11th Annual FRANKLIN FOLK FESTIVAL :: Saturday, July 19 from 9am - 4pm in Historic Downtown Franklin

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June Tassillo has joined RE/MAX Elite in Franklin.

Tassillo has earned the reputation of being a top-producing real esate agent in her first few years in the business.

“June’s energy and enthusiasm for real estate are a tremendous assest to this office,” said Ron Winecoff, cobroker/owner of RE/MAX Elite.

Tassillo was born and raised in Glen Falls, N.Y., but has lived in Franklin for nearly 20 years, building an extensive list of clients.

Formerly of Classic Properties, she specializes in everything from luxury homes to foreclosures.

 

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Franklin Fire Department firemen Tim Chavis and Alan McWilliam oversee the testing of this fire hydrant on the corner of Maple Street and Palmer St.

The testing is being conducted throughout the month of June.

Franklin Fire Chief Pete Haithcock has indicated that some areas may experience water disoloration due to rust in the water system.

Residents are advised to check water color before using.

If discoloration occurs, flow water in the sink until color returns to normal.

Testing will be done between the hours of 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Photo by Vickie Carpenter

Defendant used the U.S. mail to send threatening letters

U.S. Attorney Anne M. Tompkins announced that Ronald Thomas Brim, 28, of Walnut Cove, NC, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Frank D. Whitney in Charlotte to 20 years imprisonment, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for using the U.S. mail to threaten the lives of former President George W. Bush and Former First Lady Laura Bush, for mailing threats to destroy the White House and Pentagon by explosives, and for using the U.S. mail to threaten Billy and Franklin Graham and others.

U.S. Attorney Tompkins is joined in making the May 17 announcement by Russell F. Nelson, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Secret Service, Charlotte Field Division, and Keith Fixel, Inspector in Charge of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

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Campaign yields 12,223 safety violations

North Carolina Transportation Secretary Gene Conti announced today that more than 12,223 drivers and passengers were cited for seat belt and child passenger safety violations during the “Click It or Ticket” campaign, which began May 23 and ended June 5.

“This campaign serves as a reminder to buckle up as the summer travel season begins,” said Conti. “Law enforcement agencies across the state helped ensure North Carolinians stayed safe over the Memorial Day holiday, and I thank them all for their dedication.”

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