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A motorcycle accident occurred on the Sylva Road. at 10:34 a.m. on Wednesday. Taylor Ross Green from Nicholson, Ga. was traveling North on the Sylva Road, on his 2010 Harley Davidson motorcycle, when Zona Balcom Coe from Westminister, S.C., turned in front of Green in a 2008 Ford Expedition, as she was trying to turn into Car City Mini Mart. Green hit the Expedition on the right side of the bumper causing him to crash his motorcycle. Green was transported to Mission Hospital by MAMA. Coe was charged with failure to yield. Officer Paul Bourcq of the Franklin Police Department was the investigating officer.

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REACH of Macon County gets funding match from Jackson Commissioners.

Nearly three months after REACH of Jackson County shut its doors, Jackson’s Board of Commissioners continued the discussion of the implosion.

Just before REACH closed on Feb. 9, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) put a lien on all of the organization’s property in Jackson County. The IRS did so in response to REACH’s failure to pay employee and employer payroll taxes dating back several years.

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The Macon County Commissioners and the Planning Board met at a local restaurant in Franklin last Thursday to discuss the future of planning throughout the county.

Over the past few months, Macon County’s Planning Board has fallen under scrutiny, and after a four-month hiatus from its monthly meetings, reconvened to meet with commissioners. Board of commissioner chairman Kevin Corbin began the joint meeting noting that because of the diligence on behalf of the Planning Board, Macon County is on the forefront of economic development and progress.

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U-Save-It Pharmacy victim to ‘smash and grab’ robbery

Detectives with the Franklin Police Department are investigating a break-in at the U-Save-It Pharmacy that resulted in the theft of hundreds of prescription narcotics, in what they are calling a “smash and grab” robbery.

The incident occurred at approximately 5 a.m. on Friday morning, according to Detective Tracy Chastain, at the pharmacy which is located just off of U.S. 441S. in Franklin Plaza. It has yet to be determined whether more than one person was involved in the prescription theft. While some details are scarce, Chastain confirmed on Wednesday that entry to the business was gained by smashing in the window of the front door.

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