Habitat, ministry rebuild home

WHITEVILLE -- An outpouring of community support is giving a Whiteville couple the chance to start over. Several local organizations have vowed to work round the clock until a decaying house is just like new. Columbus County Habitat for Humanity and Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry, or WARM, are rebuilding the home of Leonzia and Mary Ford. Ford has been in the Whiteville house for 40 years and doesn't have the money for repairs. His grandson says he's sought help for years, and these organizations finally came through. WARM donated $3,000 to the project. Volunteers battled the midday sun but say seeing the look on the faces of those they help make it worthwhile.

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how r u gonna convict a person on hear say. no evidence, no da, no nothing but a trash ,drug using white girl who is on drugs herself word of testimony.c she doesnt know whether shes comming or going. girlfriend she was not even his type.look at his previously girls?come on u know he was railroaded and the family an system was just looking 4 a conviction,no matter whether wrong or right. they know who really did this they need to lock the right person up FREE RAMEL............