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After reading the News & Observer and listening to T.V., I came to one point: The $1 billion in taxes paid to buy our voting machines didn’t shorten voting times. Some people stood in line 5-6 … more
Last week when announcing the Wake Forest Christmas parade would be replaced with a festival, town spokesman Bill Crabtree said in a statement it was “due to the ongoing Confederate heritage debate … more
North Carolina is home to some of our nation’s most significant national park sites. From the Great Smokey Mountains to the Wright Brothers National Memorial, our parks are important because they … more
Many people question the bias of the media. Many people have stopped reading newspapers. The front page of your paper on Feb. 28 was Exhibit A of why this is happening. The bold headline read … more
At the March 3, 2020 Wake Forest Planning Board meeting, the board thoroughly failed our community when they voted 5-4 to approve the rezoning of a 272 acre, 988 unit development on Averette … more
Some politicians will promise anything to get elected. When you say free, people think it won’t cost them anything. Free Medicare and college education for the first year will cost three times … more
Wake Forest is growing by leaps and bounds with new people moving in daily. But Wake Forest residents continue to keep its small town community values of giving back and helping our neighbors. I … more
To the Editor, The members of American Legion Auxiliary Franklinton Unit 52 would like to express our sincere appreciation for the men and women who served in the United States Armed … more
To the Editor, Last month a national anti-abortion group made its rounds across North Carolina, stopping at multiple college campuses, including the seminary in Wake Forest directly opposite Wake … more
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