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Red Oak stands firm on park rules

There may be dire consequences for individuals who cause certain incidents of disruption at a park in Red Oak.
Town Clerk Tracy Shearin said the town, along with the Nash County Sheriff's Office, has received complaints regarding people leaving areas of Ennis Park disheveled and people executing unacceptable behavior, which includes using expletives in front of children and marijuana use.

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Two charged with infant's death
Two charged with infant's death

NASHVILLE - A Nashville one-year old boy has died and his four-year old sibling is hospitalized due to ingesting Oxycodone which was allegedly left on the bed within reach of the children.
Nashville's Police Department responded to 220 Richardson Court at approximately 9:36 p.m. on September 6 and assisted the Nashville Fire Department and Nash County Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

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Red Oak hosts first tractor show
MY SIZE! - Isaac Woodcock grins while sitting on a tractor just the right size for him at the Red Oak Classic.
Red Oak hosts first tractor show

The Red Oak Area Historic Preservation Society and the Town of Red Oak hosted the first annual Red Oak Classic last weekend featuring classic cars, antique tractors, food trucks, local vendors and exhibitors, local music and even the chance for a hot air balloon ride.
Red Oak Town Clerk Tracy Shearin said the entire Red Oak community embraced the opportunity of accepting a gift from the Justice Community when it decided to retire as host of the antique tractor show.

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Town pursues buyout plan for Indian Trail

Several homes in the Indian Trails Subdivision may be eligible for a buyout program, Nashville Town Manager Randy Lansing announced on Tuesday night.
Lansing has been pursuing buyout opportunities for homes that consistently flood during heavy rains in the Indian Trail area. Lansing said he hasn't had luck with his pursuits so far but recently, discovered another program that could help homeowners in the subdivision.

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Nash County Relay
RELAY FOR LIFE - Cancer survivors walk the first lap Saturday during Nash County's Relay for Life held at Sunset Park in Rocky Mount.
Nash County Relay "We are SURVIVORS!"

Nash County Relay for Life pushed forward this year even though the odds were stacked against them.
Pre-pandemic, Relay teams and visitors would fill the Rocky Mount Athletic Stadium. This year, a much smaller almost grass-roots type event took place in Rocky Mount at Sunset Park. About 75 people stopped in over the day-long event with three teams participating.

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