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Busy municipal election season has taken shape

LOUISBURG -- The municipal filing period ended at noon Friday with a crowded field for Louisburg mayor, the Franklinton Board of Commissioners and some other town boards.
In Louisburg, incumbent council members Boyd Sturges and Christopher Neal have filed for the mayor's seat, a post that's up for grabs after incumbent Mayor Karl Pernell opted not to seek re-election.


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<i>If county says 'go,' Youngsville is ready with downtown project</i>
If county says 'go,' Youngsville is ready with downtown project

YOUNGSVILLE -- Town commissioners agreed to contract with a Wake Forest company to complete its long-awaited downtown improvement project.
The three-part project will be a total go when Franklin County signs off on its portion of the project, a water/sewer upgrade, to be done in tandem.
County commissioners are expected to take up the matter during its Aug. 2 meeting.


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Youngsville man is facing sex charges

WAKE FOREST -- A Youngsville man is slated to appear in court next month on charges of child sex crimes and kidnapping.
Wake Forest Police arrested 63-year-old Raymond Leonard Mancini on July 17, a day after they allege he assaulted an 11-year-old girl in a Walmart on S. Main Street.
Officers responded to the store just before 10 p.m.


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Zoning change eyed for Hardee's in Bunn

BUNN -- The town's planning board recommended a zoning change that would pave the way for a potential Hardee's restaurant.
Boddie Noell Enterprises has petitioned the town to change a 1.72-acre lot at the southwest corner of Main Street and Warren Avenue from Downtown Commercial to Highway Commercial.


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<i>Promoted in Asheville</i>
Promoted in Asheville

BUNN HIGH GRAD NOW CHIEF. Patrick Lamont Crudup has just achieved the rank of Division Chief of the Asheville Fire Department, making him the highest ranking African American in the history of the Asheville Fire Department. Along with achieving this title, Chief Crudup is a proud father of three daughters, Brianna, Kali and Zion, a step-son DeRodra and a doting grandfather to Jett.


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