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Police charge two suspects for break-ins
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Police charge two suspects for break-ins

Nashville Police have arrested two men responsible for breaking into several vehicles in and around Nashville.
The break-ins occurred in and around the Town of Nashville between July 25 and 27, Nashville Police Chief Tom Bashore said.
Bashore said Patrick Simmons, 23, of Red Road, Nashville and Jonas Pridgen, 16, of Eastern Avenue, Nashville, were responsible for breaking into around five vehicles in the Nashville area.

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Dems choose Johnson for state race
Dems choose Johnson for state race

The Nash and Franklin County Democrats have made their selection in a candidate to face off against Representative Jeff Collins in the November elections.
The party selected Charles Johnson, 92, of Rocky Mount, to run in the democratic spot after Joe Hester withdrew his nomination in March.

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MAGIC OR SCIENCE?
MAGIC OR SCIENCE?

MAGIC! –– Michael Fisher, or “Fish the Magish” as many know him, visited Cooley Library last Thursday for a special magic show. The show was put on as part of the library’s Summer Reading Program. Pictured above, Fisher (at left) holds styrofoam cup on top of Tyreik Wilkins’ (at right) head as part of a water trick he performed.

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Spring Hope man faces drug charges
Spring Hope man faces drug charges

A Spring Hope man was charged with trafficking cocaine after a two week investigation.
According to the Nash County Sheriff’s Office, Quinton Williams, 24, was arrested on July 24. During his arrested, he was found in possession of 87.1 grams of cocaine.
Over the investigation, the Sheriff’s Office reported that over 130 grams of cocaine and around 14 grams of marijuana were seized.

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Incumbents file for local school board seats

Filing continues for the six available seats on the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education.
Incumbents Reginald Silver and Robert Bynum, who represent Districts Eight and Nine, respectively, were the latest to file for seats on the board. So far, no one has filed to challenge either Silver or Bynum.
Brenda Brown, an incumbent serving the District Four Seat, is also running unopposed so far. Brown is from Nashville.
But the other three available seats will face opposition in the upcoming elections.

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CEP provides free meals for area schools

Free breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students in eight schools in the Nash-Rocky Mount Public School District in the upcoming school year.
The Nash-Rocky Mount School Board agreed to take part in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program at their annual retreat last month. Robin May, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, gave a presentation on the program.

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NPD SPOTLIGHT
NPD SPOTLIGHT

The Nashville Graphic is introducing officers of the Nashville Police Department each month as part of an “Officer Spotlight” series.  The articles are featured the last Wednesday of each month  to help Nashville residents get to know the officers who protect and serve their communities.

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Local woman lobbies for veterans effort
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Local woman lobbies for veterans effort

Nashville resident Linda Woolard has long wanted to do something to bring veterans and their sacrifices to the forefront. Woolard said while searching for an organization to partner with, her friend, Pam Salsby, suggested some options which included a newly organized effort in Wake County, the US Military Veterans Foundation.
Woolard organized a meeting of local leaders recently to discuss the possibility of a  local fund-raising and public awareness effort.

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