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LOUISBURG — Franklin County authorities have arrested and charged a Wake Forest man for purportedly sexually assaulting a child. The suspect, John Claude Benson III, 39, turned himself in to … more
The Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department will host Family Movie Night at Joyner Park on Saturday at E. Carroll Joyner Park, 701 Harris Road. The featured film will be … more
YOUNGSVILLE — Officials with the town of Youngsville told The Wake Weekly earlier this month that the fee for copies of requested emails and text messages would likely be no less than … more
RALEIGH — Six weeks after northeast Raleigh was inundated with nearly eight inches of rainfall within a four-hour period, the U.S. 401 (Louisburg Road) bridge over the Little River has reopened a … 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
WAKE FOREST — Beginning Thursday, speed limit changes will take effect along the following four Wake Forest roads: • Caveness Farms Avenue between Capital Boulevard and Ligon Mill Road: Speed … more
The following is a list of arrests made July 18-24 by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. All information is from public law enforcement records. July 18 • Chiquita Mona Morgan, 33, of … more
WAKE FOREST — Larry Grunewald has always been a bit of a space enthusiast, serving as president for his high school rocket team in the 1960s. The Richmond, Virginia native went on to study … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Public Art Commission will host a special reception Saturday to formally open the 2019 Wake Forest Temporary Sculpture Exhibit and Spotlight on Wake Forest Artists … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bettina Pope, a Wake Forest High School teacher who was among the 16 selected educators who attended the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Museum Teacher Fellowship … more
WAKE FOREST — Aging life care professionals, whose occupation has grown with the increased population of senior adults, will gather in Raleigh from Sept. 12-14 for a conference featuring the latest … more
RALEIGH — Several candidates signed up to run for office on Friday, the last day citizens could file to appear this year's ballots. The filing period lasted two weeks, and dozens of … more
WAKE FOREST — Weather permitting, town of Wake Forest tree crews will close a portion of the pecan grove at E. Carroll Joyner Park, located at 701 Harris Road, on Monday to remove a large pecan … more
KNIGHTDALE — In a bittersweet tribute Wednesday, Knightdale town officials honored the service of Fire Chief Tim Guffey, who will retire at the end of the month after 17 years with the fire … more
GRANVILLE COUNTY — Vance-Granville Community College has once again partnered with the Wake Area Health Education Center to offer a “Mini-Medical School” camp for high school students. The … more
ROLESVILLE — The town of Rolesville recently celebrated the official completion of a project to construct an extension of Granite Falls Boulevard between Rogers Road and Grand Rock Way. The road … more
The Wake Weekly’s ninth annual Best of the Best competition has entered its next phase. The voting period begins today and ballots can be cast through Aug. 30 at … more
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