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<i>Small hole, big problem</i>
Small hole, big problem

STOP! A portion of Terrell Lane in Louisburg was closed last week when heavy rains overwhelmed a utility pipe, creating a deep sinkhole on the two-lane road. No injuries were reported because of the collapse, but the section of road near Terrell Lane Middle School remains closed to through traffic. According to State Department of Transportation staff, they anticipate installing a larger pipe and repairing the road, having it open to traffic by the end of April.


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<i>Local man helping bring 'Comfort' to New York residents</i>
Local man helping bring 'Comfort' to New York residents

NEW YORK -- Hospital Corpsman Carson Sayles of Louisburg arrived in New York harbor Monday morning, aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort, one of the US Navy's floating hospitals.
Sayles is part of a relief deployment to help hard hit New York deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Tip leads to three drug arrests
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Tip leads to three drug arrests

BUNN -- An alert citizen, sheriff's deputies and prison staff combined to arrest three people they allege tried to get drugs into the Franklin Correctional Center.
On March 27, someone called the sheriff's office, telling authorities they saw a vehicle stop in front of Franklin Correctional Center and a passenger got out and threw an object over the fence.


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