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Castalia town board mulls town seal, park sign

Eagle Scout candidate Logan Wood came to the Castalia Town Hall meeting held on September 9. Wood came to present a draft for a plan to erect a park sign for Castalia’s planned recreation facility as part of his Eagle Scout project, requesting approval for the design from the town board.
For the most part, the board approved of the sign design.

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Middlesex man receives life sentence for drugs

A Middlesex man was sentenced to life in prison for a drug trade operation that operated in the Middlesex area. Several others were also sentenced for their involvement in the operation.
Chief United States District Judge James C. Dever III sentenced Anthony Wayne Wiggins, 51, to life imprisonment followed by 10 years of supervised release in federal court last week.

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Officers nab larceny suspects
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Officers nab larceny suspects

The Nash County Sheriff’s Office assisted Nashville Police Officers in apprehending two larceny suspects last Wednesday.
Deputies responded to Nashville’s Wal-Mart last Wednesday to assist Nashville’s Police Department in locating a larceny suspect that had fled the store.

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NASHVILLE POLICE BRIEFS

INCIDENTS
A counterfeiting - possessing/concealing - was reported on 9/1/14 at Kangaroo Gas Station, 367 W Washington Street
A damage to property (vandalism) and breaking and entering a residential was reported on 9/2/14 at 913 S Brake Street

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NASH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE REPORTS

An assault with a deadly weapon was reported on 8/30/14 at 222 W Washington Street
A larceny of a credit card was reported on 8/30/14 at 8915 School Street
An assault was reported on 8/30/14 at 9532 Lancaster Store Road
A financial card fraud was reported on 8/31/14

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NPD gets drop box for citizens to dispose of meds
NPD gets drop box for citizens to dispose of meds

The Nashville Police Department now has its own medicine drop box to allow the public another way to safely dispose of unused medications.
The drop box was made possible through a CVS Caremark Community Grant, said Community Services Officer Jennifer Bull.
“Thanks to CVS for giving us the opportunity to make Nashville a safer place,” Bull said.

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NPD, NFD denied grants

Nashville Fire Chief Randy Goodbrod and Police Chief Tom Bashore came before council members on Tuesday night with ideas to fund equipment needs originally planned for purchase through grant monies.
Both departments were recently denied grants that would assist the departments in purchasing needed equipment.
Goodbrod told council members that the department was in need of new self-contained breathing apparatus and had planned to purchase new ones with an Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG).

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NASH COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS

Nash County Planning and Inspections issued the following building permits from August 30 to September 5.

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Nash Health prepares for Lights of Love

The Nash Health Care Volunteer Auxiliary is continuing the popular tradition of the “Lights of Love” project with its 11th annual illumination, which will raise money toward the auxiliary’s five-year, $25,000 pledge to the Pediatric Emergency Department.  Now is the time to purchase a light in honor/memory of someone for the 2014 event.

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Self-defense classes
Self-defense classes

Cooley Library hosted self-defense classes last month, taught by Sensei Allen Clark, of Nashville Academy of Martial Arts. The classes were for ages two and up. Pictured above, Nashville Academy of Martial Arts student Aaron Dornseif (at right in front) shows seven-year-old Kailyn Hendricks (at left in front) blocking techniques while at the same time, Kailyn’s sister, Ja’Kaila (at left in back), 5, learns the same from Sensei Clark.

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On stage
On stage

Patrons of the Rocky Mount Farmers Market were entertained last Saturday by Mary Ruth & The East Pointe Band. The Rocky Mount Farmers Market, located at 1006 Peachtree St, Rocky Mount, is open every Saturday from 8 am  - 1 pm through November 22.

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RED OAK NEWS
RED OAK NEWS

Red Oak Baptist Church welcomes Anna Brooks Murray who united with the church and will be baptized.
Several ladies attended the Bible study at Fountain Correctional Center in Rocky Mount on Monday, September 1.  Marilyn Boone led the study.  Others participating included Jean Mellor, Maureen Williams, and Hazel Hill.

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PEACHTREE COMMUNITY NEWS
PEACHTREE COMMUNITY NEWS

The worship service at Peachtree on Sunday morning was a ‘9/11 Patriot’s Day Service’.  Special thoughts were given to the memory of those who lost their lives in the terrorists’ attacks on that infamous day.  The choir sang “A prayer for America’ under the direction of the pastor.  For the meditation, Jane May played a beautiful piano arrangement of “God Bless America”.

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BEULAH COMMUNITY NEWS
BEULAH COMMUNITY NEWS

As I told you last week, our minister at Beulah Church of Christ will be leaving and Sunday the 14th of this month will be his last sermon at Beulah. We pray that Daniel and his family will be blessed as they leave and with the decision they have made to move from the Beulah Community. As of now, I have not been told if any decision have been made on getting another minister for our congregation but we pray that will happen soon.

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Bethel Heroes recognize veterans
Bethel Heroes recognize veterans

The United Daughters of the Confederacy,  Bethel Heroes Chapter 636 proudly  honors veterans of all wars.  Recently a ceremony was held by them  to bestow a Cross of Military Service for World War II posthumously to two of World War II veterans.

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