Former town manager sues Princeville, mayor – Rocky Mount Telegram

Former Princeville Town Manager Victor Marrow has filed a lawsuit against the town and Mayor Priscilla Everette-Oates in N.C. Superior Court in Tarboro.

Marrow alleges that he was wrongfully terminated as town manager. The lawsuit also alleges that Everette-Oates wrongfully interfered with Marrow’s contract, engaged in unfair and deceptive trade practices and made false statements that slandered Marrow’s reputation. (More)

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iPad video key in George Zimmerman domestic dispute case with estranged wife – The Washington Post

Response: Well I am going to see if he is going to be allowed to stand his damn ground in this case. Damn this crazy dude has been in the news showing just how ignant he is every since he has been freed from killing Trayvon Martin. So where is all of Zimmerman’s supporters now? They agreed he had the right to kill Trayvon for no reason so now I am waiting to see if they feel he had the right to punch his wife’s dad and to drive her to leaving him? Well this is going to be another wait and see what the hell is next with this dude?

LAKE MARY, Fla. — Police investigating a domestic dispute between George Zimmerman and his estranged wife said Tuesday they were confident they would be able to get video from her broken iPad, and the evidence will help them determine if charges should be filed.

Police believe the mobile device captured video of Monday’s dispute at the Lake Mary house where the Zimmermans had been living. Shellie Zimmerman told authorities he smashed it to pieces, but the former neighborhood watch volunteer said she hit him with it. Police said it was examined at a crime lab, and the chances of them being able to watch the video were “outstanding,” but it wasn’t clear when that might happen. (More)

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City to honor renowned gospel singer – Rocky Mount Telegram

Response: Much deserved! Bishop F.C. Barnes is a household name in the Twin Counties and across the nation.

The city of Rocky Mount will play host to the unveiling of a Bishop FC Barnes marker at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at Red Budd Holy Church at 637 Cleveland St.

Barnes founded and established Red Budd Holy Church in 1959, then located in Castalia. A pastor there for more than 52 years, Barnes was dubbed an awesome preacher and teacher, as well as a renowned gospel singer. He is best known for the song, “Rough Side of the Mountain,” which was No. 1 on the Billboard charts for more than a year. He died on July 11, 2011. (More)

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