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Local man wanted on alleged rape charges caught
Local man wanted on alleged rape charges caught

A Nashville man wanted on rape charges by the Nash County Sheriff's Office was recently arrested, after leading investigators on a chase on I-95.
Robert Lewis, Sr., 52, of Bunting Road, Nashville, was taken into custody on August 25 with help from the Halifax County Sheriff's Office.
Lewis was allegedly wanted on rape charges stemming from an investigation being conducted by the Nash County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division.
According to the Sheriff's Office, Lewis was involved in a chase around 2 a.m. on August 25 on I-95.

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"Sneak" Lewis 5K is September 12th

The Fourth Annual Warren "Sneak" Lewis 5K Memorial Race is quickly approaching and organizers say this year's event will be focused on the lake life.
"He loved lake life and his boat," Miste Strickland, one of the organizers for the event, said.
This is the fourth year for the annual run, which is held each year in honor and memory of "Sneak" Lewis, who was killed while serving a murder warrant with the Eastern North Carolina Fugitive Task Force.

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BACK TO SCHOOL TIME!
ARE YOU SURE ABOUT THIS MOM? --Little Sebastian Cockrell looks up at his mom, Misty, while she completes paperwork during the open house at Nashville Elementary School, which was held last Wednesday. Sebastian started kindergarten this week.
BACK TO SCHOOL TIME!

Schools are back in session this week and officials are reporting a smooth first week back.
Nash-Rocky Mount Schools started the school year off on Monday. Though the system is starting without a permanent superintendent, Interim Superintendent Dr. Travis Twiford said in a welcome message to parents that certain core values never change.
"Among these is the never wavering focus on providing quality programs and services for the students that we are responsible to serve," Twiford said.

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Local church helps with book bag drive
Local church helps with book bag drive

A local church is working hand in hand with a missions ministry to ensure youth are equipped with the supplies they need for the school year.
Missions of Faith recently gave around 200 book bags filled with supplies to area churches to distribute to youth.
Evangelist Laura Pippin is the Missions Director for Missions of Faith and had the idea to do a book bag drive after finding book bags on sale last year.
Pippin, who attends Christian Fellowship Church, said she received a phone call in October that the book bags were on clearance.

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Bark for Life event set for September 26 in Nashville
Bark for Life event set for September 26 in Nashville

When going through a sickness, a four-legged friend can sometimes be the best medicine.
Bark for Life will celebrate those four-legged friends with its second annual event in Nashville on Saturday, September 26 at Stoney Creek Environmental Park.
Bark for Life is an American Cancer Society fund-raising event honoring the life-long contributions of canine caregivers. It presents an opportunity for people to be empowered through their canine companion partnerships and to contribute to cancer cures through the mission of the American Cancer Society.

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