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Macon County Humane Society Inc

Animal Rescue Shelter Macon County Humane Society Inc
Address 851 Lake Emory Road
City Franklin
State Nc
Zip 28734
Phone (828) 524-4588
Url Http://
Services products & Services:
  • city & County Government

Franklin, NC Weather

Conditions for Franklin, NC at 12:33 am EDT

Current Conditions:
Cloudy, 68 F

Thu - Partly Cloudy. High: 79 Low: 59
Fri - Mostly Sunny. High: 85 Low: 58
Sat - Mostly Sunny. High: 87 Low: 63
Sun - Partly Cloudy. High: 85 Low: 66
Mon - Scattered Thunderstorms. High: 83 Low: 56

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Franklin, NC News

Teen mother of newborn buried in NC yard arrested
LOUISBURG, N.C (AP) ? A North Carolina teenager whose newborn baby died and was buried in her family's suburban yard faces a felony charge of concealing the birth.
NC mother arrested after newborn found buried in backyard
FRANKLIN COUNTY, N.C. ? A mother was arrested Tuesday after her newborn was found buried in her backyard on June 29. WTVD reported that the teen mom had already made bond by Tuesday afternoon. Ashley Marie Reed, 16, is charged with class I felony of concealing the birth of a child. Her father called the sheriff?s office [?]
Tri-County 4-H team wins state title
A combination of 4-H?ers from a three-county area joined forces last week to bring home several notable awards ? including a state title ? at the N.C. 4-H Poultry Competition.
Teen father of NC newborn found buried in backyard shares his story
LOUISBURG, N.C. ? The father of a Franklin County newborn found buried in the teenage mother?s backyard is sharing his story as prosecutors decide whether to press charges in the case. Sheriff?s deputies told WTVD-TV the girl?s parents didn?t know their 16-year-old daughter was pregnant until the day the newborn was found. The baby?s father, [?]
NC safe surrender law meant to aid unwanted babies
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) ? As the district attorney awaits a final autopsy report before deciding whether to file charges in the death of a newborn found buried in a backyard, people involved in an earlier case that led to North Carolina's safe surrender law say young mothers always have options.