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Day of Caring to be Saturday

LOUISBURG -- The United Way of Franklin County is set to host its annual Day of Caring.
This year, volunteers and sponsors are working to spruce of the Safe Space Thrift Store at 304 E. Nash Street.
From 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., volunteers will paint, build shelves, clean and organize the store.


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<i>Section C of 401 delayed until fall, DOT says</i>
Section C of 401 delayed until fall, DOT says

LOUISBURG -- In the next few weeks, contractors are expected to begin paving the northbound lanes of an expanded U.S. 401.
However, manpower issues and materials delays are expected to push back the opening of the four-lane highway to motorists from late summer to early fall, engineers said.


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Chastain appeals ruling on her disqualification

LOUISBURG -- Attorneys for the former clerk of superior court noted they will appeal a decision that disqualifies her from holding office again.
Immediately, attorneys for Patricia Chastain want the courts to push pause on the judge's decision until a ruling on the appeal takes place.
On April 5, Superior Court Judge Thomas H. Lock entered an order that permanently disqualified Chastain from holding the office ever again.


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Monument moving decision appealed

LOUISBURG -- A dozen Franklin County residents plan to continue their legal fight challenging Louisburg's decision to move a Confederate statue.
In June 2020, the Louisburg Town Council made a split vote to move the statue from Main Street, ultimately, to Oakwood Cemetery off Bickett Boulevard.


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