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Red Springs, North Carolina Funeral Homes
102 S Vance Street
Red Springs, North Carolina 28377
(910) 843-4128
119 Brooklyn Avenue
Red Springs, North Carolina 28377
(910) 843-5476
220 E 4th Avenue
Red Springs, North Carolina 28377
(910) 843-9000
115 Buie Street
Red Springs, North Carolina 28377
(910) 843-8151
408 W 4th Avenue
Red Springs, North Carolina 28377
(910) 843-4430
Red Springs, North Carolina Obituaries and News
NC murder suspect caught in New York January 27, 2017

KINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) — Authorities say a New York City man wanted for a fatal shooting in North Carolina has been captured in the Hudson Valley. Police in the Ulster County city of Kingston say 35-year-old Arthur W. Butler Jr. of the Bronx was apprehended ... (Red Spring Citizen)

NC gets $198M for Matthew relief January 27, 2017

RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina has been officially awarded nearly $200 million from the federal government for Hurricane Matthew relief that Congress approved last month in a larger spending agreement. Gov. Roy Cooper’s office says the $198 million ... (Red Spring Citizen)

Underdown Jr., Parks C. "Neil" January 26, 2017

After graduation, Neil joined his father in 1954 at Hickory Springs Manufacturing Company but soon after ... Board and as a member of the Catawba County Foundation for the North Carolina School of the Arts. He was also active in the Hickory Rotary Club ... (Hickory Daily Record)

North Carolina police: 1 dead in officer-involved shooting January 25, 2017

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, say one person is dead after a shooting involving an officer. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said in a Twitter feed that a weapon was recovered at the scene of the Thursday shooting on the city's ... (Tulsa World)

In-state cornerback prospect Dwayne Crossen decommits from North Carolina January 25, 2017

Dwayne Crossen, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound junior cornerback, who had committed to North Carolina last August, said in a short Twitter post that he will re-open the recruiting process. “After much consideration and prayer, I have decided to decommit from the ... (The News & Observer)