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Youngsville's new town hall project takes a step forward

YOUNGSVILLE -- Town staff are working to get loan documents to a state fiscal oversight group, moving another step toward entering a new town hall.
Last month, commissioners agreed to pursue $650,000 in financing to buy a 7,500-square-foot building on U.S. 1-A near the National Guard Armory and Youngsville Elementary School.
The agreement to pursue funding was with the understanding that paying off the debt on the loan would require the town to raise taxes as much as 5 cents per $100 of valuation -- a decision that would be made official with the adoption of the 2016-17 budget in either May or June.


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Senior Democrats to meet

The North Carolina Senior Democrats, an official auxiliary of the North Carolina Democratic Party, is having its 2016 Convention at the Marriott Crabtree Valley, 4500 Marriott Drive, across from Crabtree Valley Mall, on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30.
Activities start at noon Friday and continue until about 3 p.m. Saturday. The convention will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.


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<i>It's play ball time for Fton Rec League</i>
Coach Sam Jordan congratulates Aeryn Younger as he crosses home plate.
It's play ball time for Fton Rec League

FRANKLINTON -- Last Saturday served as Opening Day and the revival of Franklinton's Parks and Recreation baseball program as teams of children, ages 4-14, filled three fields at Franklinton Elementary School to play ball.
The renewal was a joint effort by the town's governing board, police department staff, parents, children and people and businesses who donated time, resources, equipment and money to get the program off the ground.


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