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Disabled adults left with no food; caretaker is charged

A Perry woman who operated a caretaker agency for disabled adults has been charged with exploitation after allegedly leaving two individuals without food and failing to pay their bills for…

DUI suspected in 1 crash; medical condition, another

DUI suspected in 1 crash; medical condition, another

Post holiday crimes, ranging from shoplifting to driving under the influence (DUI), kept patrol officers on the go Friday and Saturday, Nov. 25 and 26. Friday night, Rhonda Kuhn of…

Child in car when mother slams patrol car and flees

A 25-year-old Perry woman had her eight-year-old child in the car with her when she crashed into a Perry Police Department (PPD) patrol car and then fled the scene. Jessica…

Light up the river!

Steinhatchee will hold its annual “Light Up the River” boat parade Saturday, Dec. 3, starting at “dark-30.” Entry forms are available at Roy’s Restaurant and Fiddler’s. Cash prizes will be…

Commissioners to review county administrator applications Dec. 8

The Taylor County Commission will hold a special meeting next week to short-list its candidates to replace Dustin Hinkel as county administrator. Hinkel announced last month that was he resigning…

Christmas lights contest deadline is Dec. 8

The deadline to enter the Taylor County Historical Society’s first “Christmas Lights Decorating Contest” is Thursday, Dec. 8. Registration forms are available at the historical society or online at the…

‘Tis the season to be jolly

‘Tis the season to be jolly

Downtown Perry becomes a Christmas wonderland Friday, Dec. 2, during the annual open house hosted by businesses and volunteers. Activities are planned throughout the square with strolling carolers in period…

Election audit shows results were ‘100% accurate’

A random hand-counted audit of locally-cast ballots during this year’s General Election showed that the results reported following the General Election held earlier this month were “100 percent accurate.” According…

Boys basketball team opens ‘16-17 season with road stretch

The Taylor County High boys basketball team, under first-year coach Toney Powell, opens the 2016-17 season this week with three road games. The Bulldogs are slated to travel to East…

Kidz-Que seeking young grillmasters for competition

The Kidz-Que Grillmaster Contest, which will be held Saturday, Dec. 10, as part of the Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival, is seeking young chefs to enter the competition. Open…

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