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Town Council to pursue new library director

Nashville's Town Council decided on Wednesday to move forward with hiring a new Library Director for Cooley Library.
The decision was made during a special called work session on Wednesday afternoon.
At a previous work session, Town Manager Hank Raper had brought forth an idea to place the leadership of the library under Parks and Recreation Director Marguerite Bishop.

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Amanda Clark, Graphic Staff Writer

 Sports

Yanks defeat Marlins

ROCKY MOUNT -- The league-leading Wesley Men Yankees rode the 16-strikeout pitching of Tevin Jones, Mason Johnson and Travis Gamache to a hard fought 8-4 win over the Pizza Inn Marlins in Wednesday night City of Rocky Mount Youth Baseball action at the Rocky Mount Sports Complex.
The Yanks got just enough from their offense to overcome 2-0 and 4-2 Marlins' leads as they posted 6 fourth-inning runs in etching the final margin.
Jones, Johnson and William Grover checked in with 2-3 plate performances, with Jones (2) and Grover collecting RBI doubles along the way.

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Parks and Rec offers summer programs

NASH COUNTY -- The Nash County Recreation and Senior Services Department will be offering the following youth events this summer:
• Summer Basketball for boys and girls ages 9-12 will be held at Spring Hope Elementary School.
Registration will be $35 until May 31 and $45 for late registration.
Ages are as of June 1.

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