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Pool pleas: Speakers ask city to keep pool open

Their message was simple and unified. Of the 19 people who spoke during the public hearing on Washington’s proposed budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, ... Read more

All aboard: Museum would explain city’s history related to Underground Railroad

All aboard: Museum would explain city’s history related to Underground Railroad

Washington’s City Council, during its meeting Monday, authorized city staff, including City Attorney Franz Holscher, to draft an “operational agreement” related to establishing a Underground ... Read more

CAREERS IN CONSERVATION: Southside High student awarded merit scholarship

CAREERS IN CONSERVATION: Southside High student awarded merit scholarship

CHOCOWINITY — A local high school student was recently awarded a merit scholarship for her intent on pursuing a career in natural resource conservation and ... Read more

Local biscuit-maker a top finalist in competition

Local biscuit-maker a top finalist in competition

Biscuit-maker Teresa Keys knows her craft. As a 15-year-maker of Hardees’ light golden brown and fluffy biscuits, she competes annually for the top biscuit-making spot, ... Read more

Program gives at-risk kids a second chance

By CAROLINE HUDSON For the Washington Daily News Washington residents who are at risk of committing a crime or have already been charged are getting ... Read more

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