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Franklinton takes aim at improving its downtown area

FRANKLINTON -- The town's Board of Commissioners adopted an initiative to spur downtown development.
The five-prong approach, which will be deployed over the next six months, will be pivotal in reviving the area, said Town Manager Gregory Bethea.
"We're at a critical stage," Bethea said. "We've had fits and starts with activity there. Now, we're starting to see some activity with commercial development. To spur that along, we've got five new policies that we want to start over the next six months."


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Airman receives awards

A Louisburg native has been recognized for her service. Air Force Airman 1st Class Leilani M. Strickland has been named the 2nd Maintenance Squadron's Highlighted Airman.
Selection was based on the Strickland's exemplary duty performance, job knowledge, leadership qualities, teamwork ethic, personal achievements and record of supporting and serving the community.


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<i>A day of fun, sun and vintage vehicles</i>
A day of fun, sun and vintage vehicles

FALL FUN. For adults, auctioneer Henry Nelms auctioned off a variety of items like the device being held up by Chris Edwards, one of the organizers of what has become an annual event.


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Grandmother is alleged fraud victim

RALEIGH -- A Youngsville man made his first appearance in court this week on charges that he defrauded his grandmother.
Michael Hollen Surles was charged with obtaining property by false pretense and exploiting a disabled person/elderly person's trust.
According to a televised report, Surles, 32, stole more than $46,000 from his grandmother, between October 2017 and June, using her money to pay his bills.


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