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Nashville makes offer on former Acme building

The Town of Nashville has made an offer to purchase the building that once housed Acme Cleaners.
Council members voted last month to offer $410,000 to purchase the building to house its parks, recreation and cultural resources department. The offer was accepted but is contingent, however, on an environmental study.

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Man charged, jailed after shooting on Red Road
Man charged, jailed after shooting on Red Road

A shooting at a local hangout spot in rural Nash County last Friday morning left both the victim and suspect in critical condition.
Maj. Eddie Moore of the Nash County Sheriff's Office said deputies received a call around 12:39 a.m. July 29 regarding shots fired at Trip City Lounge located on 4609 Red Road in Nashville.

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Castalia to close farmers market on August 13

The Castalia Farmers Market is closing indefinitely, three months before the end of the season.
Commissioner Brian Hinkle, who manages the farmers market, said it has been a struggle to keep it open all year.
He said he is closing the market on August 13 due to lack of foot traffic and depleting sales, which is partially as a result of more markets opening in surrounding areas.

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OUTDOOR PAINTING CAMP
OUTDOOR PAINTING CAMP

Nash County 4-H held a Painting Outdoor Fun Camp on July 28 at the Nash County Agriculture Center where children expressed themselves creatively through making art pieces. Children used acrylic paint to decorate items such as windchimes, bird feeders, rocks, gourds, and clay pots.
Camp members are pictured above, left to right, front row: Nasir Heriveaux, Larry Brown III, Carson Hyde, Peyton Barley. Back row: Harrison Lancaster, Emily Hyde, and Brendin Clark.

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Nash plan aims for growth, economic development

Nash County residents can offer feedback in-person on the county's updated land use plan before it is considered for adoption.
Nash County Planning and Inspections Department Director Adam Tyson said the current land use plan was adopted in June 2006, which is over 16 years ago.
"The recommended practice is to update the plan every five to 10 years, depending upon how rapidly a community is experiencing growth and change," he said.

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Board reviews back to school contracts and changes

Nash County Public Schools are gearing up for a new school year.
The Board of Education met on Monday to approve and discuss several items prior to the start of the school year. Among the contracts approved were school nutrition bids and contracts for Communities in Schools and Kelly Services.

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