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Town looks at revenue options

The Town of Nashville is looking at new ways to bring in revenues to the town's coffers but is limited due to cuts in revenues by the General Assembly
Town Council met last Thursday for a budget work session with Town Manager Hank Raper, who went over the various revenues the town is projected to receive in the coming fiscal year.
As presented, revenues totalled around $5.5 million, compared to the current budget of $4.9 million.

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Police seek shooting suspect

Spring Hope Police are still searching for one suspect involved in a shooting on May 12 but have arrested three others.
According to police, on May 12, around 8:40 p.m., a vehicle occupied by several subjects drove to 416 West Nash Street in Spring Hope and fired eight to 10 times from the vehicle, striking two men who were standing in the doorway.
Investigation revealed that earlier that day, there was a confrontation between 29-year-old Jamie Lynn Nye, of Spring Hope, and someone at the residence.

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RUN FOR THE FALLEN
Cadet Joi Hinton carries a flag in honor of a NC service member who was killed while serving. Northern Nash High School's AFJROTC participated in the event Saturday.
RUN FOR THE FALLEN

North Carolina has lost 243 service members in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001.
On Saturday, local residents paid tribute to those men and women by walking or running one mile for each fallen soldier.
Each mile represented a North Carolina soldier, whose name and information was placed on an American flag runners carried for a mile.
Once the mile was finished, the fallen soldier's name was read.

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Nash Women's Center opens
The first baby was born at the newly opened Nash Women's Center this week. Pictured (L-R) is: Valerie Murphy, RN and Dr. Tommy R. Harris with Marwa, new baby Seleim, Yasser, Kanda and Mana Eldessouky.
Nash Women's Center opens

After over a year of construction, Nash Health Care is celebrating its new, $25 million dollar Nash Women's Center.
The center held its opening events earlier this month but just recently celebrated its first baby, who was born at the new women's center this week.
The baby, Seleim Hasson Eldessouky, was born on Monday, May 23 at 11:14 a.m. The hospital reports both baby and mother are happy and healthy.
The 47,048 square foot facility includes six labor and delivery suites, 16 mother-baby postpartum rooms, a room for cesarean sections, 12 private special-care nursery rooms, free Wi-Fi and a themed gift shop.

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Leaders find common ground for school lines

Nash and Edgecombe County Commissioners came back to the table on Monday afternoon and somewhat agreed to a deal to keep the Nash-Rocky Mount School System in tact.
The meeting was a last minute effort to keep legislation from being approved that would split the school system along county lines. Nash County Commissioners unanimously voted for the split but since the vote, some commissioners have had a change of heart and asked the board to consider a final attempt at a compromise with Edgecombe County.

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Taylor named SAR Teacher of the Year
Taylor named SAR Teacher of the Year

Renny Taylor has a passion for teaching youth about the history of our country.
That passion earned him the title of History Teacher of the Year by the North Carolina Sons of the American Revolution.
The award is presented to history teachers who actively address the history of the American Revolutionary era and whose educational efforts exceed and excel above current, accepted, curriculum requirements.

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