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RALEIGH — Police have arrested two men in connection to the homicides of a Franklin County man and his friend last month, but family members of the victims said they are still grieving. The … more
RALEIGH — Megan Amend of Wake Forest was elected North Carolina FFA vice president on June 20 at the 91st State FFA Convention. Megan will serve a one-year term of service. Over the next … more
There are two weeks left to vote in The Wake Weekly’s ninth annual Best of the Best competition. The voting period began July 19 and ballots can be cast through Aug. 30 at … more
ROLESVILLE — The Wake Forest Rotary Club has sponsored a new club in Rolesville. The new club was recognized by Rotary International on June 10. On June 20, Rotary District Gov. Donna Peffley … more
The Wake Weekly is bringing back a modified version of an old recurring feature. Instead of featuring stories that happened this week throughout the years, we will re-explore stories that took place … more
A Hope House Book Bag & Clothing Giveaway will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Hope House Inc., 334 N. Allen Road, Wake Forest. There will be free bookbags, gently used … more
KENLY — From a nondescript warehouse near Interstate 95’s junction with U.S. 301, tractor-trailers fan out across eastern North Carolina to distribute their sweet cargo to supermarkets and ice … more
CHICAGO — The town of Zebulon was awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting this month by the Government Finance Officers Associate of the United States and Canada. … more
WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest-area residents have through today to share their thoughts and opinions on the future of Flaherty Dog Park. “Picture Flaherty Dog Park” is an initiative designed to … more
RALEIGH — Wake County officials this week began offering citizens concerned about contamination in their well water help to understand the results of water tests. The county’s environmental … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Farmers Market will host its Fall Crafts & Kids’ Market on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. to noon at 235 S. Taylor St. For the first time, the Kids’ Market … more
WAKE FOREST — Police officials said they are pleading with citizens to keep their vehicles locked to prevent car break-ins after $25,000-worth of property has been taken from unlocked vehicles this … more
WAKE FOREST — Folux Solutions, a Raleigh-based agricultural tech company founded by local entrepreneur Daniel Webb, hopes to provide a cheaper alternative to mainstream LED growing lights while … more
DUNN — The Harnett County Sheriff’s office has identified a man found dead in a car Wednesday outside Dunn. The body of Leonte Burnette Francis Mercer, 18, of Knightdale, was found in a car … more
ROLESVILLE — Head to downtown Rolesville on any given Saturday this summer, and you’ll find rows of stands selling fresh eggs, tomatoes and fruit-filled pies. The Rolesville Farmers Market … more
RALEIGH — Attorney General Josh Stein has announced that Knightdale native Danielle Wilburn completed an internship with the North Carolina Department of Justice this summer. Danielle earned … more
The Wake Weekly is bringing back a modified version of an old recurring feature. Instead of highlighting stories that happened this week throughout the years, we will re-explore events that took … more
WAKE FOREST — As of Thursday, town of Wake Forest and Republic Services crews have begun “tagging” residents that violate trash, recycling and yard waste collection guidelines. Town sanitation … more
An old maxim advises, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” That’s what Wilson siblings Lydia, Bethany and Elijah Denton did more than 100 times to work the bugs out of an … more
Southern hospitality and full of charm. The leadership teams of Showmars Hospitality Group/4 Show LLC, couldn’t deny the appeal of Wake Forest when they first laid eyes on the small town in early … more
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