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In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, R.E.A.C.H. of Macon County is sponsoring a talk and book signing by Angela Dove, who is the author of “No Room for Doubt.” Her book is a nonfiction account of her family’s history and the investigation of her stepmother’s death.

Dove will be featured at two locations on Oct. 6. The first will be at St. Agnes Episcopal Church at 66 Church Street in Franklin, from 10 till 11:30 a.m. This is a tea and light brunch.

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The N.C. Department of Transportation is urging North Carolinians to turn their attention to local roadways with a two-week long litter-prevention celebration.

Litter Sweep is scheduled for Sept. 17 to Oct. 1 and encourages volunteers to clean up North Carolina roadsides, working toward a litterfree state. Volunteers were essential to the 2011 spring Litter Sweep, responsible for removing more than 1.6 million pounds of roadside litter.

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Operation North State (a 501(c)3 nonprofit/all volunteer organization) will be sending 1,500 Christmas gift boxes to North Carolina’s deployed troops filled with North Carolina products/goodies. The boxes will feature 30 items related to North Carolina.

This month Operation North State (ONS) will begin accepting the names of N.C. deployed troops to receive the boxes. ONS defines a N.C. deployed troop as an individual from any branch of military service from North Carolina that won’t be home with their loved-ones this Christmas.

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The person engrossed in a text message or game on their cell phone; the person oblivious to anything but the music playing through their earphones on an MP3 player – these have become common sights in North Carolina as the use of mobile technology has grown. But while electronic devices can be a welcome distraction, they can also be a dangerous one.

Paying attention while crossing the street is a safety rule that is applicable for all age groups, but serves as a particularly important reminder at the start of the school year when the number of middle, high school and college pedestrians increases.

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