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The back of their trucks have the words Elite Fleet written on them. This afternoon, the Elite Fleet broke ground on an elite fire station to replace a 50-year-old building that has been home to the Davie Volunteer Fire Department.
Wednesday the schooling begins as members of the city’s Main Street program team travel to Salisbury to learn what is expected of them as they work to improve Roanoke Avenue.
A man already charged in a September breaking and entering has now been charged in one in April, according to the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office.
Detective Rich Somogyi said in a news release the September break-in occurred in Roanoke Rapids and Thomas Martin, 19, was charged.
Further investigation allegedly connected Martin to another residential break-in which occurred in the dame area.
Martin, of Roanoke Rapids, was located by Deputy Joe Sealey and charged. He was jailed on $25,000 bond and has a Dec. 16 court date.
Editor’s note: This is the second part of the candidate forum coverage tonight at the Roanoke Rapids Theatre, which was sponsored by the Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Daily Herald. The questions were those of the Daily Herald.
What have you done to improve the quality of life in Roanoke Rapids?