March 12, 2009
Holly Springs police officers investigate March 7 shooting
Carl Nunnally, 30, of Holly Springs, was shot once in the left hip Saturday, March 7, in the 100 block of Memphis Street, according to chief Robert Pearson.
In other police news, officers responded to a burglary reported in the 100 block of North Walthall on Monday, March 2, but nothing was found missing.
On Tuesday, March 3, officers responded to a report of grand larceny in the 100 block of North Walthall. Two Apple Mac Book laptop computers were reported missing.
Franzetta Pegues, 41, of Holly Springs, was arrested and charged with possession of contraband (cell phone) in a correctional facility last week.
Other activities reported by police for the week included - driving while license suspended (5), no driver’s license (3), no proof of insurance (5), speeding (3), improper equipment (1), expired tag (1), handicapped parking (2), petit larceny (3), domestic violence simple assault (2), malicious mischief (2), and possession of a controlled substance (1).
Town Hall Meeting focuses on stimulus package
There will be a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the state of the city and the implications of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (the economic stimulus package of President Obama) for Holly Springs.
The meeting will be held Monday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Eddie L. Smith Multi-Purpose Building, located on North Memphis Street. The public is urged to attend this important and informative session.
Congressman announces grant for Rust College
Rust College has been selected to receive a $69,295 grant from the Fulbright-Hays Group Project’s Abroad Program, Congressman Travis Childers announced Tuesday.
“This grant represents an important investment in education, and will ultimately help students broaden their perspective by gaining a better understanding of other societies” Childers said. “Because of these funds, teachers will be able to bring first-hand knowledge and experience to the classroom.”
This grant will specifically fund a five-week curriculum development seminar in Mexican studies, primarily organized in Mexico City. The project is designed to provide higher education faculty and high school teachers with rich content as they develop their curriculum in Mexican studies.
The Fulbright-Hays program provides grants to support overseas projects in training, research, and curriculum development in modern foreign languages and area studies for teachers, students, and faculty engaged in a common endeavor.
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