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Realtor opens doors in Nashville
Realtor opens doors in Nashville

Nashville's Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Pink Flamingo Realty to its new home in town.
The business, owned and operated by Bill Lumpp of Nashville, has opened its doors at 625 E. Washington Street.
Lumpp worked for Century 21 Realty for 15 years before deciding to venture out independently. He is now in this 17th year as a Realtor.

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NASH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REPORTS

Call for service reported at 12167 Old Smithfield Rd, Bailey on 11/18/21
Financial transaction card fraud reported at 12528 Eagle Ridge Dr, Zebulon on 11/17/21
Warrant service, possession of drug paraphernalia (not marijuana), maintain vehicle dwelling place controlled substand fel, possession buy sell firearm altered serial ID, possession with intent to sell or deliver cocaineat 14699 Old Smithfield Rd., Bailey on 11/16/21

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NASHVILLE POLICE REPORTS

Incidents
Failure to maintain lane control, carrying concealed weapon and driving while impaired reported on 11/07/21
Driving while impaired reported on 11/12/21
Child restraint, reckless driving, speeding, simple possession schedule IV CS reported on 11/11/21

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Author, photojournalist returns home for signing
Author, photojournalist returns home for signing

Former Nashville and Nash County resident Ben Casey will visit downtown Nashville Saturday to sign copies of his latest book, "Sound People."
Casey will be at the Nashville Exchange restaurant at 229 W. Washington Street, Nashville from 2-4 p.m. on December 4th.
Casey says this book, a five year effort chronicling the reflection of Core Sound natives on the socio economic transitions that are re-defining the culture of these Down East Carteret County communities is unique.

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Genuine confession brings divine forgiveness
Genuine confession brings divine forgiveness

"Then Nathan said to David, 'You are the man!'" (2 Samuel 12:7)
When the prophet Nathan pointed his finger at David and told him his sins were known by God, it shook him to the core. No longer could he think he could hide the fact that he had committed adultery with Bathsheba and murdered her husband, Uriah. He had foolishly convinced himself that out of sight meant out of mind until Nathan reminded him that God knew his sins, not to mention others who worked and lived close by.

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Intersections: God and Life
Intersections: God and Life

SEEING LIFE FROM GOD'S PERSPECTIVE
My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me, and to finish His work (John 4:34).
I remember attending a football game while in college where I was forced to sit very high in the stadium because of the many other people in attendance. It was at that moment that I realized perspective is everything.

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RED OAK NEWS
RED OAK NEWS

The spirit of Christmas was in the air during the annual Red Oak Christmas on Saturday, November 27! Children and adults enjoyed food, rides and many vendors. The Christmas parade featured floats representing local businesses, churches, schools and more. Classic cars could also be seen as well as fire trucks, rescues, and law enforcement vehicles. Santa Claus arrived in a sleigh filled with children to begin the holiday season. Pictures with Santa were also offered. The tree lighting brought conclusion to the festive evening. Thank you to all who made this a great Christmas in Red Oak!

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Holy and Whole: Patterns for Life Together
Holy and Whole: Patterns for Life Together

Is abiding perfect peace possible in your life?
As much as we've called the years of 2020 and 2021 crazy, a quick survey of history would prove to us that all years in some shape or form have been crazy. Or perhaps, have been in some shape or form fertile soil for anxiety, stress, and worry.
However, when we look at Scripture such as Isaiah 26:3 it still says, "you keep him or her in perfect peace whose eyes are stayed on you.

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PEACHTREE COMMUNITY NEWS
PEACHTREE COMMUNITY NEWS

The Peachtree Baptist Church Congregation gathered in a beautifully decorated church to worship and to celebrate the First Day of Advent, The Candle of Hope. Pastor Gene gave a reading on the Candle of Hope and lit the Hope Candle. The Members of Peachtree Baptist would like to thank the decorating committee for the beautiful decorations in the church. Committee members are: Marta Whitehouse, Susan Edwards, Lynn Griffin, and Beverly Wilson. Ladies, Thanks you so much.

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NASH COUNTY DEED TRANSFERS NOVEMBER 22-24

D.R. Horton, Inc. to Andrew L. Sprowel and Angles P. Dolberry-Sprowel; Section IV, Ford's Colony at Rocky Mount, Lot 75
Lucy L. Taylor and Annie T. Ceasar to Folies R. Williams; 4224 Carrol Avenue
Ellen A. Lewis to Richard W. Harrison and Kristie A. Harrison; .47 acres in Middlesex

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NASH COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS NOVEMBER 22-24

Building Permit Commercial
Richard Belk, 2721 S. Halifax Rd; new construction; $1,500,000
Aaron Hicks, 365 North NC 58; renovation/alteration; $20,000

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NASH COUNTY BLOOD DRIVES

Nashville
12/11/2021: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Lighthouse Baptist Church, 1703 Reges Store Road
12/14/2021: 2:30 p.m. - 7 p.m., Nashville Baptist Church, 512 E Washington St

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