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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Shelter changes process for strays

Every month the Wayne County Animal Shelter is forced to put down between 300 and 600 animals. It is, county animal control director Justin Scally said, an unfortunate and unpleasant, but necessary, part of the job. Since June, however, the...

Mount Olive chief refused to listen to allegations

Former Mount Olive police Chief Emmett Ballree won't confirm or deny allegations that he used the town's credit card to gas up one or more personal vehicles. But Mount Olive Town Manager Charles Brown said he has information to substantiate...

WATCH will still be short on cash

It's been a better than usual year for WATCH, the mobile health program for uninsured and underinsured in Wayne County, but there are still some pressing needs as another fiscal year unfolds, the organization's director said. During her report to...

Longtime village clerk resigns Walnut Creek post

WALNUT CREEK -- The village of Walnut Creek council will now have to look for a new village clerk and finance director. Sandra Allen gave her letter of resignation to Walnut Creek Mayor Ken Ritt before Wednesday's village council meeting....