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Crossing out the First Amendment?

When Teri Zurfluh approached the podium at a recent Franklin City Public School Board meeting to talk about the importance of the system’s gifted program, ... Read more | Add your comment

Transportation secretary speaks on 460 alternative

The Tidewater News had questions about the proposed alternative to Route 460, which was revealed in mid-January. Much to the consternation of many people in ... Read more | Add your comment

Church member busy making clothes for African children

Because Kathleen Grizzard started learning to sew about 80 years ago, there are more children in Africa today who have new clothes. Read more | Add your comment

Hayden project set to break ground

The Hayden Village Center project has received the last piece of financial support and is set to begin the process of abatement and demolition as ... Read more | Add your comment

Sinkholes discovered near Turner Tract

On March 19, several small sinkholes were observed in the asphalt on General Thomas Highway (Route 671) by passing vehicles. The craters, as well as ... Read more | Add your comment

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  1. SoCo applies for grant to fix Newsoms’ draining, housing issues  | Add your comment
  2. Franklin robotics pulls off come-from-behind victory  | Add your comment
  3. Southampton County adjusts zoning ordinance  | Add your comment
  4. McAuliffe voices faith in 460  | Add your comment
  5. Franklin restaurateur and icon, Fred Rabil, dies  | Add your comment
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