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WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Food Truck Rodeo is returning downtown Sunday to usher in its fifth year of celebrating walk-up-and-eat dining. This weekend’s event will offer more to do and … more
DURHAM — Established and aspiring authors and poets will enjoy a day of writing and networking on the shores of Falls Lake during a retreat hosted by the Franklin County Writers’ Guild. The … more
WAKE FOREST — More than 5,000 rubber ducks will race to the finish line in the Wakefield Rotary Club’s first Super Duper Duck Splash on Saturday, June 15. The event will be held from 10 … more
GREENVILLE — East Carolina University senior and Wake Forest resident Fabian Hector will spend his summer as an intern as part of the university’s State Employees Credit Union Public Fellows … more
RALEIGH — You may have forgotten — what with presidential hopefuls already in full swing for 2020 — but there is an election this November that could reshape your local town … more
GREENVILLE — Morgan Fried has been elected treasurer of the East Carolina University Student Government Association. Fried is a rising sophomore and political science and philosophy double major … more
The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce will host the first-ever Family Expo from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday at Richland Creek Community Church on the corner of Burlington Mills and Ligon Mill … more
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following incidents and arrested the following suspects from April 2-8, according to public police records. April 2 • Communicating … more
The following is a list of felony and DWI arrests made May 29 through June 5 by the Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell and Zebulon police departments, as listed publicly by the Wake County … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Town Hall and other administrative offices will be closed Thursday in observance of the Independence Day holiday. The Flaherty Park Community Center, 1226 N. White … more
WAKE FOREST — The town of Wake Forest is offering residents the opportunity to request and receive a free rollout yard waste cart – while they last. The town has a surplus of around 100 … more
Due to inclement weather, the first Friday Night on White has been canceled, the town announced. more
HENDERSON — Vance-Granville Community College formally welcomed its new leader on Tuesday, Aug. 6, with an inauguration ceremony for Rachel M. Desmarais, the college’s seventh president, in the … more
YOUNGSVILLE — In its first meeting since swearing-in new town administrator Phillip Cordeiro last month, the Youngsville Board of Commissioners granted him additional financial duties at the March … more
LOUISBURG — A federal judge recently sentenced a Louisburg woman to three years in prison for selling guns. Lindsey Nicole Underhill, 28, pawned three guns to Arrow Pawn and Jewelry in Raleigh … more
ROLESVILLE — Rolesville High School briefly locked down April 5 after someone reported seeing an unauthorized person on campus. A code red lockdown was initiated around 2:15 p.m. and the school, … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce has announced its first-ever Retail Therapy showcase. Planned as a way to feature chamber members who are in fashion and home interior … more
WAKE FOREST ­— The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation is currently accepting applications for the inaugural class of its Career Readiness Academy. Rising juniors and seniors … more
FGV Smart Start will present the Slime Walk on Saturday at Franklinton High School. Slime Walk was created to promote health and wellness in the community. Vendors be on-hand, and there will be … more
RALEIGH — A jury on Monday found Jonathan Frederick Sander guilty of three counts of first-degree murder. Sander, who killed three of his next-door Wake Forest neighbors with a shotgun in 2016, … more
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