's call

LOUISBURG -- To be fair, the acoustics in the National Guard Armory aren't the greatest.
However, any serviceman or servicewoman who has passed through one, or any like it, certainly has good hearing.
That's because, Franklin County Veterans' Day celebration speaker Ret. Col. Archie Taylor Jr. said, veterans have always heard and answered the call to service.


Read More | Post Comment
FRANKLIN FACE
FRANKLIN FACE

Veterans Day singer Whitley Lynn


Read More | Post Comment

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: