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Local choir to hold event at Courthouse

A local church’s community choir hopes to bring healing to Downtown Nashville next week during a special event on the courthouse steps.
“New View” will be held on Tuesday, December 23 at noon on the steps of the Nash County Courthouse.
The event will feature singing, dancing and remarks from various people. The focus of the event is to bring healing to the community, said Lisa Webb, the choir director for Selah!, the Community Choir at Church on the Rise.

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Social media pic sparks concern at NRMS

A photograph posted on social media has made headlines and caused a stir at Nash Central High School.
The photo, which was allegedly taken over the Thanksgiving break, shows six unidentified Nash Central High School students wearing white cone-shaped hats and white shirts similar to Ku Klux Klan costumes. The students are also making gestures with their hands.

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Nashville Police Department hosts second round of holiday giving
PERFECT FIT –– Nash County Sheriff’s Major Brandon Medina (at left) shows his approval to a Ninja Turtle bicycle helmet that Thomas Nichols, 6, (at right) tried on at Wal-Mart on Wednesday as part of the Kids and Cops Christmas program.
Nashville Police Department hosts second round of holiday giving

On Wednesday morning, Nashville police officers made their second trip to Wal-Mart to help local youth shop for Christmas.
Nashville’s Police Department has been overwhelmed with donations this holiday season for its Kids and Cops Christmas program.

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Sidewalk project slated for Nashville in 2015

In just a few months, work will begin on a big sidewalk project in the Town of Nashville.
The project will provide sidewalk from First Street Extension all the way to Wal-Mart on Eastern Avenue. Another part of the project will provide sidewalk on S. Alston Street from Circle Drive to Circle Drive.
The project is part of Nashville’s long-range plans of making the town more pedestrian friendly.

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Nashville Chamber pursues business incubator idea

Nashville’s Town Council is considering allowing the town’s Chamber of Commerce to start a business incubator in the town’s old library facility.
Chamber President Dylan Bunch came before council members at the December 2nd meeting with the request.
Bunch said the chamber was interested in leasing the building, which is located at 202 S. Alston Street, for $1 per year.

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Local teen collects toys for foster children
Local teen collects toys for foster children

“Be the Change.”
That has been Kennedy Brown’s motto over the past year, since attending the Junior Peace Corps this summer.
But the motto is something Brown has followed for the past four years, since she began collecting toys and other items for youth in foster care.
Brown recently donated 130 items to Nash County’s Social Services Foster Care Program.

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