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The announcements will appear in The Daily Southerner on June 7, 2013. Deadline for placing announcements will be Tuesday, June 4th by 5:00pm. All ads must be pre-paid. Information can be dropped off at our office 504 W. Wilson Street, Tarboro or call 823-3106. Comment?
For 32 years, on just about every second Monday in the month, Donald Morris attended a Tarboro Town Council meeting. Comment?
Memorial Day is an occasion to pause and remember service men and women who have sacrificed their lives in the call of duty. Comment?
For the first time in more than a decade, Edgecombe County will boast a new school building when classes begin for the 2013-2014 school year. Comment?
The entertainment at Saturday's Happening on the Common offered something for everyone -traditional bluegrass music, symphony orchestra music, soulful Southern gospel, lively Mexican mariachi music, Motown music, and Broadway musical tunes. Comment?
Tarboro's Town Common was clearly the center of activity in town Saturday, with cars lining the streets surrounding the common, music that could be heard from blocks away, and a sea of people navigating their way through the vendors' tables under a canopy of trees. Comment?
All the ingredients are in place for a successful Happening on the Common in Tarboro Saturday. Comment?
Edgecombe County is facing a budget shortfall and county management is looking at ways to cut expenses while raising revenues. Comment?
Edgecombe County Public Schools Superintendent John Farrelly wants to bring the world to Edgecombe County students. Comment?
Tarboro Mayor Donald Morris presents Tarboro native and resident Kelvin Bryant with a resolution honoring him for his recent induction into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. Comment?
At no time of the year is Tarboro's Town Common more bustling with activity than the second Saturday in May. Comment?
Edgecombe Community College 's graduates are in good company, as the guest speaker at Saturday morning's spring commencement noted. Comment?
To protect and serve the community is what law enforcement is about. On Saturday, the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Department and Edgecombe County Public Schools teamed together to serve the community when they hosted the annual D.A.R.E. Olympics at Tarboro High School. Comment?
Five retired public servants were honored Thursday during Tarboro Optimist Club and Vidant Edgecombe Hospital Respect For Law and First Responder Banquet at Trinity Baptist Church. Comment?
Microbreweries and solar energy facilities in Tarboro? Could be. Despite a call for a public hearing on the Town of Tarboro's $42.9 million budget being among the items the Tarboro Town Council will face when it next meets at 7 p.m. on Monday, it's the planning board and zoning commission report that contains some of the more interesting reading. Comment?
The arrival of Walgreens to the community took a giant leap this week, as workers emptied the remaining merchandise and equipment from the Express Mart, located at the corner of North Main and Howard, across the intersection from the current Rite-Aid. The sale of the property - known as 1519 N. Main - includes the property previously occupied by ... (more) Comment?
Staff cuts in Edgecombe County Public Schools are up for approval at Monday evening's board of education meeting. Comment?
A Tarboro woman faces an arson charge after allegedly setting fire to an apartment at Northgate Apartments Thursday morning that destroyed four units and displaced 11 people. Comment?
Mail carriers will do their part Saturday morning to "Stamp Out Hunger." Tarboro is among the more than 10,000 cities and towns in America participating in the largest one-day food drive in the nation, spearheaded by the National Association of Letter Carriers. Comment?
A Tarboro home repairman was arrested for breaking and entering after his failed attempt to scam money from a Main Street homeowner. Comment?